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AP Davos Debate: the Great Reset

Training the youth for the challenges of a fast-changing world has to be central to any strategy to rebuild the Job Market following a financial crisis that’s wiped out millions of middle-class jobs over the past five years. (Jan. 25)

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  1. SkinGrindCleaver Jan 27th, 2013 @ 18:31 | #1

    these could …
    these could help the recovery by resigning

  2. djangothecat Jan 27th, 2013 @ 18:31 | #2

    Hey! You …
    Hey! You world leaders! You want to stimulate a recovery? How about trying something you NEVER tried before? Like getting the out of everyones business so we can recover. YOU idiots are the reason there will NOT be a recovery. What a joke.

  3. benpadiah Jan 27th, 2013 @ 18:31 | #3

    it’s going to be …
    it’s going to be difficult to create economically beneficial “technology sector” employment without finding a way to translate “e-currency” into actual wealth.

  4. davindranauth Jan 27th, 2013 @ 18:31 | #4

    They are assholes! …
    They are assholes!
    Blah-Blah, Blah-Blah, Blah-Blah!!!
    No Solutions!
    Get The Point!

  5. BertGriffin88 Jan 27th, 2013 @ 18:31 | #5

    Erica Kuuunter is …
    Erica Kuuunter is the BiggestMoron that Virginia has ever produced. This Bush&Dick KockBrudduh Synchopant can’t wait to screw the Poor BottomClass Americans. Erica Kuuunter loves robbing the Poor to give to the BigRich. Why this goon keeps getting reelected is a testament to just how stoooopid Virginians are. Kuunter has never seen a Poor Person he wouldn’t screw and yet these same Screwed Poor People run right out and vote for this Bush&dick Republican TeaBagging Bonerheaded BigRich ButtBlower!

  6. verstwo2 Jan 27th, 2013 @ 18:31 | #6

    Cantor is a loser!
    Cantor is a loser!

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