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September 4, 2012

On Labor Day, workers want politicians to know the only word that matters: ‘job’

Politicians the next few days in Charlotte, 23 miles from the kitchen at Jackson’s Cafeteria, will talk endlessly about the economy. The party will be different, but it will sound just like Republicans a week before in Florida. Nobody mentioned any of those politicians or policy advisors or bureaucrats on Sunday, the day before Labor Day, at Jackson’s Cafeteria in Rock Hill. Because the real world that people live in, the workers and even the small business owner, has nothing to do with these politicians who talk about working people but see right past them.

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