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Facebook's Zuckerberg launches political group

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By BARBARA ORTUTAY

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America's waking up. And like all similar occasions in the past, it's the young entrepreneurs leading the way. Who will they support for president/pestilent in the next election, I wonder?

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he said the U.S. needs a new approach to these issues if it is to get ahead economically. This includes offering a path to citizenship for the 11 million or so immigrants who now live in the U.S. illegally.

"get ahead economically" = more money for big business

Yeah, legalize those minimum wage slaves and brainwash them to worship the Government. Get more of those immigrants from countries that have banned firearms so there are more people pushing for total gun control.

I see what you did there, Zuckerberg.

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Zuckerberg announced the formation of Fwd.us (pronounced “forward us”) .

Well policies aside, hasn't he just created a political group for all the bloggers and twitters who can't spell and have to ebbreviate everything ? Will all changes of goverment be made by the munber of thumbs-up, something is given?Here is the future, not from Huxley or Orwell, but Charlie Brooker.

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number ha-ha !

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"the U.S. needs a new approach to these issues if it is to get ahead economically"

Um, which country has been the No.1 economy since way before Zuckerberg's parents were born?

"We have a strange immigration policy for a nation of immigrants"

Really? What, the U.S. can't have immigrants do the proper paperwork before settling in?

The only beef I've got is that the U.S. president has to be born in the U.S. Heck, I'd rather have a President Arnold Schwarzenegger than what we've got now, who apparently was born in Hawaii.

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More and more people chasing fewer and fewer jobs: that's just what the power elite wants. And oversupplied labor market leads to lower wages -- and hence higher profits for their corporations. Yeah!

Funny how it's always the super rich and powerful who want to open the floodgates. If they don't like the state of the American workforce, then fix it don't swamp it.

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