George Holland For Congress - 2012
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The New World Order (Bilderberger?) of The
Bushs, The Clintons and Barack Obama and Its
Economic Terrorism On The American People.
i.e., Eventual economic collapse with endless
wars based on lies, deceit and greed, endless
debt, endless printing of "fiat" money, endless
high unemployment, increasing poverty and the
abolition of cherished "safety nets" such as
Social Security and Medicare. Is America's
future a world government and a probable
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"If elected, I promise to turn foreign made into
American made, foreign trade into American
trade, and  foreign aid into American aid."  
George Holland's  Campaign Promise of 1988!   

Unemployment Rate Holds Steady At 9.7 Percent In
February
Reproduced for fair use from The Huffington Post 03-05-
2010

Obama & Pence:  Where are the jobs you promised?  gth

Rep. Pence:  Where are the jobs you
promised with The Bush-Pence tax cuts
for the wealthy? gth

Corporate Win, Loss for the 99%: U.S.-
Korea Free Trade Agreement Takes
Effect
Published on Thursday, March 15, 2012 by Common Dreams

“Just how damaging this deal is to the 99 percent in both countries has
been repeatedly revealed"
- Common Dreams staff
The U.S.- Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS) takes effect today, and
is being met with heated protests over the deal's rewarding the interests
of big business while crushing the 99%.  Messaging that the agreement
will create jobs has been slammed as "some rosy fantasy" fabricated by
multinational corporations.

The deal means that almost 80 percent of U.S. exports of industrial
products to Korea are now duty-free and nearly two-thirds of U.S.
exports of agricultural products to Korea are now duty-free.


The Land of the Mega-rich: No Jobs For
Americans
By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts
Global Research, March 11, 2012

It Is Time To Put Our Foot Down: Ten Steps We Can Take
To Stop Closing Factories And Eliminating Jobs by
Dave Johnson
"The economy is still getting worse more slowly. We lost "only" 36,000
jobs last month. We need to create 11 million new jobs just to get back
to where we were before "free-market" conservatives took over our
government and dismanted the protections and regulations that had
protected us from this.
Reproduced from Huffington Post for "fair use."

The New Poor
Millions of Unemployed Face Years
Without Jobs
By PETER S. GOODMAN, February 21, 2010, The New York Times

When I was the Democratic nominee opposing Rep. Burton
in 1988, my main issue was "jobs." Since the great
depression of the 1930s America has  seen politicians
using  "tax cuts" to try to increase employment.  With
President Reagan, his eight years in office were based on
"tax cuts" in order to stimulate the economy.
 As is well
known, when taxes are "cut", there is a tremendous loss of
tax revenues, thus creating "deficits" in our annual federal
budget.
Reagan promised that his "tax cuts" would put
more monies for investments and jobs into the economy by
creating more jobs.   More jobs would increase more "tax
revenues" which would help decrease the national debt.
Reagan promised to cut income taxes by 30% over three
years.
 Our great country was nearly 200 years old and the
national debt, in 1980, had not gone over a trillion dollars.
(It was 980 billion dollars.)

Within eight years, when Mr. Reagan left office in 1989, our
national debt had grown to almost  $ 2.9 trillion.
Reaganomics, instead of deceasing the national debt had
actually tripled it.  Jobs were being sent  to Mexico and
unemployment was growing.  People needed work. "Jobs"
became my # one campaign issue!

Bill and Hillary Clinton's NAFTA  cost America
670,000 jobs.

At the end of fiscal 2001, the national debt had grown to
$ 5.08 trillion.  George W. Bush took office in 2001; he and
Congressman Pence promised to lower our taxes and to
help pay off our growing national debt, through the
creation of more jobs via
The Bush-Pence "tax cuts."   

Today, after eleven years of "Scamonomics" of George W.
Bush and Rep. Mike Pence,
our national debt has grown to
15.5 trillion dollars and unemployment is @ 17%.
"Tax
Cuts" do not create jobs, only more wealth for the wealthy.

Neil Irwin of The Washington Post has written, Jan.2, 2010
"Aughts were a lost decade for U.S. economy, workers"
some excerpts,"There has been zero net job creation since
December 1999. No previous decade going back to the
1940s had job growth of less than 20 percent. Economic
output rose at its slowest rate of any decade since the
1930s as well.

Middle-income households made less in 2008, when
adjusted for inflation, than they did in 1999 -- and the
number is sure to have declined further during a difficult
2009. The Aughts were the first decade of falling median
incomes since figures were first compiled in the 1960s.

And the net worth of American households -- the value of
their houses, retirement funds and other assets minus
debts -- has also declined when adjusted for inflation,
compared with sharp gains in every previous decade since
data were initially collected in the 1950s."

Mr. Irwin's article should dispel any of Rep. Pence's claims
that "tax cuts" create jobs.
Today, there is a greater disparity in wealth than at any time
in our country's history. Tax cuts are "socialism" for the
rich! The rich have become richer and the poor have
become poorer!
Why would you want to re-elect Rep. Mike
Pence? gth    
            

'At No Time In Post-World War II America Has It
Been More Difficult To Find A Job'
'The Recession's Over, But Not The Layoffs'... 'Why Won't
Obama Give You A Job?'
Editorial   "Jobless Recovery"   The New York Times

The Worst is yet to Come: Unemployed
Americans Should Hunker Down for More Job
Losses
Nouriel Roubini | Nov 15, 2009     From the Daily News:
An excerpt: "Think the worst is over? Wrong. Conditions in
the U.S. labor markets are awful and worsening. While the
official unemployment rate is already 10.2% and another
200,000 jobs were lost in October, when you include
discouraged workers and partially employed workers the
figure is a whopping 17.5%".

No Armistice In War on Poor
"The proof of no peace is in the fact that the president and
congress keep talking about recovery and jobs bouncing
back...but there's no real structural change on the table, no
new economic tools, no regulation -- certainly no
reparations -- in sight. The losers are weak and the winners
are stronger than ever."
"The US economy has lost some 10 million jobs since the
recession began. Do you really think those 10 million jobs
are coming back?
It seems to me, the war is far from over
and the spoils are just beginning to mount."
by Laura Flanders  Published on Thursday, November 12,
2009 by The Nation

"If elected, I promise to turn foreign made into American
made, foreign trade into American trade, and  foreign aid
into American aid."  
George Holland's  Campaign Promise of 1988!   

"Where are the Jobs, Congressman Burton?" - George
Holland's challenge to Congressman Dan Burton in 1988.

"Where are the Jobs, Congressman Pence?" - George
Holland's challenge to Congressman Mike Pence in 2006.

Where are the jobs, Senator Bayh and Rep. Pence?  George
Holland's challenge to Bayh and Pence in 2008.

"Where are the Jobs, Congressman Pence?" - George
Holland's challenge to Congressman Mike Pence in 2010.

"Where are the Jobs, Congressman Pence?"  George
Holland's challenge to Congressman Mike Pence in
2012.         

I  hold both parties, Republicans and Democrats,these "free
traders" responsible for "free trade," "globalization," "de-
unionization" and the loss of manufacturing jobs, a lower
standard of living, record unemployment and home
foreclosures.

What can we do?  What actions does George Holland
support?
Please read:  Thom Hartmann's "When Americans Owned
America."

Then read: To Create Jobs on Main Street, We Need to Kill
Jobs on Wall Street
Les Leopold  The Huffington Post, Nov. 19, 2009


Then read: Why Billionaires Should Pay for the Jobless
Recovery  
Les Leopold  Author of "The Looting of America"
Posted: October 24, 2009 06:18 PM  Huffington Post

The contents of the above should be our goals!

In 1988, the Reagan-Bush policies of "free trade" had
already begun to destroy our "tariff based" economy.  
Remember, "tax cuts" were supposed to create jobs, which
would create more tax revenues.
 Every year of the Reagan
presidency created the loss of more jobs, larger and larger
trade deficits and larger budget deficits. .  
This loss of manufacturing jobs was my first issue; and
that, my friends, was twenty years ago
.I didn't even win
Madison County which was home to thousands of jobs in
the auto industry.
 Today, those jobs are gone!

Please read:  The Permanent Destruction of
Jobs in America
Global Research, October 6, 2009 Washington's Blog - 2009-10-05

An excerpt:  "The number of people not on temporary layoff surged 220,000 in
August and the level continues to reach new highs, now at 8.1 million. This
accounts for 53.9% of the unemployed — again a record high — and this is a
proxy for permanent job loss,
in other words, these jobs are not coming back.
Against that backdrop, the number of people who have been looking for a job
for at least six months with no success rose a further half-percent in August, to
stand at 5 million — the long-term unemployed now represent a record 33% of
the total pool of joblessness. "

In 1980, the income of a C.E.O. of a major corporation was
40X that of the income of the average worker in his
corporation.  Today, the income of a C.E.O. of a major
corporation is 160 - 400 X that of the income of the
average worker in his corporation.  So who has benefited
from "free trade" and "free markets" and deregulation?  The
average worker or the corporate elite?


12-13-09
"The US economy has lost some 10 million jobs
since the recession began. Do you really think those 10
million jobs are coming back?

On  Nov. 11, 2009 unemployment of American workers was
at a 26 year high at 10.2%!
 Can I call Rep. Pence a liar now,
because he said the Bush-Pence tax cuts, (welfare for the
wealthy) would produce jobs?

Please read:
 Thom Hartmann's  "When Americans No
Longer Own America" for a very comprehensive
understanding of what has happened to our great America!
An excerpt: "These policies have kneecapped the American
middle class. Our nation's largest employer has gone from
being the unionized General Motors to the poverty-wages
Wal-Mart. Americans have gone from having a net savings
rate around 10 percent in the 1970s to a minus .5 percent in
2005 - meaning that they're going into debt or selling off
their assets just to maintain their lifestyle."

Folks, America must return to a "tariff based"
economy if our economy is to improve.
NAFTA, CAFTA, KFTA AND WTO must all be
repealed!

On 02-12-08, Yahoo News carried the following AP release.  
"GM posts biggest annual US auto loss."
Here's what really caught my attention;
"The Detroit-based auto maker said it was offering a new
round of buyouts to all 74,000 of its U.S. hourly workers
who are represented by the United
Auto Workers.  GM won't say how many workers it hopes
to shed, but under its contract with the UAW, it will be able
to replace up to 16,000 workers doing non-assembly jobs
with new employees who will be paid half the old
wages of $28 per hour."

Perhaps these new 16,000 jobs paying $14.00 per hour, half
of the current hourly wage of $28 per hour are the new jobs
that Zionist Rep. "Neocon Mike" Pence boasts about when
he claims that tax cuts for the wealthy, including himself of
course, create new jobs.

Now, do you the reader and voter understand why Rep.
Mike Pence is a coward when he refused to debate me?  
How can he defend these policies?
Rep. "AIPAC Mike Pence would have everyone believe that
tax cuts for the very wealthy ($130,000 for a person with an
income of $1 million) create jobs.  
IF THIS IS TRUE, THEN TELL THAT TO THE WORKERS AT
DELPHI, VISTEON, PFIZER, KODAK, G-M, FORD,
CHRYSLER AND CITICORP!
Again, this is so much political B.S. Every industrial nation
has to export in order to have a viable economy! The more
exports, compared to imports,the stronger the economy.  
The U. S. Economy has been and is still worsening. Real
wages and the standard of living are steadily falling for
America's families!

American Incomes Head Down, Threatening Recovery in
Spending
"Wages and salaries, which drive recoveries in spending, fell 4.7 percent in
the 12 months through June,
the biggest drop since records began in 1960,
according to Commerce Department figures released today."
By Shobhana Chandra  Bloomberg.com

Friends:  Median family income fell from $50,599 a year
to $49,445 a year.  
 Things are only going to get worse!

More American families are living in deep poverty!
On Feb. 25, 2007, Yahoo News carried the following: 'In U.S.
record numbers are plunged into poverty: report.'  Here are
some excerpts:
----"The gulf between rich and poor in the United States is
yawning wider than ever, and the number of extremely
impoverished is at a three decade high, a report out
Saturday found."
---"the McClatchy Newspapers analysis found that almost
16 million Americans live in 'deep poverty' defined as a
family of four with two children earning less than 9,903
dollars-one half the federal poverty line figure."
--- For individuals the deep poverty threshold was an
income under 5, 080 dollars a year."
---"The McClatchy analysis found that the number of
severely poor
Americans grew by 26 percent from 2000 to 2005,"
---That's 56 percent faster than the overall poverty
population grew in the same period."  "Worker productivity
has increased dramatically since the brief recession of
2001. but wages and job growth have lagged behind.
---At the same time, the share of the national income going
to corporate profits has dwarfed the amount going to
wages and salaries,"
---That help explains why the median household income for
working class families, adjusted for inflation, has fallen for
five straight years.  

Friends: There is an old saying that whenever your
neighbor loses his job, it's a recession, but when you
lose
your job, it's a depression!
Home foreclosures increased 75% in 2007!
Home foreclosures in 2008 increased by 54% over 2007!
Home foreclosures for 2009 are setting new records.
Here in 2012, nearly ten million homes could face
foreclosure!
Americans have no one to blame but themselves for their
job losses, etc.  Here in Indiana, Congress has remained in
Republican hands for over twenty years!
However, the
Democrats have done nothing to prevent these job losses.
Please remember that President Bill Clinton was
responsible for the passing of NAFTA, something that
George Bush couldn't do!
Rep. Pence, Senators Bayh and Lugar and President
Obama, believe in CAFTA,
NAFTA, GATT and WTO and globalization!  All would have
Americans believe that "globalization,"outsourcing and
"offshoring" create jobs!  

U.S. Trade Deficit Hit All -Time High in 2005 by Vikas Bajaj)  
Those countries who have huge trade surpluses with the U.
S. are able to take those profits and (1) buy up more and
more of our national debt, and also (2) use that money to
buy more and more control of American companies.
What has happened to our once great country with a
booming economy and thus prosperity?  One of the most
practical papers explaining this is;

When Americans No Longer Own America by
Thom Hartman.  This is a must read.

What has been the driving factors in the outsourcing and
offshoring of American jobs and globalization and a lower
standard of living?  
Four words!  Cheaper Labor -CORPORATE GREED!  
Remember, 4 million manufacturing jobs have been lost in
the past decade!
Now is any one stupid enough to believe   
Rep. "Neocon Mike" Pence  or President Obama when they  
say that tax cuts, (for the wealthy) create jobs?

In February, 2007, Chrysler announced 13,000 job cuts,
that's 132,000 jobs lost in the auto industry since May, 2005!
(2) On March 27, 2007 Citicorp announced it may cut as
many as 15,000 jobs!
(3) March 26, 2007 on Yahoo News, "Intel plans $2.5B chip
factory in China."
(4) Kodak Corporation had cut 25,000 to 27,000 jobs since
2004 and last year announced another 3,000 lay offs.
(5) Pfizer Corporation recently announced 10,000 job cuts,
2200 of which are to be U.S. sales positions.
(6) Citigroup, the nation's largest financial institution
announced on April 11, 2007 that it was cutting 17,000 jobs
.

I have included two papers to help make this point.
"American Axle to unions: deal or new work goes overseas"
by Terry Kosdrosky
"Dell to Hire 5,000 People in India" by Rahesh Mahapatra)
This would make 15,000 Dell Corporation jobs in India.
What has happened at the Delphi and Visteon plants in
Anderson, Kokomo and Connersville, is simply a
continuation of the destruction of the American  working
class family.
"Delphi Seen Asking Judge to Cancel Deals" by Dee-Ann
Durbin)
GM, WHILE DOWNSIZING HERE, IS PLANNING NEW
FACTORIES IN ASIA.
What happens because of the huge trade deficits, the dollar
keeps falling and more American jobs are lost and more
American families are impoverished!!
"Economic Armageddon Predicted" by Brent Arends

Americans are swimming in debt, with the average family
paying about three thousand dollars annually, in credit
card debt interest.  
How cautious should Americans be?
 ("Savings Rate at
Lowest Level Since 1933" by Martin
Crutsinger) which states
"A negative savings rate means
that Americans spent all their disposable income, the
amount left over after paying taxes and dipped
into their past savings to finance their purchases".

Is there any hope for our economy to benefit from high tech
jobs?  In past years, I have thought so, but now I do not.  
The future for the benefits of high tech jobs is in Asia.  
(Tech Companies Focus on Asia To Expand Jobs)
Technology companies are seeing a rebound in business,
but top executives have said any  jobs added to meet
growing demand will likely be in countries where labor is
cheaper than the United States.

In closing on this section on the economy, I have used
third party material in order to document the seriousness of
our economy.  Rep. Mike Pence has been in office for
eleven years and like Mr. Bush and President Obama, he
has turned his back on America's working class families,
being a  supporter of "globalization."  
The Sixth District voters apparently want to stay the course  
and watch the "offshoring " of jobs to China, Mexico and
India.  

The Economy (jobs) can be improved only by
changing course back to a "tariff based"
economy,
by changing
Congressional representation; but the voters have rejected
this by re-electing Rep. Mike Pence.  So to the workers at
Delphi and Visteon,; you have sown the seeds of your job
loss  by either supporting Rep. Pence or your
apathy and indifference to your job situation.  In 2012, will
you, the voter, help me restore  good jobs for America by
supporting my candidacy and voting for me?