Comment 30265

By A Smith (anonymous) | Posted April 19, 2009 at 17:26:04

LL >> In a fully commodified system, the doctor's attention would have swayed to the patient with the most money, not the most persistent patient

Not true. All you need is a goal and the desire to go after it. Rules don't matter, nor does the size of your bank account, educational background, personality or even your looks. Just establish your target and move towards it. It may take a few tries to find the correct course of action and people to talk to, but your path will open up in front of you if you keep moving towards it.

Grassroots >> Look at LMR's program, you know the program that is suppose to retrain injured workers.

Your focus is on what government is doing wrong, why not just focus on what you want. If you want poor people to have higher paying jobs, with better benefits, make that your goal. Write to corporations and tell them to come to Hamilton to set up shop.

Tell them the people here want to work, but they need more opportunities. Tell them about Hamilton's history of innovation and quality workmanship. After you write to as many corporations as you can, follow up until you they start hiring people.

By focusing your attention on welfare programs and alike, you accepting the fact that there are a lack of well paying jobs, so that becomes the reality. Be unreasonable, demand that successful companies get their ass to this city with their high paying jobs and don't settle for anything less.

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