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Forum Post: The NEW Square Deal, Fair Deal Act of 2015

Posted 1 year ago on July 6, 2013, 4:38 p.m. EST by bigdog187 (47)
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Its been a while since I last posted anything here, my sincere apologies for that, but I have been keeping up with The Jones as they say, and so I wanted to share some good news with you my fellow Occupiers.

I AM running for United States Senate in Kentucky in 2014 against Mitch McConnell, as a Democrat! I wanted to share my over all campaign theme which IS, "The Renewing, Restoring, And Rebuilding of Kentucky And America One Neighborhood And One Community At A Time".

I am running to put EVERY Kentuckian as well as EVERY AMERICAN back to work, tomorrow, TOMORROW, under something that I'm calling, "The New Square Deal, Fair Deal Act of 2015". How many of us have ever heard our grandparents, and possibly even our great grandparents talk about The Great Depression and how that millions upon millions of Americans were out of work, homeless, impoverished, etc.? How many?

From 1901, when Theodore Roosevelt was first elected President, to the end of 1945 when his cousin Franklin Roosevelt passed away while occupying The White House nearly 20 million Americans were put to work under such erstwhile organizations as The Civilian Conservation Corps and The Work Progress Administration. WELL I want to bring things like that back and more, there by giving EVERY AMERICAN as well as EVERY ONE OF MY FELLOW KENTUCKIANS a job tomorrow-TOMORROW, that needs, wants and desires one!

THE PLAN: In my last salvo concerning the effort to become the next Democratic United States Senator from Kentucky I touched upon something that I'm calling THE NEW SQUARE DEAL, FAIR DEAL ACT OF 2015: https://www.facebook.com/notes/davidson-for-united-states-senate-2014/the-new-square-deal-fair-deal-act-of-2015/1395007184046345

As of May 2013, according to The Bureau of Labor Statistics their are 175,000 Americans, nationally, who are out of work or who have filed for unemployment benefits, SEE HERE: http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.nr0.htm

Also, and of note according to The Bureau of Labor Statistics their are 2200 Kentuckians, statewide, who are out of work or who have filed for unemployment benefits, SEE HERE ALSO: http:/