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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    By the way: The average copier technician salary in Canada is $36,075 per year or $18.50 per hour.

    So, a starting copier tech makes only a few more dollars per hour than a starting fast food worker. Welcome to hell...brought to you by liberals.

    All I know is when I started close to twenty years ago my starting wage was just over $17. So take that for what it is worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Thank you. I found this online:



    The average copier technician salary in Canada is $36,075 per year or $18.50 per hour.
    Well, I found this online too.

    Copier Technician Salary in Canada | PayScale

    It states between $43K and $58K

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    $7.25 - July 24, 2009.
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    2017 $7.25
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    2019 $7.25
    2020 $7.25

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    Re: The Shining City Upon a Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by copier addict View Post
    Well, I found this online too.

    Copier Technician Salary in Canada | PayScale

    It states between $43K and $58K
    Now he's going to move to Canada lucky You

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    Now he's going to move to Canada lucky You

    DOH!!!!!!!!!

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    CNN Fact Check Shows Biden Made Up Fake People to Support Jobs Plan

    A CNN fact check concluded that President Joe Biden made up support for his jobs plan during recent comments in which he inferred he had the support of people who are no longer living.
    Daniel Dale, who acts as a fact-checker for the far-left network, nailed Biden over comments he made last Wednesday about the support he claimed he had from former Federal Reserve chairs with regard to his proposed $2 trillion American Jobs Plan.
    That plan would allocate $100 billion raised from increased taxes to help create jobs as part of a larger investment in the Democrats’ infrastructure plan, according to CNN.

    But when touting its support last week, Biden was not truthful, according to Dale.

    Per the CNN fact-checker, the president went as far as to claim he had support from people who are no longer living.





    Biden claimed the last 5 leaders of the Fed spoke out to say his jobs plan will grow the economy. False. Only 3 past Fed chiefs are even alive. Biden was wrongly describing an op-ed from 5 former IRS chiefs, who praised his plan but didn’t discuss growth:



    “President Joe Biden claimed last Wednesday that the last five leaders of the Federal Reserve had declared that his American Jobs Plan proposal will increase economic growth,” Dale noted.
    Dale then quoted Biden’s comments.

    “And, by the way, you saw — you know, the — the last five leaders of the Fed coming out and saying — what’d they say? They said, ‘Biden’s plan is going to grow the economy,'” Biden said Wednesday.
    The claim was so misleading that CNN intervened by targeting it.
    “Biden’s claim is false. As a White House official acknowledged to CNN when we sought comment on Monday, Biden was inaccurately referring to an opinion article published in the Washington Post that day by five former leaders of the Internal Revenue Service, not five former leaders of the Federal Reserve,” wrote Dale.

    Dale noted an obvious flaw in Biden’s statement: Only three former Federal Reserve chairs are still living.
    “The former IRS commissioners did not say anything about how Biden’s plan would affect economic growth. Rather, they said Biden’s proposals — including a well-funded effort to crack down on the non-payment of taxes owed — would make the tax administration system ‘far fairer and more effective’ and ‘produce a great deal of revenue by reducing the enormous gap between taxes legally owed and taxes actually paid,'” Dale added.

    Of former Federal Reserve chairs who are still living, Janet Yellen is now Biden’s Treasury Secretary, while former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke clarified in a statement to CNN that he had not endorsed Biden’s costly proposal.
    “I have not made any public remarks on the infrastructure plan, so far as I can recall,” Bernanke said.

    The only remaining former chair of the Fed, Alan Greenspan, has issued no public comments with which Biden could tout, and he did not respond to Dale’s request for comment.
    CNN’s fact check on Biden’s claims hit him hard.
    “Even if this was an accidental mix-up by Biden, it was a substantial mix-up. A positive economic forecast from former tax chiefs is almost certainly less likely to sound impressive to the public than a positive economic forecast from people who ran the US central bank and are among the nation’s best-known economic figures,” concluded Dale.
    “And, again, there was no economic forecast at all in the tax chiefs’ article,” wrote the CNN fact-checker.

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    Re: The Shining City Upon a Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    CNN Fact Check Shows Biden Made Up Fake People to Support Jobs Plan


    A CNN fact check concluded that President Joe Biden made up support for his jobs plan during recent comments in which he inferred he had the support of people who are no longer living.
    Daniel Dale, who acts as a fact-checker for the far-left network, nailed Biden over comments he made last Wednesday about the support he claimed he had from former Federal Reserve chairs with regard to his proposed $2 trillion American Jobs Plan.
    That plan would allocate $100 billion raised from increased taxes to help create jobs as part of a larger investment in the Democrats’ infrastructure plan, according to CNN.

    But when touting its support last week, Biden was not truthful, according to Dale.

    Per the CNN fact-checker, the president went as far as to claim he had support from people who are no longer living.





    Biden claimed the last 5 leaders of the Fed spoke out to say his jobs plan will grow the economy. False. Only 3 past Fed chiefs are even alive.
    I wonder if he was actually admitting that 2 out of every 5 people who voted for him were no longer alive at the time that their ballots were cast?

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    She herself has terrorist ties in her family. She walks, Talks and acts like a terrorist herself.


    Ilhan Omar Ripped by Fellow Dem Over Support of Hamas Terrorists

    The Democratic Party has a big, big anti-Semitism problem. You can concede nearly all criticisms hurled at the Trump-era Republican Party without ever undermining this glaring fact.
    What does happen when we confront this undeniable problem among the high-profile members of the radical end of the Democratic Party, however, is the undermining of all claims as to the resemblance between Republican Party ideology and Naziism, that’s for sure.
    To say nothing of the hard left’s relentless insistence that our nation’s history of systemic institutional racism — long since relegated to the past — is entirely inseparable from its founding philosophy.

    After all, it was our founding philosophy that ultimately freed the slaves and ended segregation, and it was our commitment to the global pursuit of liberty that ended modern history’s most notorious anti-Semitic reign of terror in Nazi Germany.
    There is a lot of room under the big tent of American bipartisanship (remember that?), but there is certainly no room for the same racist ideology that launched the Holocaust and that now rages against the nation of Israel — both from terrorist forces and from the governments of major Middle Eastern nations that make no secret of their determination to destroy the Jewish state.

    This week, former New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind went absolutely scorched-earth on fellow Democrat Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, who has ignited more than one firestorm over the blatantly anti-Semitic comments that have peppered the entirety of her tenure in the U.S. Congress.
    In response to Omar’s characterization of Israeli missile strikes in Gaza as an “act of terrorism” this week, amid heavy rocket fire from the Palestinians into Israel, the fiercely pro-Israel Hikind issued a scathing reply to this inflammatory suggestion.

    “Israeli air strikes killing civilians in Gaza is an act of terrorism,” the squad member and House Progressive Caucus whip tweeted on Monday.
    “Palestinians deserve protection,” she continued. “Unlike Israel, missile defense programs, such as Iron Dome, don’t exist to protect Palestinian civilians.”

    Of course the "Iron Dome" doesn't protect people in the Palestinian side of the Gaza it is there to protect Israel from the on going rocket attacks from their enemies.


    It cannot be overstated how insane it is for a sitting member of the U.S. Congress to defend a terrorist group that is attacking one of our close allies — and then to accuse this ally of terrorism for defending itself.


    According to The Wall Street Journal, Hamas has attacked Israel with more than 600 rockets since Monday, including one barrage of 137 missiles in less than five minutes amid land disputes over territory in East Jerusalem that could evict a half-dozen Palestinian families. Many of these rocket attacks have slammed civilians, as the Israeli Defense Force made clear in a tweet:





    Israel Defense Forces



    @IDF



    One of the 100s of rockets that were just fired from Gaza toward Tel Aviv and central Israel exploded on a civilian bus. Hamas’ intentions are clear: kill Israeli civilians. We won’t stand by and let this happen.

    Omar is claiming that Palestine cannot defend itself — yet Hamas is certainly capable of acts of war against the Jewish state and in no uncertain terms invited the retaliation that has cost the lives of Palestinian civilians.

    There is no moral high ground for Omar or any other apologists for the anti-Israeli insurgency.
    So understandably, her outrageous comments were too much for Hikind, who replied with a video showing an armed Israeli police officer fend off stone-throwing rioters who The Times of Israel reported had been attacking a Jewish man who had wrecked his car after being targeted by the mob in Jerusalem on Monday.
    “AND WHAT DO WE SEE IN THIS VIDEO, YOU DISINGENUOUS FAKER OF A ‘HUMANITARIAN’? HUH?” the former lawmaker replied to Omar’s tweet.
    “A WALK IN THE PARK? OR A FREAKING LYNCHING!!! WHY ARE YOU SILENT ABOUT VIOLENCE AGAINST JEWS?!?!?! IS THAT BECAUSE NO JEW IS INNOCENT FOR YOU?!?!”
    Hikind proceeded with a thread that gave a very different perspective to the violence in Israel from what Omar and the left-wing media would have you believe.
    He followed this up by pointing to the fact that both Omar and the Palestinian terror group Hamas were trending on Twitter…together. “Need I say more?” Hikind said.

    No. He need not say more.
    Omar’s terrorist apologetics should not be tolerated in the Democratic Party — yet it seems that Hikind is one of the few willing to call her out with the bravado such a rebuke necessitates.

    or those that have forgotten Omar was brought here and pushed into office by none other than the Gay Mulatto POTUS Obama!

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