The economic woes are now pushing roughly 300 companies and business groups to make a request in a letter today to congressional committees to suspend portions of a 2-year old law they say could force them to make job cuts as they shift scarce money into ailing retirement pools. The authors include some of the nation’s biggest corporate names from a variety of sectors, including Ford Motor Co., IBM Corp., Pfizer Inc., and Verizon Communications Inc.
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You may recall my interview with YouTube’s WeNeedMcCain, Michael C. Brown, back on the first of November. He’s the writer/director/producer of the 2008 election season’s most popular video “Dear Mr. Obama”. Currently that video has more than 13 MILLION views.
He has just created a new channel on YouTube, The Obama Factor. We encourage you to join the lively discussion there with your comments.
The new channel is dedicated to promoting open and respectful dialogue between liberals and conservatives to find a way to bridge the gaps. To come together as Americans first, for the good of the country.