sexta-feira, 2 de novembro de 2007

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  1. Nunca na história desse país...
    tivemos um presidente com tanta deficiência: auditiva,visual,verbal..(nada ouve,nada vê,nada fala e quando fala...)

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  2. Nunca na história deste país... se teve tantos desfavorecidos desejando ser governados pelos burgueses...

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  3. O poder modifica as pessoas. Nunca na histório do movimento sindical se sonhou, melhor se teve um pesadelo, onde um ex- líder sindical admite a perda de direitos trabalhistas por parte dos trabalhadores, diz que greve é ato irresponsável, que direito de greve precisa ser revisto. Ora não era isso que esse ex-líder falava e defendia, hoje líder de uma nação onde milhões de pessoas são enganadas com uma esmola chamada "bolsa famíla" que é um cala boca para justificar gastos e não se investir em educação e preparar nossos jovens de maneira digna de forma a inseri-los no mercado de trabalho. Nunca na história desse País o povo foi tão enganado...

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