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September 22, 2008

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Chris Ward

When I think of 'global economic power' in California, I think 'Hollywood'.

Yes, I worked in the Silicon Valley IBM Disk File manufacturing site, before it got sold off for housing, I played volleyball in Fisher Gym in Los Gatos, I saw the seals 'over the hill' in Santa Cruz, and I know about the importance of the Silicon Chip with Intel, H-P, UC Berkeley, Apple, and Google. But Hollywood does the lobbying.

So what happens when one industry's favourite laws conflict with its state's proposed laws, and they both misalign with the federal desire ?

Where does it leave the world ? I cannot say that any of it is 'bad'. Just 'differently focussed'.

FaTMollY

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FaTMollY

At me such question
I can not change the menu in Windows, it looks on new why that....
Help to adjust... At me of a Window 98

Bret Carpenter

You are completely lucid; we don’t need a new deal we need Federalism; globally, there needs to be an establishment of political economy that has the GDP to indemnify and stabilize.

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