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In the traditional opportunity society, government provides the tools — education, training and various incentives — to achieve the dignity of work and its promise of self-improvement and social mobility. In the new opportunity society, you are given the opportunity for idleness while living parasitically off everyone else. Why those everyone elses should remain at their jobs — hey! I wanna dance, too! — is a puzzle Carney has yet to explain. The honest liberal reply to the CBO report is that a disincentive to work is inherent in any means-tested government benefit. It’s the unavoidable price of helping those in need because for every new dollar you earn, you lose part of your subsidy and thus keep less and less of your nominal income.

That’s inevitable, And that’s why we have learned to tie welfare, for example, to a work requirement, Otherwise, beneficiaries could choose to live off the dole forever, That’s why the 1996 Gingrich-Clinton welfare reform succeeded in reducing welfare rolls by two-thirds, It is not surprising that the same Obama administration that has been weakening the work requirement for welfare is welcoming the disincentive to work inherent in Obamacare, But Obamacare’s war on jobs goes beyond voluntary idleness, paris ballerina sweet fairy tale cotton fabric sweet brown and old rose fabric, merry go around, eiffel tower, rose, ballet shoe The administration is now conceding, inadvertently but unmistakably, Obamacare’s other effect — involuntary job loss, On Monday, the administration unilaterally postponed and weakened the employer mandate, already suspended through 2015, for yet another year..

But doesn’t this undermine the whole idea of universal health coverage? Of course it does, but Obamacare was so structured that it is crushing small business and killing jobs. It creates a major incentive for small businesses to cut back to under 50 employees to avoid the mandate. Your business becomes a 49er by either firing workers or reducing their hours to below 30 a week. Because that doesn’t count as full time, you escape both the employer mandate to buy health insurance and the fine for not doing so.

With the weakest recovery since World War II, historically high chronic unemployment and a shockingly paris ballerina sweet fairy tale cotton fabric sweet brown and old rose fabric, merry go around, eiffel tower, rose, ballet shoe low workforce participation rate, the administration correctly fears the economic consequences of its own law — and of the political fallout for Democrats as millions more Americans lose their jobs or are involuntarily reduced to part-time status, Conservatives have been warning about this for five years, This is not rocket science, Both the voluntary and forced job losses were utterly predictable, Pelosi insisted we would have to pass the law to know what’s in it, Now we know..

Family lore has it that I was taken to a production of the Frank Loesser musical in San Francisco when I was around 4. My recollections of the show drawn from Damon Runyon’s stories about New York gamblers and gangsters are more surreal than specific. And my frame of reference of the experience wasn’t New York, but downtown San Francisco, where I met more interesting characters offstage: sailors from all nations; busy businessmen heading somewhere in a hurry; dressed-up ladies tick, tick, ticking their high heels toward the Emporium; and gentlemen going nowhere except a convenient doorway where they could sit and drink their Pepsi (at least I assumed it was Pepsi) from a brown paper bag.

These people never broke into song and dance, but they were my favorites, rumpled, but dressy, and having plenty of time to chat with a little blond kid from the Sunset District, And, they would talk, endlessly, but always with the warning to study carefully and get a good job so I wouldn’t end up like them, To me, their lives didn’t seem so bad, living in a downtown surrounded by paris ballerina sweet fairy tale cotton fabric sweet brown and old rose fabric, merry go around, eiffel tower, rose, ballet shoe abundance and the racing sheets for the Bay Area’s three tracks, So, whenever I see a production of “Guys and Dolls,” I unpack a lot of baggage as I settle into my seat in time to hear the onstage gambling fraternity sing about how they, “got the horse right here … .”..

That was the case at the Lesher Center in Walnut Creek recently, when the magical tale was spun before me again in a bittersweet fashion, as I realized many of those on stage were three or four generations removed from Runyon’s original stories. Still, it is an excellent production, from the colorful, evocative set by Kelly Tighe to the classic music played by the orchestra directed by Matt Smart and sung by the cast led by director-choreographer Kikau Alvaro for the Diablo Theatre Company.

My quibble with the production was the way some of the gamblers were given characterizations that were more cartoonlike than colorful, due, I think, to the evolution of stereotypes that doesn’t serve the characters well, Characters like gambling magnate Nathan Detroit (Gene Bencomo) and his streetwise crew are taken out of their element when portrayed as if they were part of a Three Stooges ensemble, They may have their funny moments, but they are also paris ballerina sweet fairy tale cotton fabric sweet brown and old rose fabric, merry go around, eiffel tower, rose, ballet shoe criminals and streetwise survivors, tough enough to survive in pre-Disney Times Square..

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