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(NYPost)   Here's what you need to know about tomorrow's unemployment report, so you're not bamboozled by the government's efforts to cover for Obama's disastrous policies   (nypost.com) divider line 265
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2012-03-08 04:25:22 PM  

Scerpes: tenpoundsofcheese: TsukasaK: Corvus: How Obama should be judged is: As president jobs under Bush/ total jobs under Bush

Using that calculation Bush had 100% while Obama had a zero percent - Obviously Obama is a horrible president.

I don't really even agree with that. Congress has a lot more power over this kind of thing than Obama directly.

Right now, I'm infinitely more pissed off at our "representatives" than the guy in the fancy chair.

And that is the problem with the whole system.
IIRC Congress has an approval rating just below swamp gas and yet the public keeps re-electing the same people.

Because it's not my douchebag that's the problem because he got money to build the local museum of random twigs in our community! Your douchebag is the problem because he isn't fiscally conservative!!

/seriously...my douchebag is the problem, too


ftfy.
 
2012-03-08 04:28:56 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: Because it's not my douchebag that's the problem because he got money to build the local museum of random twigs in our community! Your douchebag is the problem because he isn't fiscally conservative!!

/seriously...my douchebag is the problem, too

ftfy.


Let me know when you actually find a fiscally conservative politician.
 
2012-03-08 04:29:28 PM  
If the truth that the econmy is rebounding is too hard to discuss, create a distracting argument so that us morons believe things are still bad! That should work until November....

forums.pelicanparts.com
 
2012-03-08 04:32:44 PM  
200K + jobs created is a good thing no matter how you slice it.
 
2012-03-08 04:33:15 PM  

Scerpes: tenpoundsofcheese: Because it's not my douchebag that's the problem because he got money to build the local museum of random twigs in our community! Your douchebag is the problem because he isn't fiscally conservative!!

/seriously...my douchebag is the problem, too

ftfy.

Let me know when you actually find a fiscally conservative politician.


Obama perhaps.
 
2012-03-08 04:39:29 PM  

mrshowrules: Scerpes: tenpoundsofcheese: Because it's not my douchebag that's the problem because he got money to build the local museum of random twigs in our community! Your douchebag is the problem because he isn't fiscally conservative!!

/seriously...my douchebag is the problem, too

ftfy.

Let me know when you actually find a fiscally conservative politician.

Obama perhaps.


Perhaps not.
 
2012-03-08 04:58:10 PM  
So what side of the political spectrum does subby lean on? I can't tell. That headline is WAYYY too neutral.
 
2012-03-08 05:01:09 PM  

mrshowrules: Scerpes: tenpoundsofcheese: Because it's not my douchebag that's the problem because he got money to build the local museum of random twigs in our community! Your douchebag is the problem because he isn't fiscally conservative!!

/seriously...my douchebag is the problem, too

ftfy.

Let me know when you actually find a fiscally conservative politician.

Obama perhaps.


you crack me up!
did you see the chart of the debt he has accumulated. oh wait, it is in chart form, nevermind.
 
2012-03-08 05:16:54 PM  
So, the arsonists burn down the country and they blame the fire marshal. I'm pretty sure you could convince these dupes to take a hammer to their own hand.
 
2012-03-08 05:54:54 PM  
Joe the Plumber: I beat women, I don't support my children, I don't pay my taxes, but at least I won't let them homos anywhere near children. Vote for me!
 
2012-03-08 05:57:35 PM  
Wrong thread. So sorry.

/Hang my head in shame :(
 
2012-03-08 06:04:11 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: you crack me up!
did you see the chart of the debt he has accumulated. oh wait, it is in chart form, nevermind.


I just got to ask you - what exactly do you gain from coming to this website day after day and devoting all this effort to making people think you're intellectually challenged? Is it a masochistic thing?
 
2012-03-08 06:51:44 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: mrshowrules: Scerpes: tenpoundsofcheese: Because it's not my douchebag that's the problem because he got money to build the local museum of random twigs in our community! Your douchebag is the problem because he isn't fiscally conservative!!

/seriously...my douchebag is the problem, too

ftfy.

Let me know when you actually find a fiscally conservative politician.

Obama perhaps.

you crack me up!
did you see the chart of the debt he has accumulated. oh wait, it is in chart form, nevermind.


There's a debt chart in this thread?
 
2012-03-08 07:56:37 PM  

Scerpes:

From your source:

Arbitron, the radio industry's dominant audience-measurement company, can say with some precision how large Limbaugh's audience is in a particular city and at a particular time, but it has never publicly released a national estimate for his show.

The 14 million number appears to actually come from an estimate from Michael Harrison, editor of Talkers magazine. I have no doubt that he has a whole bunch of listeners.


Mother of god, you're stupid.

Figuring the size of Limbaugh's flock "is an art, not a science," says Michael Harrison, editor of Talkers magazine, a trade journal about the talk-radio field. "It's hard to come up with an exact answer. It really reveals the embarrassing state of radio ratings."

Harrison's own calculation -- that Limbaugh typically attracts about 14.25 million listeners weekly -- is based on Arbitron figures from about 30 cities and spot checks of a similar number of stations. Harrison stands by his guess. "Once you get below the big markets, [the audience] doesn't add up to critical mass," he said.


I mean, are you able to actually comprehend what you read; or do the words just appear on your brain like stimulus on the surface of an amoeba? More a sort of poke-react type of thing? Obviously you're unable to make basic inferences from information given in basic textual material.
 
2012-03-08 10:46:18 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Scerpes:

From your source:

Arbitron, the radio industry's dominant audience-measurement company, can say with some precision how large Limbaugh's audience is in a particular city and at a particular time, but it has never publicly released a national estimate for his show.

The 14 million number appears to actually come from an estimate from Michael Harrison, editor of Talkers magazine. I have no doubt that he has a whole bunch of listeners.

Mother of god, you're stupid.

Figuring the size of Limbaugh's flock "is an art, not a science," says Michael Harrison, editor of Talkers magazine, a trade journal about the talk-radio field. "It's hard to come up with an exact answer. It really reveals the embarrassing state of radio ratings."

Harrison's own calculation -- that Limbaugh typically attracts about 14.25 million listeners weekly -- is based on Arbitron figures from about 30 cities and spot checks of a similar number of stations. Harrison stands by his guess. "Once you get below the big markets, [the audience] doesn't add up to critical mass," he said.

I mean, are you able to actually comprehend what you read; or do the words just appear on your brain like stimulus on the surface of an amoeba? More a sort of poke-react type of thing? Obviously you're unable to make basic inferences from information given in basic textual material.


What part of "Arbitron...has never publicly released a national estimate for his show" do you not understand? The 14 million is NOT Arbitron's number. It's an estimate by someone else, based on some of Aribtron's estimates. That someone freely admits that estimating Limbaugh's national audience is not a science, but an art. I'm not denying that Limbaugh has a large audience, but they can't tell you exactly what it is.
 
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