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(Salon)   The US added 165,000 jobs in April, far outpacing expectations, and the unemployment rate fell to 7.5 percent. Oh, and the February and March numbers were revised up, too. Thanks, Obama   ( salon.com) divider line
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2013-05-04 02:50:47 PM  

xaveth: Yes, we must give our dear leader credit for his beautiful police state.


Posting from North Korea?
 
2013-05-04 03:25:13 PM  
Fox News on good unemployment numbers: n0bama cookin the books!
Fox News on bad unemployment numbers: indisputable evidence of socialism
 
2013-05-04 04:47:16 PM  
I'm part of that 165k, so getting a kick, etc.

/thanks Obama
 
2013-05-04 05:42:20 PM  

Stone Meadow: Pick: Unemployment was never this high under Bush. People seem to forget this.

That's either some quality trolling, or willful ignorance...which is it?

Just in case it's the latter check out what was happening to jobs during Bush's last two years in office:

[zfacts.com image 485x382]


I wasn't aware that presidents made laws. Looks like a sharp downturn in jobs coincided with an event in 2006...perhaps there were other elections in 2006, maybe to people who actually write and vote on laws.  Just a hunch...
 
2013-05-04 06:55:02 PM  

o5iiawah: Stone Meadow: Pick: Unemployment was never this high under Bush. People seem to forget this.

That's either some quality trolling, or willful ignorance...which is it?

Just in case it's the latter check out what was happening to jobs during Bush's last two years in office:

[zfacts.com image 485x382]

I wasn't aware that presidents made laws. Looks like a sharp downturn in jobs coincided with an event in 2006...perhaps there were other elections in 2006, maybe to people who actually write and vote on laws.  Just a hunch...


really? because in this thread you were rather insistent that passing a budget was Obama's responsibility

http://m.fark.com/comments/7230532/Barack-Obama-has-increased-nation al -debt-by-more-than-a-trillion-dollars-for-five-years-in-a-row
 
2013-05-04 07:31:45 PM  

dumbobruni: o5iiawah: Stone Meadow: Pick: Unemployment was never this high under Bush. People seem to forget this.

That's either some quality trolling, or willful ignorance...which is it?

Just in case it's the latter check out what was happening to jobs during Bush's last two years in office:

[zfacts.com image 485x382]

I wasn't aware that presidents made laws. Looks like a sharp downturn in jobs coincided with an event in 2006...perhaps there were other elections in 2006, maybe to people who actually write and vote on laws.  Just a hunch...

really? because in this thread you were rather insistent that passing a budget was Obama's responsibility

http://m.fark.com/comments/7230532/Barack-Obama-has-increased-nation al -debt-by-more-than-a-trillion-dollars-for-five-years-in-a-row


LOL...

randomcoolstuff.com.au
 
2013-05-04 09:00:08 PM  
We should get rid of minium wage, lower taxes on the wealthy and deregulate.

That way we can accelerate our slide into an East African Paradise.
 
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