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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    Zing! Winning!!! LOL
    Interesting that there is a lot of distortion in that number including downright lies yet doesn't matter as one liberal supports another Winning isn't generating the numbers Obama has generated but it doesn't matter to college kids nor those who rely on the taxpayers for their own existence

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    You use to post the quarterly in your little spam here.
    I posted the September year to data numbers for the Obama Administration. The 25 million unemployed/under employed is the Sept. number

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    Bush and Reagan were terrible presidents by the numbers
    Reagan GDP Changes of -3.2%, -4.9%, and -6.4%.
    We've been through this before. Where did you get the above numbers. My research on BEA revealed:

    Annually
    1980 (0.28)
    1981 2.48
    1982 (1.98)
    1983 4.32
    1984 6.70
    1985 3.97
    1986 3.35
    1987 3.10
    1988 3.95
    Quarterly
    1980q1 0.32
    1980q2 (2.09)
    1980q3 (0.19)
    1980q4 1.82
    1981q1 2.04
    1981q2 (0.80)
    1981q3 1.20
    1981q4 (1.26)
    1982q1 (1.67)
    1982q2 0.54
    1982q3 (0.39)
    1982q4 0.08
    1983q1 1.23
    1983q2 2.20
    1983q3 1.93
    1983q4 2.03
    1984q1 1.90
    1984q2 1.70
    1984q3 0.96
    1984q4 0.81
    1985q1 0.93
    1985q2 0.84
    1985q3 1.54
    1985q4 0.75
    1986q1 0.95
    1986q2 0.40
    1986q3 0.95
    1986q4 0.48
    1987q1 0.55
    1987q2 1.05
    1987q3 0.86
    1987q4 1.68
    1988q1 0.51
    1988q2 1.27
    1988q3 0.51
    1988q4 1.32

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    As you continue to ignore when did the Reagan, Bush, and Obama economic plans go into effect? Those aren't the GDP changes those are the changes adjusted for inflation. Here is what the GDP numbers are
    I don't know how many times I have to tell you that you have to adjust for inflation. If you don't adjust for inflation then you have no idea what you are looking at. But just to humor you, if you look at Obama's numbers (not adjusted for inflation), they have also gone up every quarter since he has been in office:
    2009q2 13,854.1
    2009q3 13,920.5
    2009q4 14,087.4
    2010q1 14,277.9
    2010q2 14,467.8
    2010q3 14,605.5
    2010q4 14,755.0
    2011q1 14,867.8
    2011q2 15,012.8
    2011q3 15,198.6
    Quit being a hack man. It's getting embarrassing.
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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    I posted the September year to data numbers for the Obama Administration. The 25 million unemployed/under employed is the Sept. number
    RE post number 1675 in this thread:

    Obama economic results in 2011,
    .4% GDP and 1.3% GDP growth in 2011(bea.gov)
    2010 2011
    I II III IV I II
    3.9 3.8 2.5 2.3 0.4 1.3

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    We've been through this before. Where did you get the above numbers. My research on BEA revealed:
    Those numbers to not appear to match any of the percent change numbers on bea.gov's website. Here is the link:

    bea.gov percent change in GDP by year. My numbers were from the right side: quarterly adjustments in 2005 dollars.

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    I don't know how many times I have to tell you that you have to adjust for inflation. If you don't adjust for inflation then you have no idea what you are looking at. But just to humor you, if you look at Obama's numbers (not adjusted for inflation), they have also gone up every quarter since he has been in office:


    Quit being a hack man. It's getting embarrassing.
    Is this the bs you are learning in school? Pretty scaring that you do not understand the role of the govt.

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Is this the bs you are learning in school? Pretty scaring that you do not understand the role of the govt.
    " I am Conservative hear me roar"

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    Those numbers to not appear to match any of the percent change numbers on bea.gov's website. Here is the link:

    bea.gov percent change in GDP by year. My numbers were from the right side: quarterly adjustments in 2005 dollars.
    Do the people living in the 80's pay the 2005 values for the things they purchase? Did the people of the 80's pay debt service in 2005 dollars? Did 2005 dollars generate 17 million jobs in the 80's. If your posts are an indication of what you are learning in college, no wonder this country is in a mess

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Is this the bs you are learning in school? Pretty scaring that you do not understand the role of the govt.
    Do you want to see what I am learning in school? Here you go:

    "On January 1, 2007, Abby sold a share of stock A short for a price of 80. On that same date, Ben sold a share of stock B short for a price of P. Both Abby and Ben bought back and returned, to the original owners, their respective shares of stock on December 31, 2007, when the per-share price of stock A was 70, and the per-share stock B was 120. At the end of 2007, just prior to the close of the short position, stock B paid a dividend of 2 per share, while stock A paid no dividend. Both Abby and Ben were subject to a margin requirement of 50%, and interest on the margin accounts was credit an an annual effective rate of 3%. During 2007, Abby's short sale transaction had an annual effect yield rate r(A), and Ben's transaction had an annual effective yield of r(B). The relationship between the two yields was r(B) = -2r(A). Calculate P."

    Are you sure you want to argue numbers with me?

    (Actually, that was a few semesters ago - now I am learning how to apply interest theory with risk assessment)

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