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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by presluc View Post
    What of the rest, for you did not say all,
    As far as that goes Enron could make the same claims about their past employees except no one would be working at Enron.

    I couldn't help notice in a previous post you mention 3 YEARS.
    Was it not 8 YEARS that started this economoc drain, 6 of which was with a Republican administration and a Republican Congress?

    If the blame game is what you choose play it properly please.

    As for me I care not about the mistakes of the past nor the mistakes of the present, if however America continues on this path , that effects the future of my country and myself, THAT I CARE ABOUT.
    Maybe this will help you understand the Bush years a little better and then you can confirm the numbers by going to bls.gov and bea.gov both non partisan agencies that provide actual data

    Big Media Distorts Bush Economic Record - Capital Commerce (usnews.com)

    2) "Economy Made Few Gains in Bush Years", declared the Washington Post earlier this week. And while the story grudgingly acknowledged the 52-straight months of job growth, it dismissed any economic gains as the ephemeral product of the housing bubble and wild-spending consumers. Except ... that worker productivity -- the most important long-term indicator of the core health and competitiveness of an economy -- has risen at a really impressive 2.6 annual rate during the Bush years vs. 2.0 percent for Clinton and 1.6 percent for Reagan. (That factoid from the Wall Street Journal.) This is important stuff. It's one big reason why the World Economic Forum says the U.S. has the most competitive economy in the world. The economic rebound after the pro-growth 2003 tax cuts was no mirage.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    BLS says you are wrong. Get with Goldenboy and contact BLS and tell them their data is wrong because you believe it to be so.

    Employment, Hours, and Earnings from the Current Employment Statistics survey (National)
    Original Data Value

    Series Id: CES0500000001
    Seasonally Adjusted
    Super Sector: Total private
    Industry: Total private

    NAICS Code: -
    Data Type: ALL EMPLOYEES, THOUSANDS
    Years: 2001 to 2011

    Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
    2001 111634 111624 111555 111227 111146 110910 110737 110544 110276 109918 109575 109368
    2002 109214 109054 108989 108892 108814 108824 108732 108671 108659 108772 108758 108595
    2003 108640 108484 108286 108252 108274 108233 108231 108266 108421 108570 108611 108724
    2004 108882 108913 109213 109437 109747 109841 109883 109984 110135 110465 110493 110624
    2005 110718 110949 111095 111441 111583 111847 112122 112311 112392 112492 112796 112934
    2006 113247 113533 113795 113961 113965 114049 114200 114347 114432 114438 114628 114803
    2007 114993 115051 115251 115308 115419 115469 115486 115391 115396 115470 115568 115606
    2008 115610 115482 115395 115209 114969 114752 114487 114170 113736 113245 112458 111822
    2009 110981 110260 109473 108700 108374 107936 107649 107434 107221 106971 106937 106835
    2010 106793 106772 106916 107145 107193 107258 107351 107461 107570 107713 107841 108008
    2011 108102 108363 108582 108823 108922 108997 109170 109242 109462 109579 109719

    Looks to me, and of course I could be wrong, but 110,981 sure looks like it is larger than 109,719.
    Sorry, Adam to confuse you with actual data thus facts. Notice the number of months that Bush had private sector job growth? You don't want to talk about that, do you?

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Sorry, Adam to confuse you with actual data thus facts. Notice the number of months that Bush had private sector job growth? You don't want to talk about that, do you?
    You realize that the numbers your posting absolutely confirm what I wrote, and put the lie to what you wrote above? Like I said, private employment has increased for 14 consecutive months. Thanks for bitchslapping yourself with the data.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    You realize that the numbers your posting absolutely confirm what I wrote, and put the lie to what you wrote above? Like I said, private employment has increased for 14 consecutive months. Thanks for bitchslapping yourself with the data.
    Now that is funny, yes, it shows 14 months of job growth and a net private sector job loss. Is that really what you want to tout as a success?

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Now that is funny, yes, it shows 14 months of job growth and a net private sector job loss. Is that really what you want to tout as a success?
    Obama slowed down job losses.....and turned it into job gains. This is an accomplishment.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    Obama slowed down job losses.....and turned it into job gains. This is an accomplishment.
    When you add 4.5 trillion dollars to the debt and generate these kind of results most clear thinking Americans see that as a failure.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by presluc View Post
    I couldn't help notice in a previous post you mention 3 YEARS.
    Was it not 8 YEARS that started this economoc drain, 6 of which was with a Republican administration and a Republican Congress?
    Originally Posted by presluc
    With all this partisan politics bull**** the left bames the right, the right blames the left and not a damn thing gets done; except talk, talk and more talk and more pointing fingures when the talk gets old.


    Kinda getting old...hypocrisy...tsk tsk...

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Now that is funny, yes, it shows 14 months of job growth and a net private sector job loss. Is that really what you want to tout as a success?
    It shows 14 months of net job gains, as I said. Stop trying to change the subject.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    It shows 14 months of net job gains, as I said. Stop trying to change the subject.

    What month in the past two years has had over 250K jobs created....? None as far as I know, so net? not so much.


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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    It shows 14 months of net job gains, as I said. Stop trying to change the subject.
    Adam, it really is hard for you to admit that liberalism has made a fool out of you. After adding 4.5 trillion to the debt these are the results we have, a net job loss, declining labor force, and rising misery index. You seem very proud.

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