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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

    Quote Originally Posted by Helix View Post
    at least in this thread, the hacks are honest about rooting for the economy to fail.
    No one wats the economy to fail and that includes Hussein Obama......The difference is Hussein Obama has no clue how to fix it except attack President Bush........
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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    ask themselves who has has the most experience making high level decisions in leadership positions,
    Barack Obama is the president of the United States.

    There is no other person on the planet, except the ex presidents who have made higher level decisions than him at this point.

    I can say that without a doubt, that the Bin Laden raid was one of the riskiest and ballsiest moves in Presidential History, because if it had gone wrong you can be sure that Obama would have looked like Carter after Operation Eagle Claw.

    enjoyed success in the business world as well as politics
    Sure he enjoyed success in the business world for sure. To say whether Romney enjoyed success in politics is debatable, he did some good things in Massachusetts, he brought the state to Surplus by:

    Romney supported raising various fees by more than $300 million, including those for driver's licenses, marriage licenses, and gun licenses.[138][154] He increased a special gasoline retailer fee by two cents per gallon, generating about $60 million per year in additional revenue.[138][154] (Opponents said the reliance on fees sometimes imposed a hardship on those who could least afford them.)[154] Romney also closed tax loopholes that brought in another $181 million from businesses over the next two years and over $300 million for his term.[138][160] Romney did so in the face of conservative and corporate critics that considered them tax increases.[160]
    But in the end:

    He had a 61 percent job approval rating in public polls after his initial fiscal actions in 2003, but it began to sink after that.[188] His frequent out-of-state travel contributed to a decline in his approval rating towards the end of his term;[189][188] at 34 percent in November 2006, his rating level ranked 48th of the 50 U.S. governors.
    called in to settle emergencies when large problems occur
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    Obama.

    The largest financial Meltdown since the great depression.

    Two Wars.

    The gulf oil spill.

    Libya.

    Just to name a few.

    led an honorable drug free life.
    To have used drugs in ones life, does not mean that life is dishonourable.

    If Barrack Obama is defeated can you ever imagine him being invited to serve on any nigh level board anywhere? Perhaps he will continue writing autobiographies but I see no future for him outside politics in the practical world.

    Maybe he can find work as a non tenured substitute teacher in Wisconsin.
    If Barack Obama is defeated, you can rest assured whatever he gets up to, it'll be better than what you're doing.

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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

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    No one wats the economy to fail
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    Be honest, NP: When you read that, you smiled, didn't you?
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    You are right and yes I did smile big time...............

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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    And I'm sure you caught this from the report too:

    The change in total nonfarm payroll employment for March was revised from +154,000 to
    +143,000, and the change for April was revised from +115,000 to +77,000.


    So with 69k for May less 11k for March adjustment and 38k for April adjustment leaves an adjusted net of 20k May jobs created. That's right...20k
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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

    Quote Originally Posted by Aberration View Post
    Smiling at the failed policies of Obama is not the same as wanting the economy to fail.
    He smiled at bad economic news because it hurts President Obama. He thinks peoples' jobs are less important.
    He touched her over her bra and underpants, she says, and guided her hand to touch him over his underwear
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    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

    Quote Originally Posted by Aberration View Post
    Smiling at the failed policies of Obama is not the same as wanting the economy to fail.
    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    He smiled at bad economic news because it hurts President Obama. He thinks peoples' jobs are less important.
    Let's be clear here, it was NOT me smiling. I merely pointed out another point in the report.

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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

    Why do you guys respond to Thunder? Even the Liberals don't....
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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

    Quote Originally Posted by teamosil View Post
    No, you don't understand. The jobs created number is the net increase in jobs. We actually lose and gain many more jobs each month than 69,000 jobs every month. Like maybe we lose 500,000 jobs and gain 569,000, so that would be creating 69,000 jobs.
    The number of people looking for jobs also changes. Last month, the number of people looking for jobs increased more than 69,000, which is why the unemployment rate increased.

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    Re: May’s Jobs Report Disappoints Across the Board

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    The number of people looking for jobs also changes. Last month, the number of people looking for jobs increased more than 69,000, which is why the unemployment rate increased.
    Yep, that's right.
    Total tax rates- People living in poverty: 16.2%. The median American: 27%. Working people who make over $140k/year: 31%. The top 1%: 30%. Super rich investors: around 15%. Help the democrats retake the house.

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