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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    No Bull Sh** is a liberal using Yahoo as a reference.

    S. 190 passed through the Senate Commitee on party lines with a 11-9 vote but the Democrats threatened Fillibuster so it never got a vote.

    Hr1460 was loaded with things like a slush fund and put off new regulatory action for a year so it was useless anyway.

    Please, if your confused just say so. Barney Franks personal influence in the Sub-Prime Collapse is easily documented.

    But I figure youv'e been embarassed enough already.
    What is quite telling is how Obama supporters want to blame the economic results today on programs from 2003-2007 while ignoring that Obama has been in office for over 4 years and could have made any changes he wanted the first two years of his term. He refused to do so and the results today are totally and completely his. Obamabots believe you can delegate responsibility and that is one of the biggest failures of any so called leader.

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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    What is quite telling is how Obama
    supporters want to blame the economic results today on programs from 2003-2007 while ignoring that Obama has been in office for over 4 years and could have made any changes he wanted the first two years of his term. He refused to do so and the results today are totally and completely his. Obamabots believe you can delegate responsibility and that is one of the biggest failures of any so called leader.

    Yea I know, its why they fight so vehemently when the Sub-Prime debate comes up.

    I've got loads of data on the Sub-Prime Collapee and if you want I can send you what I have through a PM.

    Anyway, first, something that systemic, that historically destructive HAS to come from a President like Bush, even though it's well documented that Bush was trying to head the whole thing off.

    For his entire Presidency he tried to impliment reform on Fannie and Freddie who were 1) out of control and 2) run by Corrupt Democrats.

    So when you take that away from them, when you reveal to them that at the heart of the biggest scam in the ever loving world were DEMOCRATS, they no longer have that pathetic excuse, that blame nearly 5 years into a Presidency.

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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    No Bull Sh** is a liberal using Yahoo as a reference.

    S. 190 passed through the Senate Commitee on party lines with a 11-9 vote but the Democrats threatened Fillibuster so it never got a vote.

    Hr1460 was loaded with things like a slush fund and put off new regulatory action for a year so it was useless anyway.

    Please, if your confused just say so. Barney Franks personal influence in the Sub-Prime Collapse is easily documented.

    But I figure youv'e been embarassed enough already.
    If there was no vote, then chalk that one up to Republican stupidity.

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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    Yea I know, its why they fight so vehemently when the Sub-Prime debate comes up.

    I've got loads of data on the Sub-Prime Collapee and if you want I can send you what I have through a PM.

    Anyway, first, something that systemic, that historically destructive HAS to come from a President like Bush, even though it's well documented that Bush was trying to head the whole thing off.

    For his entire Presidency he tried to impliment reform on Fannie and Freddie who were 1) out of control and 2) run by Corrupt Democrats.

    So when you take that away from them, when you reveal to them that at the heart of the biggest scam in the ever loving world were DEMOCRATS, they no longer have that pathetic excuse, that blame nearly 5 years into a Presidency.
    Yes, would love to have it but using it in this forum just causes Obamabots to run never able to admit they are wrong. You can PM me through DP

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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    If there was no vote, then chalk that one up to Republican stupidity.
    There was no vote on House bills passed that are sitting in Harry Reid's desk, is that Democrat stupidity?

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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    There was no vote on House bills passed that are sitting in Harry Reid's desk, is that Democrat stupidity?
    That's a different situation, the Republican's had control of the Senate, yet the leadership never brought S.190 to the floor, that's stupidity. I have no idea what or why Reid is not bringing them to the floor.

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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by Gimmesometruth View Post
    That is correct, IN RELATION TO TAX CUTS.

    Yes, I did, that doesn't negate the fact that the article was a comparison of tax cuts to stimulus.


    There is no backtracking, you misunderstand what the article is about.


    You sure spend a lot of time on things that don't matter to you. Um, Bush was in for 8 years.

    Is this some twins secret language?
    This is getting a little bizarre but it's all in fun.

    It would be down right criminal as lousy as our economy is in, for our elected leaders not to have every American citizen, every illegal alien, every tourist and anybody else that happen to be within our borders, not on food stamps if they were a stimulus. At the end of the day, no matter how it's figured out long term, food stamps are a drag on the economy. And if they were worth a hoot as short term stimulus, the inflationary pressure alone they would put on the price on food would more than wipe out any gains.

    Back to the article, tax cuts and so forth. I'll side with this part of the article way before I'll side with some nonsense on how food stamps are better stimulus than tax cuts:
    "Finally, economic researchers Andrew Mountford from the University of London and Harald Uhlig from the University of Chicago wrote in a July 2005 paper that "the best fiscal policy to stimulate the economy is a deficit-financed tax cut."

    It's all in the article you posted. I completely understand what the article was about and did from the start. What I don't know is if you bothered to read all of it before posting it for all to read. Just as a reminder, Bush hasn't been the President for going on 5 years now. It's all on Obama. And it ain't good.

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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by ItAin'tFree View Post
    This is getting a little bizarre but it's all in fun.

    It would be down right criminal as lousy as our economy is in, for our elected leaders not to have every American citizen, every illegal alien, every tourist and anybody else that happen to be within our borders, not on food stamps if they were a stimulus. At the end of the day, no matter how it's figured out long term, food stamps are a drag on the economy. And if they were worth a hoot as short term stimulus, the inflationary pressure alone they would put on the price on food would more than wipe out any gains.

    Back to the article, tax cuts and so forth. I'll side with this part of the article way before I'll side with some nonsense on how food stamps are better stimulus than tax cuts:
    "Finally, economic researchers Andrew Mountford from the University of London and Harald Uhlig from the University of Chicago wrote in a July 2005 paper that "the best fiscal policy to stimulate the economy is a deficit-financed tax cut."

    It's all in the article you posted. I completely understand what the article was about and did from the start. What I don't know is if you bothered to read all of it before posting it for all to read. Just as a reminder, Bush hasn't been the President for going on 5 years now. It's all on Obama. And it ain't good.
    No doubt some economists side with SUPPLY SIDE tax cuts.....and that was part of this Administrations policy.....but the funny thing is.....you finally got it......the article WAS A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TAX CUTS AND BENEFITS AS STIMULUS.

    FFS...how many posts did it take for you to comprehend this basic, first fact? It took what, 2 days?

    Geez.
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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    That's a different situation, the Republican's had control of the Senate, yet the leadership never brought S.190 to the floor, that's stupidity. I have no idea what or why Reid is not bringing them to the floor.
    It takes 60 votes to pass a bill in the Senate, there were 55 Republicans.

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    Re: U.S. Adds 195,000 Jobs; Unemployment Remains 7.6%

    Quote Originally Posted by Gimmesometruth View Post
    No doubt some economists side with SUPPLY SIDE tax cuts.....and that was part of this Administrations policy.....but the funny thing is.....you finally got it......the article WAS A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TAX CUTS AND BENEFITS AS STIMULUS.

    FFS...how many posts did it take for you to comprehend this basic, first fact? It took what, 2 days?

    Geez.
    What did you do, go back and read the article for the first? That's what it looks like to me.

    Next time you want to provide evidence that government spending (food stamps, whatever) is better stimulus than tax cuts don't post an article for all to see and read that doesn't agree with you.

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