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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

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    Why derail the thread...?
    I dont think my laptop can handle all of the Obama fail.

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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

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    The democrat party, 5 years in-is stale fail.
    Boy, you just don't get it do you? YOUR graph shows the decline beginning when Bush took office and continuing to decline to this day. He was in office eight years, again, how is this all Obama's fault?
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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Boy, you just don't get it do you? YOUR graph shows the decline beginning when Bush took office and continuing to decline to this day. He was in office eight years, again, how is this all Obama's fault?
    The decline no, other than voting for, and supporting policies that led to the decline, like the CRA for instance, it isn't. But, what IS his fault, is that once he won office in 2008, he started more a political payback slog, rather than anything that really made a difference in changing the course. Stimulus was a prime example of that. He then launched what can only at this point be described as a 5 year assault on the American people, forcing one bill through, then working the rest of the time fighting the American people and wasting tax money trying to make that failed legislation somehow defy the inevitable and work like he wants it too instead of doing things that were good ideas within, and making those work.

    Obama has squandered Americas standing in foreign policy, made domestic politics more divisive, and lied to the people repeatedly from day one. He refuses to do anything in a bipartisan manner, or work with repubs at all unless it is for the purpose of blaming them for his failures. He has raised taxes on everyone including the middle class he claims to champion. Obama is a disaster for this country, and a reminder why progressivism left to its own devise will kill a nation...Jimmy Carter is cheering, not because he likes Obama, but rather because there's a new kid on the block to take his place in history is the most ineffective, looser of a President in history. We now have a lost decade, and that is Obama's, and progressives fault period.
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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Boy, you just don't get it do you? YOUR graph shows the decline beginning when Bush took office and continuing to decline to this day. He was in office eight years, again, how is this all Obama's fault?
    Wheres the hope and change?

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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    The decline no, other than voting for, and supporting policies that led to the decline, like the CRA for instance, it isn't. But, what IS his fault, is that once he won office in 2008, he started more a political payback slog, rather than anything that really made a difference in changing the course. Stimulus was a prime example of that. He then launched what can only at this point be described as a 5 year assault on the American people, forcing one bill through, then working the rest of the time fighting the American people and wasting tax money trying to make that failed legislation somehow defy the inevitable and work like he wants it too instead of doing things that were good ideas within, and making those work.

    Obama has squandered Americas standing in foreign policy, made domestic politics more divisive, and lied to the people repeatedly from day one. He refuses to do anything in a bipartisan manner, or work with repubs at all unless it is for the purpose of blaming them for his failures. He has raised taxes on everyone including the middle class he claims to champion. Obama is a disaster for this country, and a reminder why progressivism left to its own devise will kill a nation...Jimmy Carter is cheering, not because he likes Obama, but rather because there's a new kid on the block to take his place in history is the most ineffective, looser of a President in history. We now have a lost decade, and that is Obama's, and progressives fault period.
    Worst president ever.

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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Folks, we can't keep this up, the numbers released by the Obama administration after 5 years of failed policies and smoke and mirrors are damning. 92 million outside the workforce. The jobs added are crap. This is what the democrat party gets us. Take a look at these trends.

    People Not In Labor Force Soar To Record 91.8 Million; Participation Rate Plunges To 1978 Levels | Zero Hedge

    your chart shows labor participation pealing during the dot com bubble,and remaining strong during the housing bubble.

    your chart bettter explains why bubble economies are bad and how they only benefit short term.also it can be used to show how the economy funciots outside buubles.your first chart shows at the beginning the ending of the supply side crisis,between the oil shock and the begining of the computer age.later it hits records from the dotcom boom,then lowers.under natural conditions,the unemployment tends to stay low but never gone.while bubbles tend to create a false sence of prosperity,later leading to drastically low employment.


    fyi i cant stand charts from 1978 on,the liberals use it for tax rates,and you use it for labor participation.while im sure using a chart prior would destroy your theory,much the same is it does for liberals.
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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

    Quote Originally Posted by beerftw View Post
    your chart shows labor participation pealing during the dot com bubble,and remaining strong during the housing bubble.

    your chart bettter explains why bubble economies are bad and how they only benefit short term.also it can be used to show how the economy funciots outside buubles.your first chart shows at the beginning the ending of the supply side crisis,between the oil shock and the begining of the computer age.later it hits records from the dotcom boom,then lowers.under natural conditions,the unemployment tends to stay low but never gone.while bubbles tend to create a false sence of prosperity,later leading to drastically low employment.


    fyi i cant stand charts from 1978 on,the liberals use it for tax rates,and you use it for labor participation.while im sure using a chart prior would destroy your theory,much the same is it does for liberals.
    thanks for the narration.

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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

    Anyone notice that there are more than 18 million people aged 65 and over in the U.S. than there were in 1980 (2009=43 million, 1980=25 million)?

    From 2006 until 2013, roughly 45% of the 15 million people who have dropped out of the workforce have reached (or still live past) the age of 65 and older.

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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

    Quote Originally Posted by Kushinator View Post
    Anyone notice that there are more than 18 million people aged 65 and over in the U.S. than there were in 1980 (2009=43 million, 1980=25 million)?

    From 2006 until 2013, roughly 45% of the 15 million people who have dropped out of the workforce have reached (or still live past) the age of 65 and older.

    sources:

    a
    b
    c

    Trying to say this is all about the retirement curve is a dodge....All one has to do is get out there and talk to young people, and take a drive around and see all the places either on Main st. or in industrial parks and see all the closed businesses to understand that we are being fed false numbers, and false hope. Facts on the ground trump your false narrative.
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    Re: Sessions: 'For Every One Job Added, Nearly 5 People Left the Workforce'

    Quote Originally Posted by Kushinator View Post
    Anyone notice that there are more than 18 million people aged 65 and over in the U.S. than there were in 1980 (2009=43 million, 1980=25 million)?

    From 2006 until 2013, roughly 45% of the 15 million people who have dropped out of the workforce have reached (or still live past) the age of 65 and older.

    sources:

    a
    b
    c

    Trying to say this is all about the retirement curve is a dodge....All one has to do is get out there and talk to young people, and take a drive around and see all the places either on Main st. or in industrial parks and see all the closed businesses to understand that we are being fed false numbers, and false hope. Facts on the ground trump your false narrative.
    Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom.

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