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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    you mean, like barack's middle name, hussein?

    or the color of greenish skies?

    LOL!

    i guess it's cuz i'm just not as INTO debating as you are

    take a gander at the links above, master-d
    Nicely pasted links. Care to provide any analysis beyond one-liners?

    On cursory inspection, I find a lot of bad analysis and faulty information in these links, many of which look like...blogs. I'll go into more detail tomorrow, but it's too late for me to dig into this right now. Not too many hours before the alarm cock goes off and I have to do things to pay this internet bill.
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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

    Quote Originally Posted by drz-400 View Post
    Most of it did a lot of good. My school would be charging twice the tuition it is now if it would not be for the stimulus. This is a fact. Over 1/3 of the 25,000 students that go to the same college as me would not have been able to afford it this year had it not been for the stimulus giving funding to higher ed.
    too anecdotal to be of much worth

    but effortless to kick back

    College tuition hikes in double digits - Education- msnbc.com

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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

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    Nicely pasted links. Care to provide any analysis beyond one-liners?

    On cursory inspection, I find a lot of bad analysis and faulty information in these links, many of which look like...blogs. I'll go into more detail tomorrow, but it's too late for me to dig into this right now. Not too many hours before the alarm cock goes off and I have to do things to pay this internet bill.
    analysis?

    LOL!

    there's nothing to analyze, it's HARD news

    y'know, ap, the hill, reuters, abc, the bozeman daily chronicle (LOL!), the globe, the sac bee, the washington examiner, st petersburg times...

    blogs like that

    LOL!

    you're a funny funny debater, master

    when you get back tomorrow, be sure to do more on barack's middle name, hussein

    that's my favorite

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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

    Quote Originally Posted by drz-400 View Post
    Most of it did a lot of good. My school would be charging twice the tuition it is now if it would not be for the stimulus. This is a fact. Over 1/3 of the 25,000 students that go to the same college as me would not have been able to afford it this year had it not been for the stimulus giving funding to higher ed.
    So you're saying that the stimulus is good because it took tens of millions of dollars out of someone else's pocket and put it into the pockets of students at your school.

    I'm sure that that was very nice for all of you, but I'm not really seeing how that's related to "stimulus."
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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

    Quote Originally Posted by drz-400 View Post
    I'm pretty sure it is accurate. It is all in the presentation.

    If you look close it looks like obama has more job losses total.
    Yeah, but he inherited those job losses, so they were really his.
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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

    As infrastructure projects perk up (signaling money being spent), there will be a multiplier effect. The lag in which debt is issued, money is appropriated, projects are planned, bids are accepted, firms orchestrate production is indeed timely.

    For the nteenth time..... The stimulus was puny. It was weak. We needed at a bare minimum $1.5 trillion in infrastructure stimulus alone. There will most likely be a second.
    It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion.
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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    So you're saying that the stimulus is good because it took tens of millions of dollars out of someone else's pocket and put it into the pockets of students at your school.
    The money from the stimulus was borrowed. From foreigners or private institutions/investors who were not going to spend it. Given the composition of GDP; if we were to remove government stimulus from the (G) aspect.... would we be experiencing positive or negative growth?

    I'm just saying... It was better than nothing.
    It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion.
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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    you mean, like barack's middle name, hussein?

    or the color of greenish skies?

    LOL!

    i guess it's cuz i'm just not as INTO debating as you are

    take a gander at the links above, master-d
    Professor haiku youve been railing against Obama from day 1. Somehow I doubt your sincerity that this was about the unemployment situation so I posit a question were you fidgeting as much as a chichuahua under Reagan as you are now?

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    Denial ain't the river in Egypt, Gentlemen.
    It was the Austrasians, that hewed on bravely through the thick of the fight, it was they who found and cut down the Saracen King.

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    Re: Judging Stimulus by Job Data Reveals Success

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    too anecdotal to be of much worth

    but effortless to kick back

    College tuition hikes in double digits - Education- msnbc.com
    I like how you post some news anecdotes and then call opposing views anecdotal.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    analysis?

    LOL!

    there's nothing to analyze, it's HARD news

    y'know, ap, the hill, reuters, abc, the bozeman daily chronicle (LOL!), the globe, the sac bee, the washington examiner, st petersburg times...

    blogs like that

    LOL!

    you're a funny funny debater, master

    when you get back tomorrow, be sure to do more on barack's middle name, hussein

    that's my favorite
    "There's nothing to analyze, I believe whatever I read if it fits my world view!"

    You're the one who keeps typing out our President's full name. The point I was trying to make is that you have really weak partisan reasons for doing so. But again, you didn't really understand that. I'm seeing a trend.
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    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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