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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Really that's funny because most economists agree the stimulus and bailouts were a necessary evil that prevented us from turning this recession into a depression. Perhaps you'd like to show some sort of evidence to support yet another blanket accusation that Obama is personally to blame for everything that is wrong in the universe?
    You're wrong and that is a lie. Only White House economist say that the stimulus and bailouts were worth it. I wonder why that is? Without the bailouts and stimulus the Obama administration wouldn't be allowed to rape us.
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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by Goof Noodle View Post
    You're wrong and that is a lie. Only White House economist say that the stimulus and bailouts were worth it. I wonder why that is? Without the bailouts and stimulus the Obama administration wouldn't be allowed to rape us.
    yes, let's do ignore the changed direction of the economy
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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    we're becoming greece

    bottom line

    remember when obama promised to cut the deficit in half in 4 years?

    remember when he patiently explained that his 862B dollar stimulus was necessary else unemployment would exceed 8%?

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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    5 minutes ago, bloomberg:

    Moody?s Reiterates U.S. Spending Risks Credit Rating (Update1) - Bloomberg.com

    moody's threatens our aaa rating

    ouch

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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by Goof Noodle View Post
    You're wrong and that is a lie. Only White House economist say that the stimulus and bailouts were worth it. I wonder why that is? Without the bailouts and stimulus the Obama administration wouldn't be allowed to rape us.
    U.S. Enters Recovery as Stimulus Refutes Skeptics (Update2) - Bloomberg.com



    Before you go paste a study that says the opposite I'll point out that I'm well aware that there are people who disagree. My point is that "only white house economists" is clearly wrong which makes you the liar.
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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    that's NINE MONTHS ago

    LOL!

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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Why are you even here?
    I don't begrudge anyone asking any question, it's how one learns, but this stroke of brilliance is in a class of its own.

    It sits isolated as the single dumbest question I've seen since joining DP.

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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    yes, let's do ignore the changed direction of the economy
    And the taxes being at an all-time low. And that buying insurance from private companies is pretty much the opposite of socialism. Some of these people are mad about their country moving in a direction... that it isn't moving in.
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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    that's NINE MONTHS ago

    LOL!
    Here's Today!

    U.S. Economy: Home Sales, Durable Orders Point to Strength - BusinessWeek

    The point is this: it's volatile when you're in a recovery. And we're in a recovery. That doesn't mean everything is perfect. It means it's getting slightly better a little bit at a time.

    The early 2000s recession was only 8 months and relatively shallow the recovery took nearly four years. And let's not forget that jobs (as they are in every recession) are the last thing to return.

    So why do you think that the recovery from this nearly 3-year-long recession should only take a month or two?

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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    ask paul volcker

    ask moody's

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