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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    ask paul volcker

    ask moody's
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    The Moody's that was giving AAA ratings to the derivatives that collapsed the US economy?

    You mean that Moody's?

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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    yup, that's the rosey eyed optimist i was referring

    even pollyana is coming around, sounding more and more like mr king, mr tarullo, mr roubini, the imf's fiscal monitor...

    did you see the vix?

    how bout the half of those who had their mortgages modified already redefaulting?

    did you hear the dems aren't going to propose a budget this year?

    i wonder why

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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
    Do you mean to tell me that the economy is failing faster now than it was last year? That's the only change I've seen... sadly.

    Do you people ever stop to think for yourselves, or do you just barf back your parties talking points?

    Here…. Let me help you out, unless you think the CBO is a right wing propaganda organization.

    So, can 3-5% possibly stop one of the worst recessions in thirty years? Or was the CBO absolutely spot on when they predicted back in February that by the end of 2009 our recession will slow down and reverse with or without a stimulus intervention. You be the judge, but as of now I am not seeing any reason why Congress jammed this bill down our throats and it should be no surprise at this point why 45% of Americans think we should cancel the remainder of the stimulus bill. A strong platform for 2010 can be a pledge to dismantle the remainder of the stimulus bill.
    How much stimulus money has been spent as of September 2009?
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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Huh. During a recession we spend more on safety net programs and people get paid less.

    edit: Do you even understand the article you just read? This is completely predictable during a recession.
    What part of "historic" don't you understand?
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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    Private pay shrinks to historic lows - USATODAY.com


    Yep... it's "change" alright.

    Historic eeeeven.

    Change you can believe in.
    The one we have been waiting for.

    And he is now at 42%.
    Daily Presidential Tracking Poll - Rasmussen Reports

    Somehow, I think his teleprompteur is going to blame Bush 43 once again.

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    Rasmussen isn't non partisan.
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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Private pay shrinks to historic lows
    "mission accomplished" --Barack Hussein Obama


    "mmm-mmm-mmm"

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    Re: Private pay shrinks to historic lows

    Quote Originally Posted by Morality Games View Post
    Rasmussen isn't non partisan.
    Actually it is. Unless you have proof that it isn't. Gallup has Obama at 47% approval, but remember that this is a daily poll, that the methodology is different, and that there is error. Also Rasmussen has strongly approve and strongly disapprove, options that Gallup doesn't provide.

    As for unemployment, Gallup has that at 19.3%. This is the amount of people who are not working or who are working part-time and want to work full time.
    Last edited by phattonez; 05-27-10 at 08:12 AM.

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