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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Not if you insist that we're doing better under Obama than we were under Bush.
    He is doing better under Obama-he doesn't live in the USA and America's decline is the eurosocialists' gain



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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    are you basing that on a learned understanding of economic reality or based on a blind devotion to leftwing babble?
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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Not if you insist that we're doing better under Obama than we were under Bush.
    Considering made next to no jobs during his presidency and all gains he did do, he pissed away, then yes you are doing better so far.
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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    Quote Originally Posted by texmaster View Post
    But that doesn't mean I understand all the variables of the economy.
    it's simple, it all comes down to the proper tossing and interpreting of chicken bones

    most important---when you discuss your findings you must remain stubbornly and inscrutably obscurantist

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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Considering made next to no jobs during his presidency and all gains he did do, he pissed away, then yes you are doing better so far.
    9.6% unemployment means we're doing better than we were when unemployment was at 4%?

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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    On the current recovery... sure... it is way better than it was under Bush or would have been under Palin.. I mean the senile McCain.

    As for partisan mouth foaming.. look at the other conservative posts.. that is your partisan mouth foaming.. mine is factual.


    Paling was never elected, McCain is not the prez. your mouth foaming is approaching epic perportions. It is asinine that you think others are the partisan hacks.
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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    the putz on pennsylvania came out for 45 seconds this morning to assure us all we're heading in the right direction

    gosh, what must be his goal?

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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    wasn't the economic condition of the eu subject of some major headlines just a couple months ago?

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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    are you basing that on a learned understanding of economic reality or based on a blind devotion to leftwing babble?
    Of course it is an understanding of economic reality.

    Tell me, when has the conservative thinking of economic lazzie-faire ever worked? By worked I mean, created economic growth, jobs and a surplus... in the last 30 years.. NEVER. Hence the economic thinking is flawed on so many levels.
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    Re: Strongest jobs recovery in decades.

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    He is doing better under Obama-he doesn't live in the USA and America's decline is the eurosocialists' gain
    Hardly. As much as the Americans like to think that they're the only gem of purity and goodness in the world, and that every other country on the face of the earth ought to either grovel or stay out of America's way, the reality is that, in the year 2010, your nation, along with the rest of the world, has come a long way from 1991. America is once again just one power among many, and any rational man can tell you that, for all of the stories of interdependence between America and China, it's the EU and America that are the closest partners when it comes down to world relations. It'd be disastrous to America to see the EU breakup, and it'd be disastrous to the EU to see America breakup.

    Now, admittedly, I am English, and you're right in saying that the current trend is probably more favourable to our half of the partnership, whereas America's going through some rough times right now. But it'd be daft to alienate your most vital allies and partners because you're sore about losing your preeminent status.

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