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    Jobs

    Perhaps I will be the first.

    May jobs report: Only 69,000 new jobs created. The administration was predicting 153,000 (still a dismal expectation).

    Unemployment UP: to 8.2% HIGHER than at any point under GWB
    Every month under Obama has been higher than ANY point under GWB

    Hope and change at its best. He's hoping. He is not capable of anything else.

    Every CEO and financial analyst I have heard say no intelligent managers will be hiring. Too much uncertainty with the Communist and his minions.

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    "Obama doesn't know how to be president. He doesn't know how the world works. He's incompetent." -Bill Clinton

    Read more: [url]http://www.lowellsun.com/columnists/ci_20758864/amateur-hour-inside-obamas-oval-office#ixzz1wYKzyKQQ[/url]

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    Terrible news for Obama.

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    [QUOTE=Austin;4481817]Terrible news for Obama.[/QUOTE]

    The fact that the piss stream media couldn't contort the stats to make the unemployment rate go down as they have been doing the past few months in order to get to that magic 7.8% for Dear Leader, makes me certain that things are alot worse than they really are.

    I guess they pushed the phoney data as far as they could and now can't hold realities snap back in place.

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    [QUOTE=Frequent Flyer;4481829]The fact that the piss stream media couldn't contort the stats to make the unemployment rate go down as they have been doing the past few months in order to get to that magic 7.8% for Dear Leader, makes me certain that things are alot worse than they really are.

    I guess they pushed the phoney data as far as they could and now can't hold realities snap back in place.[/QUOTE]

    There's no way to spin those numbers. Any job growth bellow 150,000 would have been bad, 69,000 is a disaster.

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    [QUOTE=Austin;4481817]Terrible news for Obama.[/QUOTE]

    Terrible news for the United States.

    A second/ongoing recession is in no ones best interests.

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    [QUOTE=palmetto defender;4481704]Perhaps I will be the first.

    May jobs report: Only 69,000 new jobs created. The administration was predicting 153,000 (still a dismal expectation).

    Unemployment UP: to 8.2% HIGHER than at any point under GWB
    Every month under Obama has been higher than ANY point under GWB

    Hope and change at its best. He's hoping. He is not capable of anything else.

    Every CEO and financial analyst I have heard say no intelligent managers will be hiring. Too much uncertainty with the Communist and his minions.[/QUOTE]

    But, He was a stellar Attorney! Damn, I almost forgot, he was forced to give up his law license, along with the lovely Michelle, having to give up hers:-(.

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    Obama and his labor secretary, Hilda Solis have said that the rise in unemployment and the addition of only 69,000 jobs is "unacceptable". They are demanding Congress do something. Solis is, of course, best known for her positions on environmental justice. Whatever that is.
    Obama, the dummy, fails to realize that [B]HE[/B] and [B]HIS policies[/B] are the cause of contibnued sluggishness. Corporate leaders hate uncertainty and he is doing nothing but creating uncertaining and over inserting government into the private sector.
    But what would you expect from a man with zero business background and feeble advisors. And from a man, his father, who he admires and was a total socialist and hater of America. when you write a positive book about your father and he is an America hater, what might that suggest? His wife is none too keen on our country either.

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    [QUOTE=Warfish;4481864]Terrible news for the United States.

    A second/ongoing recession is in no ones best interests.[/QUOTE]

    Agreed, but rest assured there are people within the GOP happy about this news.

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    "The problems in the job market were long in the making and will not be solved overnight. There is much more work that remains to be done to repair the damage caused by the financial crisis and deep recession that began at the end of 2007," Alan Krueger, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, writes in a White House blog.

    :coocoo:

    Uh, no Alan, that will fine. I think you and your fellow communists have done enough "work". You're all fired on November 7, 2012.

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    What did people expect from a narcissistic empty suit that he himself, along with the lefties thought was Presidential material?

    Let's see.... a community organizer with zero executive experience and no real job his entire life?

    The great unwashed clingers in flyover knew this moron was clueless, but the coastal intellectual lefties didn't....

    Seems the great unwashed clingers are more intelligent than the intellectual lefties.... :D

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    I'm really shocked [B]not so IJF[/B] didn't post at all today.

    Isn't it about time for another article about Romney shoving a boy when he was 6 years old?

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    [QUOTE=Frequent Flyer;4482237]I'm really shocked [B]not so IJF[/B] didn't post at all today.

    Isn't it about time for another article about Romney shoving a boy when he was 6 years old?[/QUOTE]

    I don't know, what does Moonbattery.com tell you it's time for right now?

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    [QUOTE=Warfish;4481864]Terrible news for the United States.

    A second/ongoing recession is in no ones best interests.[/QUOTE]

    I agree

    I don't care who is president.Just want the country on a good path.

    Seems like since 9/11 the country has just been on a bad track.

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