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  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    Not good at all.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    Here'e the truth about Wisconsin Employment tpg1.

    http://www.deptofnumbers.com/unemployment/wisconsin/

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    All 30 components in the red as Dow decline nears 400 points.
    It's obama's fault.

  • Reply to

    It's Monday: Time to PUMMEL the Deniers

    by pilodialcyst Aug 31, 2015 9:12 AM

    What, fake fizzycist? Are you now pretending to be some kind of weather expert?

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    Most people are intelligent enough to read the BLS statistics to deduce fewer Americans are working today than the day obama stepped into office.

  • Reply to

    It's Monday: Time to PUMMEL the Deniers

    by pilodialcyst Aug 31, 2015 9:12 AM

    How else might the very warm Pacific exert so much change along the west coast of North and South America?

    I am very curious as to the mechanism you understand to cause such disruptions in weather by El Nino.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • The Decider was a draft-dodging, coke snorting coward. AND he lied about WMD, faked a reason for war in Iraq, and was AWOL at Katrina.

    There are plenty of criminal acts by The Decider to warrant being arrested.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    After Five Years Of Obamanomics, A Record 100 Million Americans Not Working
    The 102.159 million Americans not working in December is not the all-time record of Americans not working. That all-time record was set in October, 2013, at 102.896 million. The employment-population ratio that month was an even more pitiful 58.2%. That was the lowest in 30 years, all the way back to 1983, the first year of the recovery from Reagan’s recession, President of the United States from 1981 to 1989, which finally slayed the historic double digit inflation of the 1970's, Jimmy Carter, President of the United States from 1977 to 1981. The employment-population ratio of 57.9% in 1983 was up by the fifth year of Reagan’s recovery to 61.5%, on its way to 63.0% in 1989. That represented an increase of 17 million jobs since that recession started in July, 1981.

  • Reply to

    I feelsorry Dems and Piles

    by krugerandpaul 11 hours ago

    And you think she and her team are that skillful?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    62.6% civilian workforce rate!
    It hasn't been this low since Oct.,'77, just short of 38 years ago and the trend-line for all of obama's years serving as the POTUS is down, down, down.
    45,495,380 persons still on food stamps, supposedly 30% are illegal aliens, from a beginning of an average of 28,223,000 persons in 2008. Though slightly improved over the last year from a peak of 47,760,247 persons in June, 2013, most of the reduction came from more restrictive eligibility rules.
    Families are going further into debt to make ends meet rather than spending as a reflection of a well-founded increase in consumer confidence. China's economy is a reflection of the world's economic well being.
    U.S. household consumer debt profile:
    Average credit card debt: $15,863
    Average mortgage debt: $156,584
    Average student loan debt: $33,090
    In total, American consumers owe:
    $11.86 trillion in debt
    An increase of 1.9% from last year
    $901. billion in credit card debt
    $8.17 trillion in mortgages
    $1.21 trillion in student loans
    In 2013, real median household income was 8.0 percent lower than in 2007, the year before the latest recession. It hasn't improved significantly since 2013. Falling indebtedness is largely due to defaults rather than repayment. This is obama's legacy. It's the economy, stupid. Really, what difference does it make now? We have to pass the bill to find out what's in it.
    Do we really want 4 or 8 more years of this foolishness? HELL NO!
    How many people are still under-water on their mortgages?
    With U.S. home values falling 9.5% since their peak in 2007, many homeowners are now underwater on their mortgages, meaning they owe more than their home is worth. Search our interactive map blah blah blah etc. etc.

    **

    Unable to refute my jobs data, Mouth Breather blabbers an incoherent 312-word rant -- without ever once mentioning the word "jobs."

    Hilarious!

  • At midday EST, MO was 7.4% off its 52-week high.

    Such a disaster. Clearly all MO investors will soon be homeless and hacking up their cancer-riddled lungs with no insurance (since they declined Obamacare).

    Impeach MO.

    BOMBSHELL

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    62.6% civilian workforce rate!
    It hasn't been this low since Oct.,'77, just short of 38 years ago and the trend-line for all of obama's years serving as the POTUS is down, down, down.
    45,495,380 persons still on food stamps, supposedly 30% are illegal aliens, from a beginning of an average of 28,223,000 persons in 2008. Though slightly improved over the last year from a peak of 47,760,247 persons in June, 2013, most of the reduction came from more restrictive eligibility rules.
    Families are going further into debt to make ends meet rather than spending as a reflection of a well-founded increase in consumer confidence. China's economy is a reflection of the world's economic well being.
    U.S. household consumer debt profile:
    Average credit card debt: $15,863
    Average mortgage debt: $156,584
    Average student loan debt: $33,090
    In total, American consumers owe:
    $11.86 trillion in debt
    An increase of 1.9% from last year
    $901. billion in credit card debt
    $8.17 trillion in mortgages
    $1.21 trillion in student loans
    In 2013, real median household income was 8.0 percent lower than in 2007, the year before the latest recession. It hasn't improved significantly since 2013. Falling indebtedness is largely due to defaults rather than repayment. This is obama's legacy. It's the economy, stupid. Really, what difference does it make now? We have to pass the bill to find out what's in it.
    Do we really want 4 or 8 more years of this foolishness? HELL NO!
    How many people are still under-water on their mortgages?
    With U.S. home values falling 9.5% since their peak in 2007, many homeowners are now underwater on their mortgages, meaning they owe more than their home is worth. Search our interactive map to discover what percentage of homes in your county or ZIP code are in negative equity, based on Zillow's third quarter 2014 data. Not much has changed significantly since 2014.

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    Correction -- net job gains since Jan. 2009 have now reached 8.1 million.

    Even funnier!

  • We all know too many people who post here and who own this stock think they own this board, not Yahoo, and believe posts not praising the attributes of this company do not belong here. Trying to discuss anything critical of this company is deemed almost as heresy, almost as though they are members of a cult.

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    Where are the jobs you promised obama?

    **

    The economy has added a net 7.7 million new job since Obama took office -- or 6 times more than when Bush was president.

    That's where they are, stupid.

  • Reply to

    it's ALL obama's fault

    by obamabaad Aug 24, 2015 6:58 AM

    Too many people don't have enough money to spend, they don't have jobs, and this is a huge drag on the economy. Impeach obama. His administration of the USA is a disaster. Impeach obama.

  • "That's foolish cherry picking. Year to date"

    After yelling that citing the 52 week high is "foolish cherry picking," idiot foolishly cherry-picks an arbitrary performance timeline of the last eight months.

    MO did not start trading on Jan. 1, 2015, dunce.

    Dunce thinks that the S&P is in "meltdown" despite being down just 7% from its 52 week high as of yesterday's close, but that MO is a magical stock -- despite being down 5.5% from its 52 week high.

    ROFL.

  • Reply to

    Where are the jobs obama?

    by garlands_of_garlic Aug 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    And don't start putting out fake articles purportedly by dis-compassionate conservatives blaming the welfare system for keeping people from working. I just read one. Most people would chose to work rather to have to continue living a demeaning life with no self-purpose or self-reliance. When the choice is available to be self-reliant, more people will choose work ahead of handout. It's a simple matter of self-worth and pride. The article I just read, "Welfare Is the Highest Paying Entry-Level Job in 38 States", subtitled, "How many people have been diverted from the workforce thanks to our welfare system?", are just the kind that defeated Mitt Romney in the last election. Already I'm hearing words like capitalist being tossed around as though it is evil. From the article, "There are obvious problems with giving people “free” money. We could list the fact that the money is taken from the people who earned it, or that the debt pyramid that funds the “free” money is unsustainable and will end in crisis. We could point out that people drop out of the labor market because the free money makes it possible, thus lowering productivity at the same time that we are increasing obligations. That is a looming economic disaster for the country." In general the rest of the article speaks like this, "But in my opinion the greatest evil of the system is how it degrades human beings and encourages them to decay into perpetual adult children." Let's start a discussion on how to bring jobs back to the USA, not speak demeaningly about those who suffer waiting for better times. Where are the jobs you promised obama? Too many of us are still waiting. We don't want too hear we are all lazy good for nothings just because we don't have earned incomes. We need to hear some ideas from all the Presidential candidates how to put us all back to work. Bump

  • Reply to

    It's Monday: Time to PUMMEL the Deniers

    by pilodialcyst Aug 31, 2015 9:12 AM

    Not true, i_hate_the_gop2015, we know how to look up weather data. As crueloption said, "Move along...nothing to see here."

  • Reply to

    I feelsorry Dems and Piles

    by krugerandpaul 11 hours ago

    I hate the top, are you that stupid to believe her.? Sh'e had months, and a large crew to go through and erase anything she thought was illegal .

    Sentiment: Hold

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