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  • cpwrguy_99 cpwrguy_99 Oct 2, 2009 11:27 AM Flag

    O'bambi's depression new claims at 253,000

    only fools still believe that one
    --------------------------------------------------------------Unemployment did not hit 5% until the village idiot was elected in NOvember, then they started their plunge as the smart money moved out of stocks in anticipation of his stupid irresponsible spread the wealth policies. It will most likelly hit close to 11% about next july.

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    • Just where is this imaginary world you live in? Obama didn't take office until January. The downward spriral of our ecomony was heading for the abyss a long time before Obama took office. You cannot face this inconvenient truth. Try therapy.

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      • <<< The downward spriral of our ecomony was heading for the abyss a long time before Obama took office.>>>

        And the democrat congress and senate had been in charge since 2006, laying the groundwork for the global financial market collape

        When Bush was president (still is according to you) last February, future president(when will he finally visit the oval office and take over presidency?) Obama and the congress rammed the $750 Billion CRAPULUS bill down our throats, without reading it, promising it would stop umemployment below 8%.

        So when are Obama and the democrat congress/senate going to take over the job, and responsibility for our economy?

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