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  • cyber_critiquer cyber_critiquer Mar 8, 2013 1:23 PM Flag

    Obama Reversing Bush Financial Disaster and Great Recession ...

     

    Bad News For The Hawcreek Team ....

    "Jobs numbers are out for February and they beat expectations, with the unemployment rate hitting a four-year low.

    According to the Labor Department, total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 236,000 and the unemployment rate fell to 7.7%. Expectations were for total payrolls at 160,000 or 165,000 and unemployment holding steady at 7.9%."

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    • Barry couldn't reverse the White House lawn mower. You're full of #$%$.

    • The Pres said yes we can, and we did. He said forward, and we move forward. One of the great Pres's ever, a true depression avoider and nation builder we have elected. The destroyin of OBL. The saving of American autos. The increase in freedoms long oppressed. This is history for the ages in the making, the saving of America from the great collapse of 2008. At the very end of the 8 year Presidency of George W. Bushhh.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • HAHAHA We need over 400k jobs per month just to keep even. Over 5 million less workers than when Obama took over. Better than expected is a libdem qoute. We still run at 7.8% unemployment with real unemployment much, much higher. There is no way to expand the economy when you have the cost of ObamaCare, burdensome regulations that Obama expanded by 98,000 pages in just his first two years. And now payroll taxes going up, less take home pay, and gas prices going up. And that means inflation that kills the guy working 2 and 3 part time jobs, as well as everyone else.

 
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