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  • obamas_nation obamas_nation Jul 9, 2013 10:01 AM Flag

    We have a successful President now

    What a difference it makes to have a well versed, thinking persn in there. Take a look at your portfolio now compared to October 2008. Notoce OBL and many other enemies are gone. Notice those new GM models on the roads. Take a look at new positivity in the nation. We're not going back to failed policy and 19th century social ideas.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Mr. Successful has the worst jobs record in the history of the BLS since 1948.
      Only The Divine One Himself, the Omnipotent Franklin D. Roosevelt has a worse jobs record, but the BLS data was restarted in 1948 (after his presidency) to hide the truth.

      Total Employment
      BLS Data Table A-1
      as of 07/09/2013
      President, As of, Total Employment
      George W. Bush, Month, (Millions)
      Open:, Jan-2001, 137.8
      Low:, Jan-2002, 135.7
      High:, Nov-2007, 146.6
      Close:, Jan-2009, 142.2

      Open to Close:, 4.4
      Open to Low:, (2.1)
      Low to High: , 10.9
      Open to High:, 8.8
      High to Close:, (4.4)

      Barack H. Obama – Through June- 2013
      Open:, Jan-2009, 142.2
      Low:, Dec-2009, 138.0
      High:, Jun-2013, 144.1
      Close:, Jun-2013, 144.1

      Open to Close:, 1.9
      Open to Low:, (4.1)
      Low to High:, 6.0
      Open to High:, 1.9
      High to Close:, 0.0

      Notes for Obama
      (1) May 2012 is is first time High greater than Open
      (2) Data for all of 2012 was restated lower.
      (Compared to data at July-2012)

 
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