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  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 7, 2014 9:18 PM Flag

    Obama is a moron, and if you support him you are a moron too

    Crisis after crisis under BHO's tenure, no solutions, no plans, just lies and dithering. America becomes worse off by the month.

    If you voted for Obama you are a moron. If you still support him even with all the mounting evidence of his ineptitude, you are doubly a moron.

    You are seeing the plain truth that liberalism is idiocy. It will be national suicide if Democrats are not stopped.

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    • Speaking of morons, what ever happened to Joe Biden?

    • I usually find that folks who call other folks morons are cretans or worse.

    • Why are you guys so irrational. Obama's tenure has seen the GREATEST wealth creation in modern times. Look at the stock market (DOW from 6000 to 17000 and both the S&P and the NASDAQ have doubled and more). Look at the employment numbers also. Don't tell me he had nothing to do with it, because his policies would have been blamed if the dial had gone the other way.

    • There, now. That's a good wingnut. Better that you spew all of your irrational hatred out on an MB instead of converting it into something dangerous.

      How about those unemployment numbers, by the way? Looks like BHO is making steps towards undoing some of the massive damage your hero monkey Dubya did to the US.

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      • Careful scr20022000, live by the numbers, die by the numbers.

        With a shrinking Q1, and a missing the Q1 reported number by 3.9%, you should be very careful when boasting when using the numbers reported from DC these days. Lets not forget the real unemployment number of more than 12%, and the lowest labor participation rate not seen sense the Carter years.

        AP from April 2014 (U.S. Labor Force Participation Rate Lowest Since 1979)

        ""Unemployment dropped for all the wrong reasons," says Craig Alexander, chief economist with TD Bank Financial Group. "It dropped because more workers stopped looking for jobs. It signaled less confidence and optimism that there are jobs out there."

        The participation rate peaked at 67.3 percent in 2000, reflecting an influx of women into the work force. It's been falling steadily ever since.

        Part of the drop reflects the baby boom generation's gradual move into retirement. But such demographics aren't the whole answer.

        Even Americans of prime working age — 25 to 54 years old — are dropping out of the workforce. Their participation rate fell to 81.1 percent last month, tied with November for the lowest since December 1984.

        "It's the lack of job opportunities — the lack of demand for workers — that is keeping these workers from working or seeking work," says Heidi Shierholz, an economist at the liberal Economic Policy Institute. The Labor Department says there are still more than three unemployed people for every job opening."

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