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Reminder: The Private Sector is Not “Doing Fine”

Bismarck Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 11:12 AM
Oh, that's right, we're once again coming up on that time of year (State of the Union speech) when Obama focuses like a laser on job creation. Too funny! Those who believe this stuff should be embarrassed about their naivete (or stupidity).
Bismarck Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 11:14 AM
The word "cr_p" is inappropriate these days? (I left out the letter "A") Town Hall has bent over to the PC culture. I'm ashamed for them.
RiffRaff Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 11:24 AM
yeah, cr_p is a no-no. You can spam, you can post the most egregious lie, you can propagandize, you can advertise your nigerian bank, you can viciously attack other posters, you can use some words worse than cr_ap but you can't post cr_ap.

Remember when President Obama was justifiably criticized for saying that the private sector was “doing fine” last summer when tens of millions of Americans were struggling to find work and the national unemployment rate languished above 8 percent? This was a stunning admission. And Republicans, for their part, did something right for a change by taking advantage of the president’s blunder. However, according to AEI’s Aparna Mathur and data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the only workers who seem to be “doing fine” nowadays --...