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The Final Argument: The Best Recession in History

David4 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 11:11 AM
+157,000 jobs in January, reported by the BLS Payroll Survey. +17000 jobs in January, reported by the BLS Household Survey. Columnist Michael Shedlock discussed all this about one week ago.
NewJAl Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 11:33 AM
Jobs gained because of shale oil or fracking for gas, and those from Texas, Wisconsin, and everywhere Republican policy encourages them should be factored in as what the lying community organizer claims. I do not believe he wants such success, as dependency and looking to him and Big Government, for a rescue, is his way.
But he can speak the words that make it seem he cares about us becoming financially solvent.
His actions speak much louder.

Hey good news everybody.

People are still losing jobs at a faster rate than we’re creating them.

Thank God for the best recession in the history of mankind.

And thank God for Barack Obama being the best recessionary president in the history of mankind.

"This is the best looking contraction in GDP you'll ever see," says Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics.

Yeah, just think about how great everything would look if Barack Obama wasn’t president, er… I mean: how bad everything would look.

“Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped by...