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Obama's Legacy! Now with 32 Percent Higher Costs!

D G Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 9:26 AM
First Quarter hiring is down 27% from last year. BLS report was issued this morning. Jan and Feb 2013 revised upward. March was disappointing. 2012: Jan 311,000; Feb 171,000; Mar 205,000 .... Total 687,000 2013: Jan 148,000; Feb 268,000; Mar 88,000 .... Total 504,000 The decrease in jobs created for the quarter is 183,000 or about 27%. Labor participation rate sank sharply as about 500,000 people dropped out of labor force. Labor participation rate is now at its worst since 1979. The reduced labor participation rate caused a drop in the headline unemployment rate.
jsullivan154 Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 9:02 PM
D G is having a party as are all toon times negative nellies every time you here a bad report you cheer and pi$$ yourself. Meanwhile millions of home owners and Americans are in the process of de-leveraging and the great American consumer is coming back after the excesses of fast and loose during the Bush party.
My hope is this time when America rebuilds itself it strengthens small business and families rather than paying favoritism to those w/cayman account that could give 2 chits about America?
Roy323 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 12:17 AM
jsullivan-Man (and I use that term very loosely) I don't know who is writing your 'talking points' but you really need to go up a grade or two-like 5th Grade-and see if you can find someone reasonably coherent; you have almost certainly made a reasonable point or two, but find it very difficult to conjure up what the hell ur talking about!

Whether you like Obamacare or not, nationalizing healthcare was the boldest legislative achievement of any president since anything Ronald Regan did in the 1980s.

But the cost for Obama politically has been very high. Since passing ACA, Obama has lost control over the House by a fairly large margin. The mid-term election in 2010, which can only be described as a terrible defeat for the president, was a direct result of the bizarre way Obamacare passed. And, also, the bizarre promises made to pass it.

It was hailed as a “deficit reducer,” as the savior for small business,...