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Kevin 354 Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 7:20 AM
How many government economists does it take to determine the value of helping a little old lady cross the street? One should expect that the person should have proper training, be issued proper license, insurance, standard safety equipment, an attorney, an accountant, and a government issued little old lady. All of which should receive, based on their qualification of having a human face, the same pay as the single mother of 4 whose only man which she can depend on is the neighbor's husband who makes a living helping little old ladies cross the street. When such an economy fails, the government economist would blame the free market, where we don't pay ordinary and courteous people with imagined future people's imagined future wealth.
Kevin 354 Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 7:25 AM
Back to the original question. As you can see this is a complex problem that too few can comprehend and what is needed is more government economists to create a stronger consensus on the right thing to do. We don't, and can't have enough government economists.
Flubadub Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 8:25 AM
And that is a proven quantifiable fact of imagination and there is a course of study in all federally supported colleges that send their reports to some committee on the Hill that is headed by the most incapable liberal dumbocrat there is.

The American economic juggernaut keeps churning out good news folks. According to government economists 236,000 jobs were created in February, plus or minus a margin of error of 100,000 jobs.

Anyone wanna take the under here?

In other news, the BLS revised January jobs data down 38,000 jobs so that the net number of jobs created in the first month of the year was a negative 21,000 jobs.

That’s right; 21,000 fewer jobs in January than in December. 

No wonder consumer confidence is moving up. The government is lying every month about something, anything, and...