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What Our Leaders Wrought: Boehner Cries and Obama Lies

Truth001 Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 6:16 PM
Mr Ransom Thank you for being forthright regarding your background. However we don't agree exactily on U6 definition: The "U-6" includes two groups of people that the "U-3" does not: 1. "Marginally attached workers" - people who are not actively looking for work, but who have indicated that they want a job and have looked for work (without success) sometime in the past 12 months. This class also includes "discouraged workers" who have completely given up on finding a job because they feel that they just won't find one.
rightmostofthetime Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 10:07 PM
So since Ransom has been forthright in explaining his background, how about you? Great credentials, I'm sure.
Truth001 Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 6:17 PM
2. People who are looking for full-time work but have to settle on a part-time job due to economic reasons. This means that they want full-time work, but can't find it.

It is at 14.8 in Feb not 23%
John in Gwinnett,Ga Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 10:39 AM
.3 People that have dropped out of the workforce and do not care to look for work. They prefer to sponge off others until they are forced to look for work.

This punches the number to 23%

twfox wrote: Jan. 24,2013 - Bobby Jindal urges the GOP to "stop being the stupid party"---hmmmm. And now you knuckle draggers want to call the Presidents supporters stupid? Good luck with that! - The Big, Big Government Push

Dear Comrade Fox,

You apparently don’t know the context in which Jindal was talking about “stop being the stupid party.”

What Jindal is referring to are the candidates who made bizarre comments during the election, like Todd Akin the Missouri Republican, who said this about the odds of getting pregnant from rape: “From what I understand from doctors,...