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  • davisac
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    the economy is slowly growing again but jobs haven't caught up yet.

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/une...09-11-06-83100

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    Originally posted by nuthead View Post
    He wasn't?
    Well he is on the list on that PDF file that someone posted here, right next to congressmen and members of the DOD!

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  • nuthead
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    Originally posted by FredFlash View Post
    the Fort Hood Shooter was an Adviser to President Obama.
    He wasn't?

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  • FredFlash
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    Jerome Corsi is the disgusting right wing whack-o-loon scumbag who claims that the Fort Hood Shooter was an Adviser to President Obama.

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  • TheKansan
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    Originally posted by Cold Rodear View Post
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    Jerome Corsi
    "The convenience is that by reporting unemployment at 10.2 percent instead of at 22.1 percent, the Obama administration can clearly continue advancing the argument the U.S. economy is in recovery and the recession is over, even if the truth belies those claims."
    That is an idiotic suggestion as the way that unemployment figures are calculated existed long before Obama was president. So you suggesting that Obama is somehow masking unemployment figures would also suggest all previous recent presidents were doing the same, including Bush and Clinton.

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  • DAL
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    The truth belying claims does not stop anyone here from making them, either.

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  • kc12
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    Originally posted by FredFlash View Post
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124993702311020493.html

    ...the majority of the economists The Wall Street Journal surveyed during the past few days said the recession that began in December 2007 is now over.
    Yeah the majority of 47 economists.

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  • FredFlash
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    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124993702311020493.html

    ...the majority of the economists The Wall Street Journal surveyed during the past few days said the recession that began in December 2007 is now over.

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    Jerome Corsi
    "The convenience is that by reporting unemployment at 10.2 percent instead of at 22.1 percent, the Obama administration can clearly continue advancing the argument the U.S. economy is in recovery and the recession is over, even if the truth belies those claims."

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