Here's your Obama Economy, moonbats

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  18,451 16 Dec 2013, 5:18 pm

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Misty » 16 Dec 2013 4:05 pm wrote:
RichClem » 05 Dec 2013 2:41 pm wrote:
Amazing how liberals flee reality, in favor of their false liberal "reality."

They don't flee reality Kitten, they flee you.
There's no purpose in reading your posts anymore, as they all contain the same couple of words repeated ad nauseam.


When is the last time you offered any opinion on the Obama Economy?

2009? :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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RichClem » 16 Dec 2013 4:18 pm wrote:

When is the last time you offered any opinion on the Obama Economy?

2009? :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:


When was the last time you offered a coherent opinion on anything?

1978? (deadly serious, no joke)
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  18,451 17 Dec 2013, 10:17 am

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Skeptic » 16 Dec 2013 4:46 pm wrote:
RichClem » 16 Dec 2013 4:18 pm wrote:
When is the last time you offered any opinion on the Obama Economy?

2009? :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:


When was the last time you offered a coherent opinion on anything?

1978? (deadly serious, no joke)


Oh yeah,"deadly serious." :rofl: :rofl:

Tell us all again how Reagan's economic policies failed, and Obama's succeeded.


That's so freaking hilarious. :clap:
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RichClem » 17 Dec 2013 9:17 am wrote:

Oh yeah,"deadly serious." :rofl: :rofl:

Tell us all again how Reagan's economic policies failed, and Obama's succeeded.


That's so freaking hilarious. :clap:


Reagan's philosophy - carried on by Bush - created the mess Obama is cleaning up. See how easy that was?
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  18,451 17 Dec 2013, 3:51 pm

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Skeptic » 17 Dec 2013 2:28 pm wrote:
RichClem » 17 Dec 2013 9:17 am wrote:
Oh yeah,"deadly serious." :rofl: :rofl:

Tell us all again how Reagan's economic policies failed, and Obama's succeeded.


That's so freaking hilarious. :clap:


Reagan's philosophy - carried on by Bush - created the mess Obama is cleaning up. See how easy that was?


Yes, you tell lies with the greatest of ease! :rofl:
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Regina » 07 Dec 2013 4:10 pm wrote:
Haven't your republicans learned anything about speculation? Cry about it when it actually happens.


Five years of a rotten economy has happened, and barely a peep out of liberals.

Here's another Obama achievement about which the Obama-fawning MSM will be just about silent.

Poverty level under Obama breaks 50-year record

Fifty years after President Johnson started a $20 trillion taxpayer-funded war on poverty, the overall percentage of impoverished people in the U.S. has declined only slightly and the poor have lost ground under President Obama.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... t-match-h/
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The economy is great, we're hiring hundreds of thousands every month, which is why we need to extend unemployment benefits for another year.
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  18,451 09 Jan 2014, 5:58 pm

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golfboy » 09 Jan 2014 2:55 pm wrote:
The economy is great, we're hiring hundreds of thousands every month, which is why we need to extend unemployment benefits for another year.
/dummycrat


On an emergency basis!

Only a liberal would fall for it. :clap:
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The very idea that someone gets paid to troll politically oriented websites is just out and out outrageous, crazy, even moonbattish.
… or so clemmy and goofy would have you believe.
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Is that my spittle running down the face of your boss at the lobbyist propaganda office, boys?
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  18,451 11 Jan 2014, 9:48 am

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Misty » 16 Dec 2013 4:05 pm wrote:
RichClem » 05 Dec 2013 2:41 pm wrote:
Amazing how liberals flee reality, in favor of their false liberal "reality."


They don't flee reality Kitten, they flee you.
There's no purpose in reading your posts anymore, as they all contain the same couple of words repeated ad nauseam.


Oh, so liberals are so-o-o-o sensitive that they cannot possibly read and comprehend the following important facts about Obama's glorious economy, because it might hurt their feelings.


That's believable. :rofl:

How Bad Is Obama's Jobs Record? Let's Count The Ways
December's disappointing job numbers came in below expectations, again dampening hopes for sustained economic growth. But the latest data just scratch the surface of Obama's dismal failure on jobs.

The number of jobs created in December was the lowest in three years, and while the official unemployment number dropped to 6.7%, that was almost entirely due to more than half a million people giving up looking for work.

Of course, a month of data doesn't mean much.

So, for some badly needed perspective, we've created Obama's Jobs Index to show how Obama's policies have failed to create adequate job growth.

6.3 million: Net new jobs created since Obama's recovery started in June 2009
13.8 million: New jobs that would have been created had Obama's kept pace with the average of the previous 10 recoveries.

3.6%: Growth in private jobs since Obama took office.
43%: Growth in the number of temp jobs.

91.8 million: Number of people not in the labor force as of December.
525,000: Increase since November.
11.2 million: Increase since Obama took office.

6.7%: Jobless rate 54 months into Obama's recovery.
5.1%: Unemployment rate 54 months into George W. Bush's "jobless" recovery.

13.1%: Jobless rate in Dec. using a broader measure — U6 — which includes people marginally attached to labor force or working part time for economic reasons.
9.2%: Average U6 rate in Bush's eight years in office.

26%: Share of adults who say at least one household member is unemployed, based on IBD/TIPP Poll data.
10%: Share who say a household member had work hours cut because of ObamaCare.

3.9 million: Number of people who've been jobless 27 weeks or more in December.
2.7 million: That number when Obama took office.

37 weeks: Average length of unemployment in Dec.
20 weeks: Average length when Obama took office......

$1,006: Drop in median household income during the 2007-09 recession.
$2,535: Drop in median income after the recession ended in June 2009, according to Sentier Research.
http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorial ... e-jobs.htm
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Skeptic » 17 Dec 2013 2:28 pm wrote:
RichClem » 17 Dec 2013 9:17 am wrote:
Oh yeah,"deadly serious." :rofl: :rofl:

Tell us all again how Reagan's economic policies failed, and Obama's succeeded.

That's so freaking hilarious. :clap:


Reagan's philosophy - carried on by Bush - created the mess Obama is cleaning up. See how easy that was?


Yes, we all know that you lie with the greatest of ease.

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More about the horrific Obama Economy, which will be ignored by liberals. :\

The Latest Jobs Miss
The fifth year of the Obama recovery brings more dispiriting news.

....The Labor Department says the U.S. produced only 74,000 net new jobs in the month, while the jobless rate fell to 6.7% from 7% mainly because some 347,000 Americans left the labor force....

There isn't much else good to say about the report. Average hourly earnings rose a paltry two cents to $24.17, or a mere 1.8% for the year. Average hours worked in a week fell a tic to 34.4. Even with inflation low, this suggests that real median income may have declined for all of 2013. In the fifth year of an expansion, this is dreadful underperformance.

Another sign of the weak recovery is the failure of the employment-population ratio to rebound. This is a favorite of labor economists because it signals how well the economy is luring Americans into the labor market. The bad news is that the ratio remained at 58.6% in December, barely above its post-recession low of 58.2% in July 2011 and well below the 59.4% in June 2009 when the recession ended.

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This is more revealing than any single month's jobless figures because it underscores the danger that the U.S. may be close to having what the Europeans have long called their "structural" unemployment problem. As the nearby chart shows, the employment ratio fell off a cliff in 2008 and hasn't been able to climb more than a little of the way back. This reflects the overall lack of job creation and helps to explain why the larger jobless rate, which includes "discouraged" workers who have left the workforce, remains a dispiriting 13.1%.
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RichClem » 11 Jan 2014 12:46 pm wrote:

Yes, we all know that you lie with the greatest of ease.

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More about the horrific Obama Economy, which will be ignored by liberals. :\



Reagan's philosophy - carried on by Bush - created the mess Obama is cleaning up.


FACT!
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Skeptic » 16 Dec 2013 3:49 pm wrote:
Greece and Spain are failing precisely BECAUSE of Austerity.


:rofl:

And with that moonbat humor in mind, here's more news about the glorious Obama Economy.

Record 20% of Households on Food Stamps in '13...
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/ali-mey ... tamps-2013
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Lostphoenix » 29 Nov 2013 9:29 am wrote:
you wouldn't be happy if you were fucked to death with a gold prick!

:rofl: :rofl:
Typical answer of a liberal when given something they can't refute. here is my favorite graph.

The graph starts at the end of Carters stagflation and the rising was caused by Reagan lowering the tax rates and spending.
The graph ends with the Obama administration. Obama has killed all gains Reagan bought us.
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We are now lower than the Carter stagflation took us. Great job by Obama to fix the economy. Any more help and we will be bankrupt if not already.
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Cannonpointer » 15 Feb 2014 1:29 am wrote:
Post after post after post of this unadulterated, predictable, easily reproduced shit - and the guy was deeply offended when informed that he was not profum disputatio material. No links. No ARGUMENTS. Just ad hominems, logical fallacies, and pure haff-kaffing, harrumphing bullshit. POST AFTER POST AFTER POST. The guy brings NOTHING to the table.


Here's more "nothing" for the psychotic.

Who somehow never managed to see the many,many sources I cite. :loco:

RichClem » 07 Dec 2013 8:44 am wrote:
Facts? Liberals don't need no steeking facts! :loco:

Obama's Recovery: Still 7.3 Million Jobs Below Average

....The country is still 1.3 million jobs shy of its previous peak, set in January 2008. And that's to say nothing of the fact that the country has added 14 million to its working-age population since then. Labor force participation remains at decades-long lows and the ranks of the long-term unemployed at historic highs.

This weak job market continues to depress wages. In fact, median household income is 4.3% below where it was when the recovery started, and it moved sideways all year.
http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorial ... z2mtr5PEMp
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RichClem » 10 Dec 2013 9:28 am wrote:
And as usual, deafening silence from liberals in the face of Obama's catastrophic failure.


Or their usual silly bleating.

Happy Stimulus Day, everyone! A few days late. :rofl:

White House touts stimulus as Americans see 'unemployment' as nation's top challenge...
President Obama's economists celebrated the fifth anniversary of the 2009 stimulus Monday, even as a new Gallup survey finds that Americans see unemployment as the biggest problem facing the country....

"Americans have a new No. 1 problem," Gallup reports in a survey that was also released Monday. "Nearly one in four Americans mention jobs and unemployment as the most important problem facing the country, up from 16 percent in January."
http://washingtonexaminer.com/white-hou ... le/2544145
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