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In the Obama Presidency moderately means slow, without cars and homes the economy is flat as a pancake. The only reason both are selling is interest is practically zero, put that back where it should be and watch those stall.
unemployment remains high at 7.8 percent...even so Obama hands our work permits to foreign workers and is planning amnesty for another 8Million foreign workers.
A fed survey saying the economy is cooking?
Sure pal. What else you got?
Republicans hate bad news.
NEWPAPER: "Republicans hate bad news." ___Have you heard of the Federal Reserve?, Are you familiar with the term..quantitative easing-do you understand the government is printing money as a last ditch effort to try to stimulate a dead economy? Subtract back out the money printing from gdp & we're in a recession.
It's not Obama's fault that Mitt Romney and his friends have been so successful and shipping our jobs and their millions overseas. THAT is what's wrong with our economy. And cutting taxes and spending won't change that one bit.
I'm sure not too many of you got raises in the past 10 years, but your bosses and CEOs salary went up and up. Under Bush or Obama.
atoonce: No mention of flooding the US Labor pool with 16Million foreing workers in your analysis. therefore...half baked.
Hmm..economy is picking up
My sister's small business has been in the tank the last three years (no improvement) and my lose their house..
My daughter lost her management position in Sept and
no job prospect 4 month later
My nephew (construction) got laid off three weeks ago,,,they just had a child in Nov with a heart defect.
My niece's husband (father of three) lost his job 8 month ago and as of yet no job prospects.....
multiply that by hundreds of thousands and you have the "OBAMA'S ECONOMY", TEMP JOBS..LOW WAGES...ETC
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