Attack joblessness, Minneapolis Fed leader says

  • Article by: Adam Belz , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 26, 2013 - 10:27 PM

Minneapolis’ Kocherlakota calls for more bond buying, not less, to stimulate the economy and help lower the unemployment rate.

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sumyounguySep. 26, 13 9:38 PM

Bill Gates could give every man, woman, and child each a million dollars without batting an eye. Now that would put a shot of spending money everywhere!

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twinsajsfSep. 26, 1310:15 PM

No, the Tea Party knows best; just keep cutting, cutting, cutting. Jobs are of no importance.

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holstjSep. 27, 13 2:13 PM

If "everyone" was given a million dollars it be meaningless as the poorest person would still be the poorest and the price of everything would rise proportionally.

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tnesleySep. 27, 13 3:17 PM

The Tea Party is about smaller, less intrusive, , more efficient government...period. Have the federal government live within it's means like all states and households do. Does not seem that extream to me. If we want federal spending at the current levels, raise taxes across the board.

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9moonsSep. 27, 13 4:35 PM

A banker that gets it. Unlike Ayn Randian Alan Greenspan who helped navigate the economy(along with Bush boy) into a depression.

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Mrs.JackJonesSep. 27, 13 4:50 PM

Because of Obama care, the day of the full time 40 hour work week is a thing of the past. Statistics show that less than 25 percent of the new jobs created, were 40 hr jobs. Most were 29 hr or commission only sales jobs or the professional - MD/PT jobs.

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clnorthSep. 27, 13 6:24 PM

twinsajsf. What has been cut? The Federal Budget gets larger every year. Your cuts are actually a reduction in the amount of increase. Stop drinking the Obama Koolaid. It is pretty pathetic that we are five years in and we are still talking about this.

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