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Red Blooded American
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Finally!
After killing employment, small business, budgets and the ecomomy, in general, the socialist democrats have finally succeeded in shrinking the GDP. The nation's gross domestic product shrank for the first time in 3 1/2 years during the fourth quarter, declining at an annual rate of 0.1% between October and December. It was the first time the broad measure of all goods and services produced by the economy contracted since the recovery from the financial crisis began. Liberals everywhere should be ecstatic! Their plan to ruin America is working and their boy is the perfect answer to kill what's left.

U.S. Economy Contracts in Fourth Quarter - WSJ.com

For the simple-minded that can't understand large words. America is dying - not recovering.
 

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Obama is a deranged lunatic. His (Soro's really) economic policies are failures. Being Soro's lackey is going to catch up with him and all the fools that believe in his socialist utopia.
 

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Doc, none of your assertion is supported by that article. Things are getting better, like it or not.

Really? Where would that be? Food stamp line? Welfare line? Unemployment line?

I have a good friend that has been looking for work for five montths. College degree, great track record, model employee, family man the perfect hire.
Has been on dozens of interviews (one where they admitted they were going to interview two hundred people).

He just got a job offer today, it's less than 50% of what he was making.

You call that good?

You really are an idiot.


BTW IDIOT, he was laid off due to obammy care.
 

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Really? Where would that be? Food stamp line? Welfare line? Unemployment line?

I have a good friend that has been looking for work for five montths. College degree, great track record, model employee, family man the perfect hire.
Has been on dozens of interviews (one where they admitted they were going to interview two hundred people).

He just got a job offer today, it's less than 50% of what he was making.

You call that good?

You really are an idiot.


BTW IDIOT, he was laid off due to obammy care.
Yes, that is exactly what R&J considers "better".

The time is near when it no longer matters WHY these imbeciles think the way they do, only that they do think that way.

This Nation is far beyond the parameters that led to a civil war in our past, this POS in OUR WH is a fucking disgrace, and those who follow him like self serving blind lemmings are the only thing worse.
He does worse shit before lunch on any given day than what Nixon resigned over.
Our BIGGEST CROOK in the Country is our own AG....

This shit is off the hook.
 

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Yes, that is exactly what R&J considers "better".

The time is near when it no longer matters WHY these imbeciles think the way they do, only that they do think that way.

This Nation is far beyond the parameters that led to a civil war in our past, this POS in OUR WH is a fucking disgrace, and those who follow him like self serving blind lemmings are the only thing worse.
He does worse shit before lunch on any given day than what Nixon resigned over.
Our BIGGEST CROOK in the Country is our own AG....

This shit is off the hook.


"What difference, at this point, does it make?" Hillary Clinton after killing four Patriots.

Rods dream girl:)sphss:)hand
 

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Doc, none of your assertion is supported by that article. Things are getting better, like it or not.
What kind of glasses do you wear? Rose colored I suspect. :no:
 

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Doc, none of your assertion is supported by that article. Things are getting better, like it or not.
Permit me to ask direct questions Rod:
Is the debt less today? (no, it's growing like a weed, out of control with another request for debt ceiling increase)
Is the deficit growing or shrinking? (it's nearly double since your hero took office)
Are taxes on the rise or going down? (despite the promise of only those making $250K or more getting hit, all American workers now pay higher taxes)
Is unemployment better now than when your hero took office? (calculated the way it was back then we now have greater unemployment than in the great depression)
Is our GDP continuing to increase? (no! The article clearly shows we are headed South now)

Is your liberal mind so open that your brain fell out? (it must have for you to consider things better - like it or not.

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Come on Rod, tell us all how this is great for America again or is it just that your government checks continue to come in and your union dues is paid in full that makes it so great?

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Here is more economic news from today:

"The economy in the U.S. unexpectedly came to a standstill in the fourth quarter as the biggest plunge in defense spending in four decades swamped gains for consumers and businesses."

"A decline in government outlays and a smaller gain in stockpiles subtracted a combined 2.6 percentage points from growth."

"Rising auto sales boosted consumer spending last quarter as a drop in fuel prices and the largest income gain in four years enabled the biggest part of the economy to overcome superstorm Sandy and Washington budget battles."

"Purchases of durable goods, including automobiles, climbed at a 13.9 percent rate, the most in two years. Cars and light trucks sold at a 15.3 million annual rate in December after a 15.5 million pace the prior month, the best back-to-back showing since early 2008."

"After-tax income rose at a 6.8 percent annual rate from October through December, the biggest increase since the second quarter of 2008."

"The GDP report also showed price pressures remain contained."

This is one of my personal favorites Doc "Residential construction increased at a 15.3 percent rate. For all of 2012, homebuilding climbed 11.9 percent, the best performance since 1992."

"Government outlays dropped at a 6.6 percent annual pace from October through December."

Just a few facts from today, less the cute cartoons.
 

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Here is more economic news from today:

"The economy in the U.S. unexpectedly came to a standstill in the fourth quarter as the biggest plunge in defense spending in four decades swamped gains for consumers and businesses."

"A decline in government outlays and a smaller gain in stockpiles subtracted a combined 2.6 percentage points from growth."

"Rising auto sales boosted consumer spending last quarter as a drop in fuel prices and the largest income gain in four years enabled the biggest part of the economy to overcome superstorm Sandy and Washington budget battles."

"Purchases of durable goods, including automobiles, climbed at a 13.9 percent rate, the most in two years. Cars and light trucks sold at a 15.3 million annual rate in December after a 15.5 million pace the prior month, the best back-to-back showing since early 2008."

"After-tax income rose at a 6.8 percent annual rate from October through December, the biggest increase since the second quarter of 2008."

"The GDP report also showed price pressures remain contained."

This is one of my personal favorites Doc "Residential construction increased at a 15.3 percent rate. For all of 2012, homebuilding climbed 11.9 percent, the best performance since 1992."

"Government outlays dropped at a 6.6 percent annual pace from October through December."

Just a few facts from today, less the cute cartoons.
hil:)
 

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Red Blooded American
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Just a few facts from today, less the cute cartoons.
I noticed you ran and hid from my questions Rod. Was there a reason you didn't address these primary issues America now faces?

Now, as for finding what supports your beliefs, anyone can do that. Here is more current news that says things are bleak, at best:

Economic growth shrinks in fourth quarter

US recovery stalls after first quarter of negative growth in three years | Business | The Guardian

Or, if you need further proof with cute cartoons - which we like to call "verifiable charts" you can look at the following chart from the St Louis Fed which clearly shows, as of the just completed quarter, US GDP "growth" since the "recovery" is now the worst in US history, having just dipped below the heretofore lowest on record.

GDP recovery.jpg
 

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Doc, none of your assertion is supported by that article. Things are getting better, like it or not.
Where the phuck do you live? In central Cali it is getting worse. What the phuck color are your glasses? Oh Ya. Rose. You are about a ignorant fool sir.
 

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Doc, none of your assertion is supported by that article. Things are getting better, like it or not.
This guy is getting food stamps and welfare and everything else that is handed out by HIS government......evidently!:(((((( Come the fuck on dude,what world are you living in?:sleeping:
 

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Did anyone read the article Doc posted? It actually supports alot of what Rod said.

For the record, I'm not defending anyone here. I just read the complete article and find that for the most part, it has little gloom and doom. Rather, it states that with a few exceptions primarily to defense contracters, overall, things are currently and prospectively looking better.

I'm just sayin.
 

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Here is more economic news from today:

"The economy in the U.S. unexpectedly came to a standstill in the fourth quarter as the biggest plunge in defense spending in four decades swamped gains for consumers and businesses."

"A decline in government outlays and a smaller gain in stockpiles subtracted a combined 2.6 percentage points from growth."

"Rising auto sales boosted consumer spending last quarter as a drop in fuel prices and the largest income gain in four years enabled the biggest part of the economy to overcome superstorm Sandy and Washington budget battles."

"Purchases of durable goods, including automobiles, climbed at a 13.9 percent rate, the most in two years. Cars and light trucks sold at a 15.3 million annual rate in December after a 15.5 million pace the prior month, the best back-to-back showing since early 2008."

"After-tax income rose at a 6.8 percent annual rate from October through December, the biggest increase since the second quarter of 2008."

"The GDP report also showed price pressures remain contained."

This is one of my personal favorites Doc "Residential construction increased at a 15.3 percent rate. For all of 2012, homebuilding climbed 11.9 percent, the best performance since 1992."

"Government outlays dropped at a 6.6 percent annual pace from October through December."

Just a few facts from today, less the cute cartoons.



Your dreaming, you idiot!!!
 

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Here is more economic news from today:

"The economy in the U.S. unexpectedly came to a standstill in the fourth quarter as the biggest plunge in defense spending in four decades swamped gains for consumers and businesses."

"A decline in government outlays and a smaller gain in stockpiles subtracted a combined 2.6 percentage points from growth."

"Rising auto sales boosted consumer spending last quarter as a drop in fuel prices and the largest income gain in four years enabled the biggest part of the economy to overcome superstorm Sandy and Washington budget battles."

"Purchases of durable goods, including automobiles, climbed at a 13.9 percent rate, the most in two years. Cars and light trucks sold at a 15.3 million annual rate in December after a 15.5 million pace the prior month, the best back-to-back showing since early 2008."

"After-tax income rose at a 6.8 percent annual rate from October through December, the biggest increase since the second quarter of 2008."

"The GDP report also showed price pressures remain contained."

This is one of my personal favorites Doc "Residential construction increased at a 15.3 percent rate. For all of 2012, homebuilding climbed 11.9 percent, the best performance since 1992."

"Government outlays dropped at a 6.6 percent annual pace from October through December."

Just a few facts from today, less the cute cartoons.
Spin it Rod, SPIN IT... Whatever lets you sleep at night... ;)
 

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Did anyone read the article Doc posted? It actually supports alot of what Rod said.

For the record, I'm not defending anyone here. I just read the complete article and find that for the most part, it has little gloom and doom. Rather, it states that with a few exceptions primarily to defense contracters, overall, things are currently and prospectively looking better.

I'm just sayin.
X26. :))THumbsUp I don't need no useless charts to see that the economy is looking better here in So Cal / Orange County. Unemployment is going down and housing is on fire again. :partyguy: We just hired a couple more engineers and field guys. Malls and restaurants are full and people are spending lots of $$$$$$$$$$$$. :wink2:
 
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