2004 Job Creation Is Best in Five Years (bad news for the anti-Bush losers)

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    One of the reasons Bush got re-elected: a strong economy.
     
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    Well according to Working Man our employment situation is so bad we shouldn't even be donating money to Tsunami victims.

    http://www.usmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16422
     
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    That's pretty fucked up for him to say that about those tsunami victims.
     
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    Let's see if my memory is still functioning . . .

    As I recall libs first denounced the economy and said it was going into the toilet.

    Then, when they could no longer sustain that lie, they claimed that it was a "jobless" recovery.

    When that falsehood evaporated, they then claimed that the only jobs being created were undesirable, minimum wage, poverty level jobs.

    What do you suppose their next assertion will be?
     
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    That the reported numbers are a falsehood generated by the dictator Bush , actually by Cheney, they think Bush would be to dumb to think of such a scheme. :D
     
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    Carl Rove bought off all of those reporting the numbers?
     
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    Oh, and the numbers were tallied on Black-Box voting machines! Those evil machines...
     
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    Hehe, I've been listening to Mike Malloy for kicks (one twisted and disturbing man by the way, but in the strange way, I almost pity a creature with that amount of hatred inside of him) and the way he talks about "The Machines"...you would think they just acheived self-awareness and were now ruling America through a shadow government
     
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    Nope. Don't buy it at all. When machinists, electronic techs, software engineers, manufacturing engineers (and techs) are all being let go due to off shore outsourcing,,, the figures don't show me the areas of job growth..

    Show me where this country is creating jobs that will increase the technical base for any of the above professions. Show me where this country is increasing its ability to build and maintain its military/commercial aerospace, or commercial ship building industry.. Or even its rails system.

    Show me where this country is bolstering its abilty to do what we did in the late 1920s through 1950's,,,, then I will believe we are heading for better days.
     

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