Jobs Report - still 8.2%

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    "Weak hiring continues into June as sluggish economy generates only 80,000 new jobs, well below expectations, keeping unemployment rate at 8.2 percent."

    Note to Romney - HAMMER TIME !!!!!
     
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    Not to worry, obama is going to focus on jobs any day now

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    As soon as Romney is elected job creation will skyrocket! 400,000 - 500,000 a month starting in December 2012 right?

    Suckers!
     
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    Obama's job report sucks ass.

    Deal with the reality of that before worrying about what President-Elect Romney is going to do. It's going to take him 8 years to clean up Obama's miserable failures.
     
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    And one third of those jobs are at temp agencies...
     
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    Warrior, you really need to stop this. Don't you know that to bring up this bad news only confirms that you are RACIST. Manufacturing is DOWN; Housing is abysmal; Jobs are anemic at best; but you've got to listen to that nameless, faceless voice that keeps droning on and on over the Obama Broadcasting Network (MSNBC). So go stand in line like a good little citizen and behave yourself otherwise you're going to wind up in a re-education camp.
     
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    The parallels between the pre-depression economic cliff hanger conditions and today are getting to be alarming to say the least.
    Plutocratic policies of the early 1900's concentrated wealth, corrupted the nations banks and Wall Street stock values were exponentially over-valued. As well as the general welfare of the economy was based on debt spending...just like the last 30 years today. Americans had a negative savings rate through the 1910's and 20's - just like the 1990's-2000's. Americans were over purchasing in the 20's boom just like we were over purchasing in the 80's boom.
    And both economies were entirely built on over-consumption and "debt as income" mentality and corruption.
    We are sitting on a time-bomb. The $700 billion bank windfall has prolonged the inevitable, QE3 will prolong it a little longer - but at the same time the top 3 U.S. banks have over $100 trillion in derivative exposure now. $100 trillion people.
    It is a matter of when and not if.
     
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    What happened to 5.6% unemployment by mid-2012, if the stimulus is passed?
     

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