More bad news for the Dems...

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    http://news.myway.com/top/article/id/63342|top|05-06-2004::12:24|reuters.html

    Dang. That blasted economy keeps getting better and better. I guess Kerry's going to have to dig up some more medals to run on now.
     
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    LOL Yeah, the economy is a lost issue for them, the GOP has always been more fiscally responsible anyway.

    THE RIGHT IS RIGHT
     
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    You call the current administration fiscally responsible? They've built the budget deficit right back up after all the hard work that Clinton put into getting rid of it. This administration has given massive tax breaks to the wealthy and to their corporate friends and then spent money like it was going out of style. The GOP and President Bush aren't fiscally responsible.

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    Clinton? What a friggin selective memory. It was NEwt shutting down the government several times that forced Clinton to balance the Budget.

    As for Bush, yes inflation is starting to show and i am concerned. I think raising the interest rates will help with that though. With that said, every War has cost money and has caused some short term infaltion due to the spending.
     
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    Companies Add 288,000 Jobs to Payrolls

    4 minutes ago

    By LEIGH STROPE, AP Labor Writer

    WASHINGTON - Employers added 288,000 jobs to their payrolls in April as the nation's unemployment rate slipped to 5.6 percent, reinforcing hopes for a sustained turnaround in the jobs market that had lagged for so long.

    Payrolls have risen now for eight straight months, with 867,000 new jobs created so far this year, the Labor Department (news - web sites) reported Friday. The strengthening jobs market comes just in time to aid President Bush (news - web sites)'s re-election efforts, which were in question a few months ago based on his economic record.


    Bush is on track to be the first president since the Great Depression to have lost jobs under his watch. But the spate of hiring gains in recent months have shrank those losses to about 1.5 million.


    Hiring was widespread last month, with the service sector leading the way. Professional and business services employment rose substantially, by 123,000. In that category, gains were in employment services, including temporary help firms, services to buildings and dwellings, management and technical consulting services and architectural and engineering services.
     
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    We're consolidating power by stealing a few pander tricks from the dems, it's unfortunate, but we must defeat libs once and for all. Their attitude towards national security alone should preclude them from ever holding elected office again.

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