More Economic Good News....Economy adds 151,000 jobs in october

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    It's still not good enough but it's better than shedding them at 800,000 a month like we were doing at the end of the Bush Regime.

    Look for the wingnuts to completely ignore this thread.
     
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    No...they won't ignore it

    They will start attacking good news about the economy shortly
     
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    Unemployment is still pretty high.
     
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    Unemployment never reached the levels of the Reagan and Bush the Greater recessions. And we had the largest financial sector meltdown since the Great Depression.

    Thanks Mr. President Barrack Husein Obama.
     
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    You know, it's odd.

    I work for a Major Corp.

    They waived our auto-matic annual raises 2 years straight, claiming that it's due to the Recession and Economic uncertainty.

    Meanwhile, the CEO's going on all kinds of Financial shows, talking about how we're making record profits and we're a strong company.

    I smell rotten fish.

    And I'll tell you what.

    An Obama is a Bush is a Clinton is a Reagan.
     
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    The economy is recovering thanks to the Congress and the president.

    We are going to be ok moving forward.
     
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    To sum up:

    Financial kept from going under.
    Auto Industry rescued.
    Depression averted.
    Government payroll decreasing (Government downsizing!)
    Deficit decreased from 2009 to 2010.
    Taxes cut.
    Jobs saved.

    And now..Job growth.

    While they may not bash Obama for the job growth..look for Republicans to take credit for it.
     
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    Looks like the wingnuts are completely ignoring the thread.

    What a surprise.
     
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    This is incorrect. The rate of unemployment during the recession of the early 90s peaked at 8%.

    Google - public data
     

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