We continue to see some very positive trends in America

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    Your ignorance is truly astounding. It is no wonder that you are a low IQ left-wing voter...
    Black, Hispanic unemployment rates hit record lows in April
     
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    Comprehension problems again?
     
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    Now you idiots are arguing only Blacks and Hispanics work. :cuckoo:
    In spite of your moving the goalposts, Clinton had UE down to 3.8%.
     
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    Nice straw man. I would probably build one of those too if I were humiliated in front of everyone as you just were. President Trump and the Republicans have hit record lows in unemployment.

    The African-American community always does better under conservatives. That’s because the left likes them ignorant, destitute, and planted firmly on the government plantation so that they will continue to vote Dumbocrat.
     
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    The average American worker is being trolled and replaced by hard working Mexicans. I think of Samuel Gompers. Why ?
     
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    We continue to see some very positive trends in the U.S.
    Thankfully, the black community is starting to wake up to the fact that the Dumbocrats have kept them in poverty for 75 years now.

    Black to Right - Stephen Mansfield.TV
     
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    Remember anything less than 20 bucks an hour isn't a real job. One has to simply tolerate something less than that.
     
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    I'm so tired of Americans (especially on the left) claiming we shouldn't cut something because it is a "drop in the bucket". Every damn dollar that we could have saved ignoring that left-wing lunacy would easily have exceed $1 trillion by now.
    This is a great start (as was President Trump's recent Executive Order regarding labor union workers in the federal government - which is expected to save $100 million per year). We need to start stripping every single penny we can. Those pennies will add up to trillions.

    Republican Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Rescind $15 Billion in Spending
     

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