Weak June Job Report Shows Failure Effect Of GOP Hate Of Spending And Making Things!

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    Nothing has happened in the private sector job market for two months. The Republicans won elections in state and local government. The spending slowed, and those jobs went away.

    Manufacturing was hit with major weather and epicenter event kinds of slowdowns, and so in the June Employment Situation report is the following paragraph.

    "Manufacturing employment changed little in June. Following gains totaling 164,000
    between November 2010 and April 2011, employment in this industry has been flat for
    the past 2 months. In June, job gains in fabricated metal products (+8,000) were
    partially offset by a loss in wood products (-5,000)."

    There have been no-big paying jobs added, now, for two months--keeping spending, and employment, flat.

    Not only are houses under water, but entire communities are under water, roads are under water, railways are under water. The Northern Japan manufacturing areas were epically under water.

    The Anti-Spending Positioning of the Party of Herbert Hoover was not woriking then, and is not working now. The spending was taken away by the Party of Herbert Hoover, and the state and local jobs have gone away: Nearly 90,000 in two months.

    The spending on parts and tool and products were taken away by events, and not much job growth happened!

    Taking away the spending in the stores and the shops advocated by Boehner-Cantor-McConnell-Bachman-Romney-Huntsman-Cain-McCain-Palin-Paul-Paul-et. al.: Does not work! The taking away of the spending does not create any jobs.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!:
    (Lands of Many Maybe Now Find Many Seeking Answers From Great One-Armed Bandits, 24/7: With numbers increasing!)
     
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    That is an absolutely false statement
     
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    Mascale is our resident Rain Main. Don't pay attention to him.
     
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    CatholicCrusadr likely can't even see the Truth in the famous crucifix statues and pictures, "Jesus Comments Unfavorably On The Law Of Moses!"

    The GOP demands balanced budgets, and spending curtailments. April 6, 2011, U. S. Government Accounting released its report:

    "Since most state and local governments are required to balance their operating budgets, the declining fiscal conditions shown in our simulations suggest that these governments would need to make substantial policy changes to avoid growing fiscal imbalances. That is, absent any intervention or policy changes, state and local governments would face an increasing gap between receipts and expenditures in the coming years. One of the factors contributing to the near-term fiscal picture is the decline in the sector's tax receipts. Total tax receipts declined nearly 5 percent from 2008 to 2009. Personal income and sales taxes accounted for most of the 2009 decline, dropping about 16 percent and 5 percent respectively. In 2010, neither receipt category grew more than 2 percent. In addition, 2010total tax receipts still remained below their 2008 level as well as their 2008 share of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This April 2011 update to our model incorporates these near-term revenue changes as well as recent expenditure data but focuses on the long-term outlook for state and local governments as a sector. The decline in the sector's operating balance over time is primarily driven by rising health-related costs. Because most state and local governments are required to balance their operating budgets, the declining fiscal conditions shown in our simulations suggest the fiscal pressures the sector faces and foreshadow the extent to which these governments will need to make substantial policy changes to avoid growing fiscal imbalances."

    What the Party of Herbert Hoover wants to have happen will not work. The Republicans won at state and local government, and no jobs now are being created in that sector.

    But the, people like CatholicCrusadr have trouble with the Truth, even when it stares them in the face! As for their predatory clergy. . .Much of that is History!

    People know now what Catholics believe in, and with houses worth less than their mortgages to boot. They supported the Law in Nazi Germany. They support the Law even now!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Many squaws come to Lands of Many Nations: Forgetting About History!)
     
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    Republicans forced Obama to extend the Bush tax cuts.

    Republicans forced Obama to make tax cuts nearly half the "stimulus" package.

    The 12 largest companies in the US get billions from the gov and pay nothing in taxes.

    Oil companies get subsidies.

    And still Republicans think their failed policies will work if given just a little more time.

    Well they won't. They've failed. Period. End of story.
     
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    So you're blaming Republicans for, "U.S. economy added only 18,000 jobs in June, much worse than expected. Jobless rate up to 9.2%."

    Are you a freaking moron, or what?
     
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    NAFTA and GATT need to be repealed. Tariffs need to be placed against all imports. The Federal Reserve needs to be audited. Glass Steagall needs to be put back in place. Then and only then will jobs return to the U.S.

    Which politicians do you hear discussing these things?
     
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    I can't tell if the OP is serious or is juxtaposing the typical Republican narrative.

    If it's serious, it's pretty silly.
     
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    So if the Republicans caused all of that then what exactly is the point of having the Demorats in office?
     
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    So you're saying the Obama is WEAK? Thanks for clearing that up..
    Just like the vote on the Iraq war, those darn Democrats DIDN'T KNOW what they were signing on to....PATHETIC Liberals are, always someone else's FAULT..:lol:
     

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