9.2% Unemployment?

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Re: 9.2% Unemployment?

Postby VoteMout » Mon Aug 07, 2017 3:41 pm

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Re: 9.2% Unemployment?

Postby Demon Hunter » Sat Jan 06, 2018 12:32 pm

Looked at the unemployment rates for African Americans Cate? They are doing better under a man they hate than they did for 8 years under Obama.
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Re: 9.2% Unemployment?

Postby Cate McCalley » Sat Jan 06, 2018 1:48 pm

Demon Hunter wrote:Looked at the unemployment rates for African Americans Cate? They are doing better under a man they hate than they did for 8 years under Obama.


148,000 jobs were added in 2017. That less than the 200,000 plus jobs predicted. Unemployment rates have been steadily declining since 2011, when the nation began showing signs of recovery from the Great Recession, Housing & Financial market crashes of 2007 through 2009. The U.S economic picture today is very close and on track to what our leading Economist predicted it would be in 2008.

The inflated U.S stock market isn’t benefiting the 55% of the U.S. population that have no personal, job related or retirement related investment in it. Although every other westernized stock market in the world is bubbling at the same pace the U.S., the beneficiaries are more equally spread across their populations.

I know you would like to think Trump had a positive impact on today’s economic gains. Unfortunately you won’t find any leading economist to agree with you.

In a couple of years, we will be able to revisit Trump’s tax cuts. It should be an interesting discussion on the impact of Trump & the Republican Congress Tax re-write that favor 80% of the wealthiest in our nation.


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Re: 9.2% Unemployment?

Postby Demon Hunter » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:00 am

So you admitted that unemployment has increased since 2011?
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Re: 9.2% Unemployment?

Postby Cate McCalley » Fri Jan 19, 2018 11:19 am

Demon Hunter wrote:So you admitted that unemployment has increased since 2011?


Huh? Are you commenting on my post? If so, I suggest you read it again.


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Re: 9.2% Unemployment?

Postby Political Plague » Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:30 pm

She's blaming Obama lol.
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Re: 9.2% Unemployment?

Postby Cate McCalley » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:11 am

Political Plague wrote:She's blaming Obama lol.


I’m not ‘blaming’ anyone. I credit Obama with listening to our nation’s top economic minds advice on a recovery of the Great Recession, that instituted a stimulation package, steadily decreased unemployment numbers & rebuilt confidence in our financial institutions.

It’s been a painful but necessary slow economic recovery. But it certainly didn’t address our nations long term problem of increased national debt, and future GDP. Those are bears our nation’s top economist still can’t get their arms around.

PP, choosing the very best methods that will keep our nation and it’s people at the top of the food chain is no simple task. Considering the U.S. population is a mere 5% of the world’s total population, there’s incredible competition and pressure from the other 95% that are aspiring to improve their nation and their own peoples lot.

No nation, including our own, can withstand the kind of political division prevalent in our country today. If we expect to remain a free country, we must resolve our issues by the means originated in our Constitution. This Republic must protect it’s democratic institutions to remain a democracy. We the people first duty is to direct those we elect to run a democracy to preserve and protect it. This means protecting it from special interest and foreign influence. Then our elected representation can get to work on bipartisan legislation that can address our nation’s most critical needs.


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