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Unemployment down to 7.5%,Dow Industrials hits 15,000 for first time, S&P hits 1600 for first time

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we are so blessed to have Obama's leadership.

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Can't find a job? Go on disability. You get paid for doing nothing and the unemployment rate goes down.

Win, Win.

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I'm going to refrain from giving an economic diagnosis.

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QE infinity = "Awesome Stocks"

Not being counted against employable metrics = "awesome jobs recovery"

 

Do we actually believe that the economy is getting better for those in the middle and below?

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Can't find a job? Go on disability. You get paid for doing nothing and the unemployment rate goes down.

Win, Win.

 

That's the truth and it's been happening since Clinton. It needs to be addressed.

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$85B / 165k = not bad....only takes $51k/month to create a single job. Woohoo!!!

Bernanke has got to pick up the pace if we want to get down to 5%.

 

I have this image of BeBe as Lucy standing beside the conveyor belt, shoving those chocolates (BONDS) anywhere he can to hide them. Now who is Ethel?

 

 

 

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Can't find a job? Go on disability. You get paid for doing nothing and the unemployment rate goes down.

Win, Win.

 

My mother in law tried to get disability a while back. She was in a real bad way, in pain on the time, and they still denied her.

 

Easier said than done.

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Its sad that conservatives wish the economy was doing poorly to fulfill their political agenda.

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