Obama's opening fiscal cliff bid seeks debt limit hike stimulus

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    Re: Obama's opening fiscal cliff bid seeks debt limit hike stimulus

    That's a bit like attempting to stop arterial bleeding from a wrist wound by chopping off the arm, isn't it?

     

     
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    Re: Obama's opening fiscal cliff bid seeks debt limit hike stimulus

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    In response to NO MO O's comment:
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    More Stim !!!!

    Take the cash to vegas and bet it all on one hand.

    You'll have better odds than allowing Barry to pay off more political debts.

     

    What WAS the average cost per job created under the OLD stim.. $200K ?

    it's a shock this came out AFTER the election.

    Still waiting for the next GM "gift" because they are going down.  

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    Ford is laying off too.  

    It`s a great economy though.........didn`t you hear? We`re in a recovery. (eye-roll)

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    Average cost per job of the last stimulus was @$400K.

    We have been in recovery for 3 years, supposedly.  Great economy.  Just great.

    This is the new normal:  high unemployment, negligible growth, shrinking assets (by plan) for the middle class.

    In some fairness, the best Romney would have done is slow the decay a bit.

     
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    Re: Obama's opening fiscal cliff bid seeks debt limit hike stimulus

    Simpletons again lying about the cost per job.  Its always the same bogus calculation of taking the cost of a plan that will extend over several years, creating millions of jobs each year, and dividing it by the jobs created in just one of those years.

    Its the same fuzzy math that opponents of the school lunch program, which is to to take an estimate of the cost of that program over the next five years, then divide it by the number of lunches provided in just one of those years, and assert that the program was hugely wasteful, because it cost $15 per lunch.

    The true cost per job of the Obama plan is closer to $100,000,  and the net cost will be as little as $60,000 once you take into account the fact that a stronger economy means higher tax receipts.

    Arithmetic has a liberal bias.

     
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    Re: Obama's opening fiscal cliff bid seeks debt limit hike stimulus

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    Simpletons again lying about the cost per job.  Its always the same bogus calculation of taking the cost of a plan that will extend over several years, creating millions of jobs each year, and dividing it by the jobs created in just one of those years.

    Its the same fuzzy math that opponents of the school lunch program, which is to to take an estimate of the cost of that program over the next five years, then divide it by the number of lunches provided in just one of those years, and assert that the program was hugely wasteful, because it cost $15 per lunch.

    The true cost per job of the Obama plan is closer to $100,000,  and the net cost will be as little as $60,000 once you take into account the fact that a stronger economy means higher tax receipts.

    Arithmetic has a liberal bias.

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    You are nuts.  Your math doesn't hold.

    But, besides that, the stimulus did-not-work.  Get it through your skull.  The unemployment picture never improved, it got worse.  Look at the u-6.

     
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    Re: Obama's opening fiscal cliff bid seeks debt limit hike stimulus

    According to the righties..... Obama increasing deficit in year one is bad.  Romney increasing deficit for 10 years is good.

     
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