Unemployment at a 44 month low

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    Better but still not at what obama promised unemployment would be now. He said it would be under 6 percent now and its just getting under 8.




    Stop lying.  The president never promised 6% unemployment.




    How bout you stop lying to yourself.

    In 2009 team obama said by If the stimulous was passed unemployment would be below 6% by 2012. Did he not say that??? Go shoot yourself in the face Idiot.




    I just posted the article documenting Obama`s verbiage and exactly what the lying fool said.  He was an incompetent idiot then, he`s only gotten worse since.

    Doesn`t matter that ,yet again, Luser99 is proven completely WRONG............he/she can`t read or understand.




    I get it though, they gotta lie to make themselves feel better about thier totally incompetant messiah by lying.

     
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    Better but still not at what obama promised unemployment would be now. He said it would be under 6 percent now and its just getting under 8.




    Stop lying.  The president never promised 6% unemployment.




    How bout you stop lying to yourself.

    In 2009 team obama said by If the stimulous was passed unemployment would be below 6% by 2012. Did he not say that??? Go shoot yourself in the face Idiot.



    Best way to prove User wrong is to post a link to the quote. If he said it then it should be available.

     



    I dont really care they dont listen anyways. They just discredit the source and say thats not true  Blah blah blah

     
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    Did the president promise 6% unemployment?

    Politifact:  False

     

    http://www.politifact.com/ohio/statements/2012/may/17/bob-latta/bob-latta-says-obama-promised-stimulus-plan-would-/

    The report, which others also have cited, projected that the stimulus plan proposed by Obama would create 3 million to 4 million jobs by the end of 2010. The report also included a chart predicting unemployment rates with and without the stimulus. Without the stimulus (the baseline), unemployment was projected to hit about 8.5 percent in 2009 and then continue rising to a peak of about 9 percent in 2010. With the stimulus, they predicted the unemployment rate would peak at just under 8 percent in 2009.

    The chart projects the current unemployment rate at about 6 percent with the stimulus, and about 6.5 percent without it.

    As Latta's staff rightly noted, the unemployment rate went higher. It peaked at just above 10 percent in early 2010 before falling to 8.1 percent in the most recent period.

    But what we saw from the administration in January 2009, before Obama took office, was a projection, not a promise. We could find no instance of anyone in the administration directly making a public promise. And the projection came with heavy disclaimers.

    "It should be understood that all of the estimates presented in this memo are subject to significant margins of error," the report states. "There is the more fundamental uncertainty that comes with any estimate of the effects of a program. Our estimates of economic relationships and rules of thumb are derived from historical experience and so will not apply exactly in any given episode. Furthermore, the uncertainty is surely higher than normal now because the current recession is unusual both in its fundamental causes and its severity."

     
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    Better but still not at what obama promised unemployment would be now. He said it would be under 6 percent now and its just getting under 8.




    Stop lying.  The president never promised 6% unemployment.




    How bout you stop lying to yourself.

    In 2009 team obama said by If the stimulous was passed unemployment would be below 6% by 2012. Did he not say that??? Go shoot yourself in the face Idiot.



    AAAHHHHH the STIM money !! which was used for political paybacks and is not auditable by design !! 

    Mittens, take note... Hit the big dummy over the head with Stim payoff !




    And ill do one better, Barack even said if we didnt pass the stimulous, unemployment would be under six percent all by itself by 2012. But im lying i just made that up.. Right.

     
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    I don't know what's more enjoyable - The unemployment rate falling or the fits being thrown by the righties.

    By the way, Obama's approval number rose to 54% yesterday - it's highest level since the end of 2009.  I expect to see a slight drop today and then rise early next week.

    I can hear the ghost of Dan Meredith singing, "turn out the lights, the party's over".

     

    And what poll would that be?

    The Rassmussen polling following the debate should start showing up on this Sunday-Mon. according to Scott Rassmussen.

    POLL: ROMNEY PULLS AHEAD IN VIRGINIA...

    Ohio: Romney leads 51-48 among those 'certain' to vote...

     

     
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    Team Obama said in ’09 stimulus would have unemployment below 6% by 2012

    Page four of the report features a chart projecting the unemployment levels with and without the stimulus. With the stimulus, the Romer and Bernstein predicted that unemployment would never rise past 8 percent, and would peak just under that in the third quarter of 2009 before steadily declining to around 5.6 percent by today. Without the stimulus, they predicted that unemployment would peak around 9 percent in the third quarter of 2010 before declining to around 6 percent today.

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/team-obama-said-in-09-stimulus-would-have-unemployment-below-6-by-2012/article/2503947

     
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    Clearly, some on the right have been cheering for poor economic news any way or shape they can get it...

    They don't want economic recovery; they want their power back, and they'll say and do anything to get it.

    And the election between The Salesman and The Public Servant continues its march to the lowest common denominator...

     

     
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    Clearly, some on the right have been cheering for poor economic news any way or shape they can get it...

    They don't want economic recovery; they want their power back, and they'll say and do anything to get it.

    And the election between The Salesman and The Public Servant continues its march to the lowest common denominator...

     




    Obama the snake oil salesman?

    The attack on the Benghazi consulate was spontaneous?

    Now we're expected to believe (from the same people) we've just experienced the highest employment growth in 29 years??

    More than the Reagan and Clinton Years??

    29 years ago Reagan created 1.1 million jobs in Sept. of 1983.

    That's real recovery not fudged numbers.

     
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    Team Obama said in ’09 stimulus would have unemployment below 6% by 2012

    Page four of the report features a chart projecting the unemployment levels with and without the stimulus. With the stimulus, the Romer and Bernstein predicted that unemployment would never rise past 8 percent, and would peak just under that in the third quarter of 2009 before steadily declining to around 5.6 percent by today. Without the stimulus, they predicted that unemployment would peak around 9 percent in the third quarter of 2010 before declining to around 6 percent today.

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/team-obama-said-in-09-stimulus-would-have-unemployment-below-6-by-2012/article/2503947




    Whoa TWM........."Team Obama" is different than "Obama" in Luser99 world.




    hey moron...did you read the article I linked (the bold lettering in particular)?

    Between the time that Romer made the pre-innaugural projection (not promise) and the passing of the stimulus, 2 million more people were laid off and the actual amount of the stimulus had been reduced.  These are variables that the projection did not consider.  There was never any promise. 

     

     
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    Clearly, some on the right have been cheering for poor economic news any way or shape they can get it...

    They don't want economic recovery; they want their power back, and they'll say and do anything to get it.

    And the election between The Salesman and The Public Servant continues its march to the lowest common denominator...

     




    Obama the snake oil salesman?

    The attack on the Benghazi consulate was spontaneous?

    Now we're expected to believe (from the same people) we've just experienced the highest employment growth in 29 years??

    The Reagan and Clinton Years??

    Reagan created 1.1 million jobs in Sept. of 1983.

    That's real recovery not fudged numbers.



    Some perspective on the Republican jobs record (figures are net):

    - G.W. Bush - 3,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - B Clinton - 23,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 21.1%

    - G.H. Bush - 2,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - R Reagan - 16,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 17.6%

    - J Carter - 10,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 13.1%

    - G Ford - 1,800,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - R Nixon - 9,400,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 13.6%

    - L Johnson - 11,900,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 20.8%

    - J Kennedy - 3,600,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 6.7%

    - Eisenhower - 3,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 7.0%

    - Truman - 8,400,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 20.1%

    History tells us what we need to know about Republican job policies.

     

     
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    Team Obama said in ’09 stimulus would have unemployment below 6% by 2012

    Page four of the report features a chart projecting the unemployment levels with and without the stimulus. With the stimulus, the Romer and Bernstein predicted that unemployment would never rise past 8 percent, and would peak just under that in the third quarter of 2009 before steadily declining to around 5.6 percent by today. Without the stimulus, they predicted that unemployment would peak around 9 percent in the third quarter of 2010 before declining to around 6 percent today.

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/team-obama-said-in-09-stimulus-would-have-unemployment-below-6-by-2012/article/2503947




    Whoa TWM........."Team Obama" is different than "Obama" in Luser99 world.




    hey moron...did you read the article I linked (the bold lettering in particular)?

    Between the time that Romer made the pre-innaugural projection (not promise) and the passing of the stimulus, 2 million more people were laid off and the actual amount of the stimulus had been reduced.  These are variables that the projection did not consider.  There was never any promise. 

     




    Reagan created 1.1 million jobs in Sept. 1983, 29 years later Obama created 114,000 jobs Sept of 2012.

    Impressive numbers.   Happy days are here again.

    Total employment 'highest one-month jump in 29 years'...

     
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    Unemployment is at a 44 month low.  Down .5%.  Measured the same way it's been measured the whole time, for better or for worse.  There have been administrations in which the numbers were "re-focused".  The Ford Administration is one I recall - there was some fuss - but it settled down.  But not for the last how many years?

     
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    Re: Unemployment at a 44 month low

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    Clearly, some on the right have been cheering for poor economic news any way or shape they can get it...

    They don't want economic recovery; they want their power back, and they'll say and do anything to get it.

    And the election between The Salesman and The Public Servant continues its march to the lowest common denominator...

     




    Obama the snake oil salesman?

    The attack on the Benghazi consulate was spontaneous?

    Now we're expected to believe (from the same people) we've just experienced the highest employment growth in 29 years??

    The Reagan and Clinton Years??

    Reagan created 1.1 million jobs in Sept. of 1983.

    That's real recovery not fudged numbers.



    Some perspective on the Republican jobs record (figures are net):

    - G.W. Bush - 3,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - B Clinton - 23,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 21.1%

    - G.H. Bush - 2,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - R Reagan - 16,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 17.6%

    - J Carter - 10,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 13.1%

    - G Ford - 1,800,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - R Nixon - 9,400,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 13.6%

    - L Johnson - 11,900,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 20.8%

    - J Kennedy - 3,600,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 6.7%

    - Eisenhower - 3,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 7.0%

    - Truman - 8,400,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 20.1%

    History tells us what we need to know about Republican job policies.

     




    Reagan created 25 million jobs in 8 years, after inheriting a deficit GDP of 2.7  from Carter the GDP grew annually at about 6.08 percent.

    In contrast Obama's GDP numbers haven't been above 2.8 percent.

    There are third world nations with better numbers.

     

     
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    Re: Unemployment at a 44 month low

    In response to ThatWasMe's comment:

    In response to UserName99's comment:

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    Clearly, some on the right have been cheering for poor economic news any way or shape they can get it...

    They don't want economic recovery; they want their power back, and they'll say and do anything to get it.

    And the election between The Salesman and The Public Servant continues its march to the lowest common denominator...

     




    Obama the snake oil salesman?

    The attack on the Benghazi consulate was spontaneous?

    Now we're expected to believe (from the same people) we've just experienced the highest employment growth in 29 years??

    The Reagan and Clinton Years??

    Reagan created 1.1 million jobs in Sept. of 1983.

    That's real recovery not fudged numbers.



    Some perspective on the Republican jobs record (figures are net):

    - G.W. Bush - 3,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - B Clinton - 23,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 21.1%

    - G.H. Bush - 2,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - R Reagan - 16,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 17.6%

    - J Carter - 10,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 13.1%

    - G Ford - 1,800,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - R Nixon - 9,400,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 13.6%

    - L Johnson - 11,900,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 20.8%

    - J Kennedy - 3,600,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 6.7%

    - Eisenhower - 3,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 7.0%

    - Truman - 8,400,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 20.1%

    History tells us what we need to know about Republican job policies.

     




    Reagan created 25 million jobs in 8 years, after inheriting a deficit GDP of 2.7  from Carter the GDP grew annually at about 6.08 percent.

    In contrast Obama's GDP numbers haven't been above 2.8 percent.

    There are third world nations with better numbers.

     



    Reagan inherited an economy hurt by the oil embargo - that occurred several months earlier.  He took office when the economy was in a place where it could recover

    Obama inherited an economy that was broken 1 month earlier.  When Obama took office, the full impact of the Financial crisis wasn't even close to being fully felt. 

    When Reagan took office, the patient was in ICU after suffering a serious but mild heart attack.  When Obama took office, the patient was on the table in the ER with the medical staff performing CPR after suffer a massive coronary.

    You have to go back to 1929 to find a comparable economic situation that met Obama.

     
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    Clearly, some on the right have been cheering for poor economic news any way or shape they can get it...

    They don't want economic recovery; they want their power back, and they'll say and do anything to get it.

    And the election between The Salesman and The Public Servant continues its march to the lowest common denominator...

     




    Obama the snake oil salesman?

    The attack on the Benghazi consulate was spontaneous?

    Now we're expected to believe (from the same people) we've just experienced the highest employment growth in 29 years??

    The Reagan and Clinton Years??

    Reagan created 1.1 million jobs in Sept. of 1983.

    That's real recovery not fudged numbers.



    Some perspective on the Republican jobs record (figures are net):

    - G.W. Bush - 3,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - B Clinton - 23,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 21.1%

    - G.H. Bush - 2,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - R Reagan - 16,000,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 17.6%

    - J Carter - 10,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 13.1%

    - G Ford - 1,800,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 2.3%

    - R Nixon - 9,400,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 13.6%

    - L Johnson - 11,900,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 20.8%

    - J Kennedy - 3,600,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 6.7%

    - Eisenhower - 3,500,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 7.0%

    - Truman - 8,400,000 jobs created - Payroll expansion 20.1%

    History tells us what we need to know about Republican job policies.

     




    Reagan created 25 million jobs in 8 years, after inheriting a deficit GDP of 2.7  from Carter the GDP grew annually at about 6.08 percent.

    In contrast Obama's GDP numbers haven't been above 2.8 percent.

    There are third world nations with better numbers.

     



    Reagan inherited an economy hurt by the oil embargo - that occurred several months earlier.  He took office when the economy was in a place where it could recover

    Obama inherited an economy that was broken 1 month earlier.  When Obama took office, the full impact of the Financial crisis wasn't even close to being fully felt. 

    When Reagan took office, the patient was in ICU after suffering a serious but mild heart attack.  When Obama took office, the patient was on the table in the ER with the medical staff performing CPR after suffer a massive coronary.

    You have to go back to 1929 to find a comparable economic situation that met Obama.




    DW weights in with the liberal version of the Reagan years.

    Carter gave Reagan a mess, that Reagan btw never blamed him for. And Reagan didn't have both houses of congress Republican his first two years to give him whatever he wanted.

    Don't know how old you are DW, I was alive and working during those Reagan years, I remember them, it took him 3 years to turn things around but he didn't do it by borrowing and spending Chinese money that has to be paid back by my grandchildren.

     

     
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    Report met with suspicion...
    ROMNEY: Rate more like 11%...
    OBAMA: Can't turn back now...

    Welch: Obama manipulating numbers after debate performance...

     
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    California Refiners Ration Gasoline as Prices Near Record...

    Jump 30 cents overnight!

    Spiking above $5...

    L.A. stations run out, close pumps...

    $4 gas: Get used to it; $5 coming...

     
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    No president has ever been re-elected with unemployment numbers above 8 percent.

    So the regime had to get the numbers down.

     
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    Unemployment is at a 44 month low.  Down .5 percent.

     
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