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CHIC FIL-A

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I tried Mc D's spicy chicken sandwich today. It was horrible as expected. Nobody beats Chic fil-a. NOBODY !!!!!

Ronalds to cheap to put a pickle on the sandwich. What a clown.
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The last wrap I tried at Mc d had a mouse turd on the wrapper. Do you clowns know how to clean a restaurant ? Feels like I am on ice skates as soon as I step in the lobby. Good to see my competition are a bunch of greasy clowns.
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May 6, 2013
 
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Heritage: Amnestied Illegals Will Get $9.4T in Benefits;

Increase Debt $6.3T'

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/07/02/immigrat ...

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May 6, 2013
 
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Here's a trend you'll be reading more about:

part-time "job sharing,"

not only within firms but across different businesses.

It's already happening across the country at fast-food restaurants,

as employers try to avoid being punished by the Affordable Care Act.

In some cases we've heard about,

a local McDonalds has hired employees to operate the cash register or flip burgers for 20 hours a week

and then the workers head to the nearby Burger King or Wendy's to log another 20 hours.

Other employees take the opposite shifts.

Welcome to the strange new world of small-business hiring under ObamaCare.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...

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May 6, 2013
 
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Here's a trend you'll be reading more about:
part-time "job sharing,"
not only within firms but across different businesses.
It's already happening across the country at fast-food restaurants,
as employers try to avoid being punished by the Affordable Care Act.
In some cases we've heard about,
a local McDonalds has hired employees to operate the cash register or flip burgers for 20 hours a week
and then the workers head to the nearby Burger King or Wendy's to log another 20 hours.
Other employees take the opposite shifts.
Welcome to the strange new world of small-business hiring under ObamaCare.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...
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Where have I read this before?
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.

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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,

associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,

“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
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One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that

the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”

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the GDI number

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The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.

It includes the sum of all wages,

profits,

and taxes,

minus subsidies.

Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),

the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).

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here comes the Hollywood Magic

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the GDI number

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Here it comes.........

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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.

As of the last quarter of 2011,

median household income was $52,377.21.

This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,

and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.

That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.

One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,

rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.

Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,

almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.

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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP

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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
Scroll on by

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May 7, 2013
 
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
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One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
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the GDI number
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The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
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here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
What a load of doo-doo to scroll past.
Did I miss something

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May 7, 2013
 
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
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One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
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the GDI number
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The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
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here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
Where are the tables? You can't serve statistics without a table. Even a pie chart would be better.
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May 7, 2013
 
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
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One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
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the GDI number
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The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
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here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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Here it comes.........
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
Your
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#49546
May 7, 2013
 
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
.
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One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
..........
the GDI number
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The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
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here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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Here it comes.........
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
.
.
.
obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
posts
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May 7, 2013
 
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
.
.
.
.
One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
..........
the GDI number
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The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
take
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here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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Here it comes.........
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
.
.
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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
take
up too

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May 7, 2013
 
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
.
.
.
.
One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
..........
the GDI number
..........
The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
..........
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.
here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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Here it comes.........
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
.
.
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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
up too
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May 7, 2013
 
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
.
.
.
.
One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
..........
the GDI number
..........
The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
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here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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Here it comes.........
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
.
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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
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May 7, 2013
 
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
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One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
..........
the GDI number
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The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
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here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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Here it comes.........
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
.
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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.
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May 7, 2013
 
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Moulton received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
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“The numbers [GDP and GDI] do tend to narrow as the data is revised,” says Brent Moulton,
associate director for National Economic Accounts at the Bureau of Economic Analysis,
“though not as much as perhaps we’d like.
.
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One study does say GDP tends to revise toward GDI, and that would suggest that
the GDI number is certainly worth paying attention to.”
..........
the GDI number
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The Gross Domestic Income (GDI) is the total income received by all sectors of an economy within a nation.
It includes the sum of all wages,
profits,
and taxes,
minus subsidies.
Since all income is derived from production (including the production of services),
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP).
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here comes the Hollywood Magic
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the GDI number
the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
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Here it comes.........
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President Obama took office in the first quarter of 2009, when median household income was $54,797.63.
As of the last quarter of 2011,
median household income was $52,377.21.
This was the interval Mr. Zandi suggested using to check Mr. Romney’s statement,
and it shows an income drop of $2,420.42.
That’s not $3,000, of course, but it’s still pretty bad.
One could also reasonably argue that it might be more appropriate to use the quarter before Mr. Obama took office as the baseline,
rather than the quarter in which he was sworn in. In the fourth quarter of 2008, median household income was about $55,380.17.
Starting from that quarter gives us a decline of $3,002.96,
almost exactly the number Mr. Romney cited.
.
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the gross domestic income of a country should exactly equal its gross domestic product (GDP
.
.
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obummer, and fellow communists, a four year failure.

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May 7, 2013
 
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Follow my every post.

I CONTROL YOU

Those nights when you just can't sleep

Those days when your head begins to creep

I own you, I control you

There's nothing you can do

When you feel you just can't take it any more

Turn to me.

I'll make you over starting at the core.

I own you, I control you

There's nothing you can do

I'll make you want me.

Make you need me.

Try to escape my hold.

I will not set your free.

I own you, I control you.

There's nothing you can do.

I am your past, present and I'll be your future.

Tell your friends.

One-by-one I will lure.

I own you, I control you

There's nothing you can do.

Follow my every post

I control you
Pete and Repeat

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May 7, 2013
 
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Follow my every post.
I CONTROL YOU
Those nights when you just can't sleep
Those days when your head begins to creep
I own you, I control you
There's nothing you can do
When you feel you just can't take it any more
Turn to me.
I'll make you over starting at the core.
I own you, I control you
There's nothing you can do
I'll make you want me.
Make you need me.
Try to escape my hold.
I will not set your free.
I own you, I control you.
There's nothing you can do.
I am your past, present and I'll be your future.
Tell your friends.
One-by-one I will lure.
I own you, I control you
There's nothing you can do.
Follow my every post
I control you
Repeat
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if i lived in pa i would hang myself too

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An April 2009 Rasmussen Reports poll suggested that there had been a growth of support for socialism in the United States "Adults under 30 are essentially evenly divided: 37% prefer capitalism, 33% socialism, and 30% are undecided"

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33%!!! wow, 33% of americans like to be coddled and spanked. no big surprise.

can anyone guess who on this thread the 33% are ?

LMAO @ the lil dingle Barrys

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Follow my every post.
I CONTROL YOU
Those nights when you just can't sleep
Those days when your head begins to creep
I own you, I control you
There's nothing you can do
When you feel you just can't take it any more
Turn to me.
I'll make you over starting at the core.
I own you, I control you
There's nothing you can do
I'll make you want me.
Make you need me.
Try to escape my hold.
I will not set your free.
I own you, I control you.
There's nothing you can do.
I am your past, present and I'll be your future.
Tell your friends.
One-by-one I will lure.
I own you, I control you
There's nothing you can do.
Follow my every post
I control you
Weird.

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