88 million unemployed in Obamanomics.
Robsan5

United States

#281 May 11, 2012
griddy wrote:
<quoted text>Your incessant whining is played out - go pester another board, you're an annoying single-track troll.
Don't Laugh, It's Paid For!

Robert
RU Kidding

United States

#282 May 12, 2012
Robsan5 wrote:
<quoted text>
This thread seems to be, for the most, populated by people who can only think in bumpersticker slogans.
I am trying to communicate with them on a level they can understand. I'm not sure if it is working...
Robert
If the truth is a bumpersticker slogan the Shoe fits.

We cant escape the truth of Obama record debt , unemployment and poverty. An essay isn't needed for cold hard facts.
Republican S Palin

Saint Paul, MN

#283 May 12, 2012
jw in the grove wrote:
but he is creating millions of jobs, did you not hear every speech the telepromter has told him to say?
I know, huh?

He should be smart like me and write it on his hand. "Snort, Snort!"
Gov Brown

United States

#284 May 12, 2012
Deficits and big government matter. California reported today record deficits and worst economy since 30's.

If you rely on government for your salvation you have lost freedom and security.
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#285 May 12, 2012
Republican S Palin wrote:
<quoted text>
I know, huh?
He should be smart like me and write it on his hand. "Snort, Snort!"
Gimme an American Woman that can write on her hand vs an Empty Suit that can only read what others write for him, any day!
Robsan5

United States

#286 May 12, 2012
Here's some of my favorite bumperstickers for the week:

Consumer Sentiment in U.S. Climbs to Four-Year High: Economy

Gasoline Drops on Slower China Growth, Europe Debt Crisis

Gold Bulls Weakest in Month as Investors Buy Dollar

Obama Winning Investors by 49%-38% Against Romney in Poll
http://topics.bloomberg.com/u.s.-economy/

Robert
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#287 May 12, 2012
Robsan5 wrote:
Here's some of my favorite bumperstickers for the week:
Consumer Sentiment in U.S. Climbs to Four-Year High: Economy
Gasoline Drops on Slower China Growth, Europe Debt Crisis
Gold Bulls Weakest in Month as Investors Buy Dollar
Obama Winning Investors by 49%-38% Against Romney in Poll
http://topics.bloomberg.com/u.s.-economy/
Robert
Brother,

Gib it uppp....

Your Messiah will not be at the Teleprompter, reading what the White Demokrat Power Prokers create for him, after 1-1-2013....Perhaps Liberia or Haiiti would be good African Cultural Centers that would accomodate you and your sense of Entitlement?
Robsan5

United States

#288 May 12, 2012
Consistent wrote:
<quoted text>
Brother,
Gib it uppp....
Your Messiah will not be at the Teleprompter, reading what the White Demokrat Power Prokers create for him, after 1-1-2013....Perhaps Liberia or Haiiti would be good African Cultural Centers that would accomodate you and your sense of Entitlement?
We'll see in Nov.
Sorry if Obama isn't the spawn of the devil.
What sense of entitlement do I have? I overpay my taxes every month, I basically give the government an interest-free loan for a year...

Robert
RU Kidding

United States

#289 May 13, 2012
Robsan5 wrote:
Here's some of my favorite bumperstickers for the week:
Consumer Sentiment in U.S. Climbs to Four-Year High: Economy
Gasoline Drops on Slower China Growth, Europe Debt Crisis
Gold Bulls Weakest in Month as Investors Buy Dollar
Obama Winning Investors by 49%-38% Against Romney in Poll
http://topics.bloomberg.com/u.s.-economy/
Robert
Unfortunate that none of that solves record debt ,poverty and unemployment in Obamanomics
Robsan5

United States

#290 May 13, 2012
RU Kidding wrote:
<quoted text>
Unfortunate that none of that solves record debt ,poverty and unemployment in Obamanomics
I Would Agree With You, But Then We'd Both Be Wrong!

Robert

Since: Jul 08

Saint Paul, MN

#291 May 13, 2012
Robsan5 wrote:
<quoted text>
I Would Agree With You, But Then We'd Both Be Wrong!
Robert
SO we dont have record debt?
Robsan5

United States

#292 May 13, 2012
jw in the grove wrote:
<quoted text>SO we dont have record debt?
The statement that Bumpersticker made was that none of those 'solves' record debt, poverty and unemployment. When actually the headlines I posted do help to reduce all three.
Funny, but no one here has yet to define "record debt, poverty and unemployment". Or is quantifying data too complicated to fit on a bumper?

Robert

Since: Jul 08

Saint Paul, MN

#293 May 13, 2012
so when obama submits a budget that increases the debt/deficit that no one will vote for, not even one democrat it must be very disappointing for those progressives.
Robsan5

United States

#294 May 13, 2012
Yup, he got his ass kicked on that one!

Robert

“Government breeds Poverty”

Since: Jan 11

Woodbury

#295 May 13, 2012
5 trillion in new debt in 39 months, we already know about the record food stamp usage and unemployment. Or do I have to remind you of the Obama record??
Robsan5

United States

#296 May 13, 2012
Livinn Woodbury wrote:
5 trillion in new debt in 39 months, we already know about the record food stamp usage and unemployment. Or do I have to remind you of the Obama record??
9.2% unemployment in his second year and 9.3% in his third year. That is a crappy record, no doubt!
In addition, Americans on food stamps averaged about 10% for both those years.
Obama last year had about 14% of Americans on food stamps.

Robert
Robsan5

United States

#297 May 13, 2012
The peak of the unemployment rate was reached about one year after he took office when the nationwide unemployment rate was 10.8%, highest since The Great Depression.
By then, the number of bank failures was rising steadily. Bank failures reached a post-depression high of 42 as the recession took it's toll.[16] By the end of the year, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) had spent $870 million to purchase bad loans in an effort to keep various banks afloat.[17]
By the end of his second year, another 50 banks failed—easily beating the Great Depression record of 43 failures set in 1940. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) listed another 540 banks as "problem banks" on the verge of failure.[17]

Robert
goose

Carol Stream, IL

#298 May 13, 2012
Robsan5 wrote:
The peak of the unemployment rate was reached about one year after he took office when the nationwide unemployment rate was 10.8%, highest since The Great Depression.
By then, the number of bank failures was rising steadily. Bank failures reached a post-depression high of 42 as the recession took it's toll.[16] By the end of the year, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) had spent $870 million to purchase bad loans in an effort to keep various banks afloat.[17]
By the end of his second year, another 50 banks failed—easily beating the Great Depression record of 43 failures set in 1940. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) listed another 540 banks as "problem banks" on the verge of failure.[17]
Robert
Nice stats.
Your point?
Soros funded NPR

Saint Paul, MN

#299 May 13, 2012
goose wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice stats.
Your point?
Obama misery.
Robsan5

United States

#300 May 13, 2012
goose wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice stats.
Your point?
"nice stats"? Why would anyone vote a second term for a president with a record like that? You'd have to be a Nutjob to vote for that guy, wouldn't you?

Robert

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