Obama promises more than 600,000 stimulus jobs

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President Barack Obama promised Monday to deliver more than 600,000 jobs through his $787 billion stimulus plan this summer, with federal agencies pumping billions into public works projects, schools and summer youth programs.

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Another conservative shibboleth debunked:

It's been a very bad week for the austerity movement.

Austerity has been discredited as a path to economic prosperity for awhile. But a real breakthrough came last week, when a paper written by a graduate student (UMass Amherst's Thomas Herndon) debunked the famous Reinhart & Rogoff study, which had claimed that growth slows precipitously when a country's debt rises above 90% of GDP.

Since then, more dominos have tumbled...

http://www.businessinsider.com/stephen-colber...

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/stephen-colber...
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Great work joe! Stick it to "righty"

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joe wrote:
Recipients of 'entitlements' are accused by the uninformed of getting something for nothing. The opposite is true. According to the Urban Institute, the typical two-earner couple making average wages throughout their lifetimes will receive LESS in Social Security benefits than they paid in. Same for single males. Almost the same for single females.
Getting something for nothing? Yes, the rich are. Tax expenditures, which are deductions and exemptions that primarily benefit the highest-earning individuals, cost about 8 percent of the GDP, the same percentage that goes to Social Security and Medicare.
If just one of the tax breaks for the rich, the $113,700 cap on Payroll Tax, were eliminated, Social Security would be almost entirely funded for the next 75 years.
http://www.democraticunderground.com/10022741...

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Guinness Drinker wrote:
That's a charitable term for joe's spew.

A more precise term would be "plagiarism."

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Teddy R wrote:
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That's a charitable term for joe's spew.
A more precise term would be "plagiarism."
well, here's another way to interpret it. People Magazine just named Gwyneth Paltrow "The World's Most Beautiful Woman". Today, the 'Media Bullshit Meter' is at an all time high.
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Typical right-wing responses. Can't refute the facts so attack the bearer. That's why you thugs are dying off and rapidly becoming irrelevant. You're too stupid to present cogent ideas, arguments, discussion, facts, etc.

I notice you fools don't post ANYTHING except attacks on me. I guess I should feel complimented. And you should be grateful; without my posts you'd have NOTHING TO SAY!

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Typical right-wing responses. Can't refute the facts so attack the bearer. That's why you thugs are dying off and rapidly becoming irrelevant. You're too stupid to present cogent ideas, arguments, discussion, facts, etc.
I notice you fools don't post ANYTHING except attacks on me. I guess I should feel complimented. And you should be grateful; without my posts you'd have NOTHING TO SAY!
what's to refute from collecting facts from media bias ? and where's the daily 'Racism' rant ? Liberals get a fee everytime that word is used for marketing their causes
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Like I said, you're so stupid that if anything is posted that doesn't come from your right-wing fringe sources you call it media bias.

I guess that works for the dumb and lazy; you never have to read anything, just listen to fox, they'll tell you what to think.

The daily racism rant will come shortly after you make one of your low-life racist statements. Duh!
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Recipients of 'entitlements' are accused by the uninformed of getting something for nothing. The opposite is true. According to the Urban Institute, the typical two-earner couple making average wages throughout their lifetimes will receive LESS in Social Security benefits than they paid in. Same for single males. Almost the same for single females.

Getting something for nothing? Yes, the rich are. Tax expenditures, which are deductions and exemptions that primarily benefit the highest-earning individuals, cost about 8 percent of the GDP, the same percentage that goes to Social Security and Medicare.

If just one of the tax breaks for the rich, the $113,700 cap on Payroll Tax, were eliminated, Social Security would be almost entirely funded for the next 75 years.

-Paul Buchheit

So, what would you refute? Anything? I didn't think so.

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joe wrote:
Like I said, you're so stupid that if anything is posted that doesn't come from your right-wing fringe sources you call it media bias.
I guess that works for the dumb and lazy; you never have to read anything, just listen to fox, they'll tell you what to think.
The daily racism rant will come shortly after you make one of your low-life racist statements. Duh!
atta boy, you made your quota for today. Now here's a tough one; point to the post where I stated I "listen to Fox".

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joe wrote:
Recipients of 'entitlements' are accused by the uninformed of getting something for nothing. The opposite is true. According to the Urban Institute, the typical two-earner couple making average wages throughout their lifetimes will receive LESS in Social Security benefits than they paid in. Same for single males. Almost the same for single females.
Getting something for nothing? Yes, the rich are. Tax expenditures, which are deductions and exemptions that primarily benefit the highest-earning individuals, cost about 8 percent of the GDP, the same percentage that goes to Social Security and Medicare.
If just one of the tax breaks for the rich, the $113,700 cap on Payroll Tax, were eliminated, Social Security would be almost entirely funded for the next 75 years.
-Paul Buchheit
So, what would you refute? Anything? I didn't think so.
So you go back, Cut & Paste the same post only this time, you quote the source....backpedaling or stupidity??
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joe wrote:
Recipients of 'entitlements' are accused by the uninformed of getting something for nothing. The opposite is true. According to the Urban Institute, the typical two-earner couple making average wages throughout their lifetimes will receive LESS in Social Security benefits than they paid in. Same for single males. Almost the same for single females.
Getting something for nothing? Yes, the rich are. Tax expenditures, which are deductions and exemptions that primarily benefit the highest-earning individuals, cost about 8 percent of the GDP, the same percentage that goes to Social Security and Medicare.
If just one of the tax breaks for the rich, the $113,700 cap on Payroll Tax, were eliminated, Social Security would be almost entirely funded for the next 75 years.
-Paul Buchheit
So, what would you refute? Anything? I didn't think so.
Nothing here needs to be "refuted" because it is nonsensical mindless drivel.

Using "the typical two-earner couple" as the example to make broad statements about entitlements is not adding anything of value to a discussion on entitlements. It's nonsense.
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just another lying black man who's promises or word mean nothing.

ask the too many black woman struggling to get by on welfare what value a black mans word has??
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Guinness Drinker wrote:
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So you go back, Cut & Paste the same post only this time, you quote the source....backpedaling or stupidity??
Just wondering why you can't answer or comment on the post. That your ONLY interest is to demean the bearer of the item. I'm guessing it's because you don't understand what was written. Oh well.
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nac wrote:
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Nothing here needs to be "refuted" because it is nonsensical mindless drivel.
Using "the typical two-earner couple" as the example to make broad statements about entitlements is not adding anything of value to a discussion on entitlements. It's nonsense.
You're dull one, aren't you? What makes it drivel? Probably that you can't understand anything beyond a fourth grade level (am I being too generous here).
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Do Racism, Conservatism, and Low I.Q. Go Hand in Hand?

Lower cognitive abilities predict greater prejudice through ring-wing ideology.

What this study and those before it suggest is not necessarily that all liberals are geniuses and all conservatives are ignorant. Rather, it makes conclusions based off of averages of groups. The idea is that for those who lack a cognitive ability to grasp complexities of our world, strict-right wing ideologies may be more appealing. Dr. Brian Nosek explained it as follows,“ideologies get rid of the messiness and impose a simple solution. So, it may not be surprising that people with less cognitive capacity will be attracted to simplifying ideologies.”
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joe wrote:
Do Racism, Conservatism, and Low I.Q. Go Hand in Hand?
Lower cognitive abilities predict greater prejudice through ring-wing ideology.
What this study and those before it suggest is not necessarily that all liberals are geniuses and all conservatives are ignorant. Rather, it makes conclusions based off of averages of groups. The idea is that for those who lack a cognitive ability to grasp complexities of our world, strict-right wing ideologies may be more appealing. Dr. Brian Nosek explained it as follows,“ideologies get rid of the messiness and impose a simple solution. So, it may not be surprising that people with less cognitive capacity will be attracted to simplifying ideologies.”
Like the leftist ideologies espoused by most college professors on U.S. campuses for years?
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<quoted text>Like the leftist ideologies espoused by most college professors on U.S. campuses for years?
Another right winger who can't read or comprehend. Good one, clod.
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Another right winger who can't read or comprehend. Good one, clod.
Another smug lefty who can't read or comprehend.

I responded to the last line of your post, genius.
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Just Saying wrote:
<quoted text>Another smug lefty who can't read or comprehend.
I responded to the last line of your post, genius.
So you are as stupid as we thought. The idea is that for those who lack a cognitive ability to grasp complexities of our world, strict-right wing ideologies may be more appealing.

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