The death and life of Asheboro, N.C.

Oct 28, 2012 Full story: CBS News 39

Asheboro, N.C., was once considered a dying town, but it fought back and now exists somewhere between recovery and recession.

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Pinot

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#22 Oct 30, 2012
responder wrote:
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So, how many of those were actually outsourced by Obama?
Since he provided the money for the company to spit in the face of Americans needing jobs, I'd say all of them.
responder

Columbus, OH

#23 Oct 30, 2012
Pinot wrote:
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Burger flipping...swell.
But he promised millions more of good paying jobs. Where are they? He spent a trillion bucks and got burger flippers, many who, btw, had decent jobs before Obama stuffed the pockets of public employees and union bosses.
More fool you for believing Presidents create jobs, I guess. Your partisan BS is wearing thin, clearly you're too dishonest to debate honestly.

Get lost.
Pinot

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#24 Oct 30, 2012
If he couldn't deliver, he shouldn't promise.

He delivered for union bosses and public employees. He gave the everyday guy McDonalds.

He screwed the taxpayer. He funded bundlers' failed enterprises, using borrowed federal money as his personal piggybank, to pay them for their largess.
Pinot

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#25 Oct 30, 2012
BTW, Sheik, still waiting for those sources.

Since: Oct 12

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#26 Oct 30, 2012
Pinot wrote:
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http://articles.latimes.com/2012/aug/31/busin...
"Lower-paying jobs, with median hourly wages from $7.69 to $13.83, accounted for just 21% of the job losses during the recession. But they've made up about 58% of the job growth from the end of the recession in late 2009 through early 2012."
Obama's "recovery": low paying (dare I say, slave wages?) without benefits, nationwide, not right to work states....
That is exactly the future, Mitt Romney has in mind...possibly worse... www.bainport.com
responder

Columbus, OH

#27 Oct 31, 2012
Pinot wrote:
If he couldn't deliver, he shouldn't promise.
He delivered for union bosses and public employees. He gave the everyday guy McDonalds.
He screwed the taxpayer. He funded bundlers' failed enterprises, using borrowed federal money as his personal piggybank, to pay them for their largess.
ALL fantasy. You just make stuff up, and pretend it's true. Like most Rightie, of course.
responder

Columbus, OH

#28 Oct 31, 2012
Pinot wrote:
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Since he provided the money for the company to spit in the face of Americans needing jobs, I'd say all of them.
I'd say you're a very big liar.
Pinot

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#29 Oct 31, 2012
Thanks for all those sources. Typical left response.
Obama promised his 2009 stimulus would mean hundreds of thousands of great paying jobs from shovel ready infrastructure projects. Obama promises his next four years will mean great paying jobs from the same thing....the definition of insanity....
Lots of promises and borrowed money. Public employees in spendthrift states were given a stay of execution. Big Labor was doing the Snoopy dance. The average taxpayer got nothin' but inflation and an average of 4,500 bucks less in their net worth.

Since: Oct 12

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#31 Oct 31, 2012
House Republican's have led a treasonous campaign, for the last four years...blocking EVERY democratic jobs bill...even the American Jobs Act, which all agreed, would have provided over 1 million new jobs.....Paul Ryan should be whipped, not elected.....
Pinot

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#32 Oct 31, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
House Republican's have led a treasonous campaign, for the last four years...blocking EVERY democratic jobs bill...even the American Jobs Act, which all agreed, would have provided over 1 million new jobs.....Paul Ryan should be whipped, not elected.....
Ummmm, the prez owned both houses for two years....

The prez has the singular distinction of failing to get even one budget passed in his term. That means, for those in the cheap seats, he couldn't get anything through his own democrat houses. His last budget was downed in the DEMOCRAT CONTROLLED SENATE 99-0. Even George Bush, with Speaker Pelosi calling him a Nazi, managed to get a budget through the democrat controlled houses.

In 2010, the electorate decided they wanted to slow down the mad spender. That's the reason republicans were swept in. Blame your fellow voters.

Since: Oct 12

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#33 Oct 31, 2012
That's why Congress has an approval rating of 8%...because Americans are astounded, by the equality....Look up how many democratic jobs bills, made it through the House in four years....
Pinot

United States

#34 Oct 31, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
That's why Congress has an approval rating of 8%...because Americans are astounded, by the equality....Look up how many democratic jobs bills, made it through the House in four years....
Source?
Gallup has it at 21%
MHO....it would be a lot higher if the republicans had the senate :)
Pinot

United States

#35 Oct 31, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
That's why Congress has an approval rating of 8%...because Americans are astounded, by the equality....Look up how many democratic jobs bills, made it through the House in four years....
The deceitful dems passed Obamacare without one republican vote....They didn't need the republicans....

Now tell me why they didn't pass a budget during the two years they had total control? Can you?

Since: Oct 12

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#36 Oct 31, 2012
Pinot wrote:
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Source?
Gallup has it at 21%
MHO....it would be a lot higher if the republicans had the senate :)
It's low, 8% because the House republicans are such scum, especially Paul Ryan.....
Pinot

United States

#37 Oct 31, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>It's low, 8% because the House republicans are such scum, especially Paul Ryan.....
Source?

Since: Oct 12

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#38 Oct 31, 2012
Pinot wrote:
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Source?
Robert Draper's bestseller, "Do Not Ask, What Good We Do : Inside the U.S. House of Representatives".....
Pinot

United States

#39 Oct 31, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Robert Draper's bestseller, "Do Not Ask, What Good We Do : Inside the U.S. House of Representatives".....
The only place I found that number was in a reference for his book. Did he make it up? Since you have the book handy, please source his data. He's a writer, not a recognized pollster, so asking his friends doesn't count....

Gallup has the lowest number as 10%, occurring in 2010. That would be while dems were in control. It occurred again in 2012, when, guess what, the dems and the republicans were jointly in charge.
From Gallup's analysis:
"It is difficult to pinpoint precise causes for these extraordinarily negative views, although the continuing poor economy is certainly a major factor. The fact that control of Congress is now divided, with a Republican majority in the House and a Democratic majority in the Senate, may provide an opportunity for Americans of all political persuasions to dislike some aspect of Congress. With Congress divided, however, it is difficult to assess what impact its low ratings will have on the November elections, now less than three months away."

What part of Civics class did liberals miss that they think Congress only has one house?
Pinot

United States

#40 Oct 31, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Robert Draper's bestseller, "Do Not Ask, What Good We Do : Inside the U.S. House of Representatives".....
The current number, btw, is 21%

Per today's Gallup site.

I guess I could have gone back to Gallup '02 when the approval rating was skyrocketing if you were going to outdated material. BTW, the republicans controlled both houses then....but I try to stay current.
AMJ

Winchester, KY

#41 Nov 22, 2012
Pinot wrote:
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The current number, btw, is 21%
Per today's Gallup site.
I guess I could have gone back to Gallup '02 when the approval rating was skyrocketing if you were going to outdated material. BTW, the republicans controlled both houses then....but I try to stay current.
why don,t you.take whining BS..your packing around back to who an what party.put the country.in this shape.i know why you won,t because you don,t a foot to stand on.we had it good until George bush.and his Regime.Destroyed this country.pack that sack of Lies.to people who can,t Remember.

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