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I think thats a matter of perspective, I think there are people, that feel this way every election year. So it might be a new feeling to you, but trust me, I've heard that ever election year I've been alive.
I just wonder what happened to the good old days when we had good presidents. What will we do with these horrible leaders.
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Originally posted by Jamuhn
BTW, more jobs were lost under Bush than have been created!!!
For the third month in a row, a greater than expected number of new jobs were added to the U.S. economy. The gain of 248,000 new jobs in May brings the total for this year to well over one million jobs created.
The Labor Department announced on Friday that 248,000 jobs were added to the economy in May and revised the March and April job numbers to 353,000 and 346,000 respectively.
This brings the cumulative number of jobs created in the past nine months to nearly 1.6 million, with new jobs being created in every month since September 2003.
Economists are pleased with the positive jobs report this year and see it as a sign of a robust economy on the right track.
Sung Won Sohn, chief economist for Wells Fargo & Co., predicted that the economy would add an average of 200,000 jobs per month for the rest of 2004 and said that unemployment would gradually fall to as low as 5 percent by the end of 2005.
"These blow-out [jobs] numbers so far this year are convincing evidence that the economic recovery is here to stay," Sohn declared to the Associated Press.
No please go further into that, I would love to know what tax cuts do to the long term economy. Since you seem to not be able to seperate economy and national dept, this should be interesting.
Originally posted by marg6043
Looks like your teacher forgot to teach you the repercussions of tax cuts do on the long term to and economy and complex and multifaceted as ours, the last I hear in the news, even Mr. Bush did not wanted to talk about our national debt.
No body like taxes, but they are a necessary evil.
TextNo please go further into that, I would love to know what tax cuts do to the long term economy. Since you seem to not be able to seperate economy and national dept, this should be interesting.