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U.S. economy growing faster than forecast

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CBWx2:

--- Quote from: cyberdude558 on November 29, 2012, 11:50:46 PM ---Yeah but where are the jobs? People dont care if the economy grows at 1.2% or 2.7%. What people care about is jobs at a livable wage. The only jobs being created now in America are low-wage service jobs that Obama claims as "job growth."

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Is that Obama's fault? Or perhaps more a sign o' the times as a result of 30 years of conservative economic policies?

JavaRay:

--- Quote from: CBWx2 on November 30, 2012, 12:43:51 AM ---
--- Quote from: cyberdude558 on November 29, 2012, 11:50:46 PM ---Yeah but where are the jobs? People dont care if the economy grows at 1.2% or 2.7%. What people care about is jobs at a livable wage. The only jobs being created now in America are low-wage service jobs that Obama claims as "job growth."

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Is that Obama's fault?

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Yes

nybuccguy:


   These numbers dont matter. The Republicans will just sandbag the economy again by letting us go over the fiscal cliff so they can try and blame Obama. Just like how they destroyed our credit rating last year.

Chief Joseph:

 " The Republicans will just sandbag the economy again by letting us go over the fiscal cliff so they can try and blame Obama."

Isn't Obama the one steering?

spartan:

--- Quote from: CBWx2 on November 30, 2012, 12:43:51 AM ---
--- Quote from: cyberdude558 on November 29, 2012, 11:50:46 PM ---Yeah but where are the jobs? People dont care if the economy grows at 1.2% or 2.7%. What people care about is jobs at a livable wage. The only jobs being created now in America are low-wage service jobs that Obama claims as "job growth."

--- End quote ---

Is that Obama's fault? Or perhaps more a sign o' the times as a result of 30 years of conservative economic policies?

--- End quote ---

Seems to me that things were doing just fine until Democrats took control.

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