So you're agreeing that all your buddy, NasCarnut, posted (17 posts in front of this one) is so much BS?
Yeah Forbes is "fair and balanced" just like Faux ! And even they have given that ignoramce up !
YOO-HOO, NasCarNut!!! What gives?
"Forbes: Obama's Economic Reforms Are the Definition of Insanity"
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Who's back ? Greek ?
ncn. the dems have controlled the senate and could have made these improvements as well. And, most of these numbers you propose have been cooked by the ultimate chef to make himself look good. BHO. Just try to sell something these days.
SO I guess its safe to say that honesty or transparency wont be his legacy
And maybe you just don't need to know !
(LIE)Let me say it as simply as I can: transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency B OBAMA
(FACT)WASHINGTON (AP) -- For the second consecutive year, the Obama administration more often than ever censored government files or outright denied access to them under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act, according to a new analysis of federal data by The Associated Press
You would know !
Just another lie I guess
WASHINGTON (AP) -- For the second consecutive year, the Obama administration more often than ever censored government files or outright denied access to them under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act, according to a new analysis of federal data by The Associated Press.
most transparent administration in history?? Lolololol
The Republican caucus in congress could have dealt with issues like infrastructure, tax reform, tuition loans and immigration years ago in a sensible manner, and our economy could be in a whole lot better place than it is now....
Just shows you that the Republicans' plan on the night President Obama was inaugurated didn't work out--that they would "oppose everything he proposed, so he would be a one-term president"...
Most economists expect that 2015 will be the best year for American workers since the recession. Less important than the pace of hiring is the emergence of solid wage growth, an indicator of full labor market health that comes when employers feel pressured to fight for workers.
Other Republicans, while agreeing that the economy is improving, focused on the most glaring problems in the labor market, criticizing Obama for not accomplishing enough.
“We need to build on this recent momentum and continue closing the Obama recovery’s private-sector jobs gap when compared to average recoveries,” Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Tex.), the top House Republican on the Joint Economic Committee, said Friday.
a broad consensus among economists that the economy has come to life in recent months appears to be turning that GOP strategy on its head. Some leaders, such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, have acknowledged and sought to claim credit for the improvement, which has coincided with Republicans taking control of both houses of Congress.
Forbes~Economically, President Obama’s administration has outperformed President Reagan’s in all commonly watched categories. Simultaneously the current administration has reduced the deficit, which skyrocketed under Reagan. Additionally, Obama has reduced federal employment, which grew under Reagan (especially when including military personnel,) and truly delivered a “smaller government.” Additionally, the current administration has kept inflation low, even during extreme international upheaval, failure of foreign economies (Greece) and a dramaticslowdown in the European economy.
Forbes~The stock market has converted the long-term growth in jobs and GDP into additional gains for investors. Recently the S&P has crested 2,000 – reaching new all time highs. Gains made by investors earlier in the Obama administration have further grown, helping businesses raise capital and improving the nest eggs of almost all Americans. And laying the foundation for recent, and prolonged job growth.
Forbes~This week the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) released its manufacturing report, and it surprised nearly everyone. The latest Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) scored 59, two points higher than July and about that much higher than prognosticators expected. This represents 63 straight months of economic expansion, and 25 consecutive months of manufacturing expansion.
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