Archive for April, 2013

State of the Union 2012

The Obama Lies Told

This administration is telling us lies. Just look at the job numbers. Every week they forge the numbers a little bit to make things look better then they truly are.

The Labor Department has now revised upward its first estimate of seasonally adjusted claims in 56 of the past 57 weeks, a Dow Jones analysis of claims reports found. Revisions to government data occur on a regular basis but it is uncommon for numbers to nearly always be restated in the same direction.

Wall Street Journal – 16 April 2012

When the “revisions” are made, it doesn’t make the press. So the public does not know the whole story.

Fewer Jobs

“The economy has 5.2 million fewer jobs now than it did four years ago, even as the population has grown.” – Wall Street Journal, March 9, 2012

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You didn’t build that!

Barack Obama, in his July 13th, 2012 speech, told business owners that they are not the people responsible for building their businesses. Eight out of ten businesses in the United States are small businesses. And they have succeeded in spite of government, NOT as a result of government.

Our under educated president needs to understand a very important point. Government is here as a result of the people. Government is here as a result of businesses. Neither are here as a result of government.

Barack Obama has never built anything. He is a destroyer of hopes and dreams.

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This from the April 5th Wall Street Journal:

“The U.S. is still unable to sustain what used to be just average rates of growth,” said Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics.

The unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since December 2008, but mainly because about 496,000 people dropped out of the work force. Some 11.7 million workers who wanted a job couldn’t find one last month.

Fewer and fewer people are working. Fewer goods are being produced. This will result in very high inflation due to short supplies and an inadequate workforce in a few years.

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