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Created On: 05/07/2021 06:35 AM
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 05/07/2021 06:35 AM
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tpapablo

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Dementia Joe already screwing up the great Trump economy. On the bright side, progs will suffer most.

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 05/07/2021 08:14 AM
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Worst miss in 23 years. And inflation is here. Didn't take long for Dementia Joe and his idiot compatriots to screw up the best economy we have had in a long time.

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Look at low-T hoping for the economy to tank. It won't of course.

If anything a slower recovery will be better as it will keep inflation in check. But you can't expect a dumb a$$ like tspanqblo to know that.

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 05/07/2021 08:42 AM
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trump was worst jobs president ever, LMFAO. Obama/Biden built the economy last time, trump destroyed it

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 05/07/2021 08:44 AM
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On another note, 900k dead Americans - no wonder we only added 200k jobs. Another trump failure has come to roost

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 05/07/2021 08:57 AM
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Poor proggies. They elected a senile nut job and now they are getting it up the rear end. It is a fact of life, progs, that the stupid and lazy are always going to get the short end of the stick. So you might as well stop your whining and accept that you will always be failures. But do the rest of us a favor and stop voting. As is true in all things, you aren't good at it.

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 05/07/2021 10:13 AM
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Props for blunder from the two dumbest statements made by the Kool-Aid drinkers union, 25% success is the new 100%--right libtards!

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 05/07/2021 10:23 AM
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As long as there are no "work search" requirements to get unemployment, , , , , well, you get it, don't you?

On the other hand, the restaurant business is another story. Sure, they are having a tough time hiring enough people but, only half of that might be attributed to the no work search/unemployment thingy; the other half of it is that many former workers do not want to go back because they feel it is too "unsafe" mixing with all the people. A lot of that may change once vaccinations increase.
 05/07/2021 10:24 AM
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I guess this is how you direct attention from that booming stock market. I will dust off of a little ditty from Trump times: I dont care as long as my 401K is going this well. Thanks Joe.

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 05/07/2021 10:51 AM
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Originally posted by: johnnyboy

I guess this is how you direct attention from that booming stock market. I will dust off of a little ditty from Trump times: I dont care as long as my 401K is going this well. Thanks Joe.

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 05/07/2021 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by: johnnyboy I guess this is how you direct attention from that booming stock market. I will dust off of a little ditty from Trump times: I dont care as long as my 401K is going this well. Thanks Joe.
Not diverting. Just pointing out the cracks in the dike. Dementia Joe is causing a bunch of them. Obama was terrible, and it looks like Dementia Joe is going to be worse. But at least people will be once again reminded how screwed up these dems/progs are and will return a Republican to the White House. Regarding the market, I have no problem with dems spending their childrens' future to further enrich me. Good deal as far as I am concerned. I won't be paying those trillions back.

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 05/07/2021 11:44 AM
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I know some progs and they're doing great. Looking forward to the roaring 20's.

But a lot of trumpies are still coming to terms with losing the election, and it makes them act out.

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 05/07/2021 12:43 PM
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tpapablo

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Originally posted by: RustyTruck I know some progs and they're doing great. Looking forward to the roaring 20's.
I bet they are doing great. When progs are getting free stuff and don't have to work, they are in hog heaven.

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 05/07/2021 01:08 PM
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sandi

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Look at the unemployment numbers under Obama/ Biden. Great.

Then look at trumps. They suck.

These are only FACTS. not your usualy nsr nonsense.

Facts? Do you know what they are?
 05/07/2021 01:59 PM
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It's all about that important 3 letter word, J-O-B-S!
 05/07/2021 02:10 PM
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tpapablo

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Originally posted by: theglide It's all about that important 3 letter word, J-O-B-S!
And that was before the dementia set in.

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 05/07/2021 03:25 PM
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Ann Saphir and Lucia Mutikani
Thu, May 6, 2021, 9:44 AM
By Ann Saphir and Lucia Mutikani

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As the economy revs up to meet the rapacious demand of tens of millions of newly vaccinated Americans, employers say they cannot fill their yawning need for labor.

Take Alex Washut. In January he mapped out hiring plans for his two breakfast and lunch eateries in western Massachusetts and figured he'd need to hire 20 new cooks, servers, dishwashers and other staff by May. He has doubled wages in some cases but has managed to hire only five; most of the time, he said, job candidates never even show for their interviews.

At the same time, the U.S. economy is down more than 8 million jobs since before the pandemic, and Federal Reserve officials say the true unemployment rate is closer to 10% than the 5.8% a government report is expected to show on Friday.

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Analysts estimate U.S. employers added nearly a million new jobs last month, but the question is not why U.S. employers hired so many, but why they did not hire more?

What gives? It's a long list, but here are some of the highlights:

* Parents - particularly mothers - cannot work because closures or shortened hours at schools and daycare keep them home to watch their kids.

* Would-be workers remain concerned about health risks amid a pandemic still claiming about 700 American lives daily.

* Stock market gains have given some older workers the cushion to retire.

* Some younger workers are finding jobs in new fields, shrinking the labor pool for the industries they left behind.

* Many employers need to fill jobs requiring skills that sidelined workers may not have.

* Employers complain that enhanced unemployment benefits and other government aid are keeping workers on the sidelines, content to collect a check rather than work for a living. Data released by the Labor Department on Thursday showed more than 16 million people are still receiving some form of unemployment benefit, now more than a year into the pandemic.

"We recognize that the labor supply has been affected by the pandemic... (but) are seeing little evidence though that enhanced unemployment benefits are currently affecting Americans' willingness to work," Whitehouse spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre said on Thursday.
 05/07/2021 04:05 PM
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crankit

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^^^That's going to upset poor queencreep, coleslaw, wtf and rusty!!

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 05/07/2021 04:36 PM
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Cole

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Upset at what? It was a shitty prediction. There are still millions of people who avoid public places that include theme parks, restaurants, bars, clubs and stores. Now factor in the chickens who refuse to get vaccinated and that slows the economy even more.

Next month will be better, as will the next and then the next; 8 million people don't go back to work overnight.

The Markets sure weren't very concerned . lol

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 05/08/2021 03:53 AM
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Capitalism is great until there is no capital.

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