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rurallib Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-07-06 07:37 PM
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2. Take away jobs created by defense spending, Bush's war and
government growth and things really look bad.
And let's not even talk about wages!
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  -Haven't updated it in a while but here it is: Job Growth Since Q3 2004 Roland99  Jul-07-06 07:33 PM   #0 
  - K & N n/t  AZDemDist6   Jul-07-06 07:34 PM   #1 
  - Take away jobs created by defense spending, Bush's war and  rurallib   Jul-07-06 07:37 PM   #2 
  - Hmm...I need to create a new one showing Public/Private sector breakdown  Roland99   Jul-07-06 07:37 PM   #3 
     - You might like one of the graphs I maintain. Many of them are here ...  TahitiNut   Jul-07-06 11:34 PM   #14 
        - That third one really shines a light on this corporation-only recovery!  Roland99   Jul-08-06 10:17 AM   #22 
           - Indeed it does. I just updated it with the new 1Q2006 data. It's WORSE.  TahitiNut   Jul-08-06 01:21 PM   #23 
  - Well thankfully, we have a robust economy  rosesaylavee   Jul-07-06 07:38 PM   #4 
  - Strip out their imaginary population growth and their all negative.  lastknowngood   Jul-07-06 07:46 PM   #5 
  - Well I am looking.  calico1   Jul-07-06 07:52 PM   #6 
  - Best of luck to you. I've been there....twice  Roland99   Jul-07-06 07:53 PM   #7 
  - Thanks.  calico1   Jul-07-06 07:56 PM   #8 
     - Well, it's a contract position vs. full-time but it will be long-term  Roland99   Jul-07-06 07:57 PM   #9 
        - I'm looking into qhealth.com , a "medical discount program"  EVDebs   Jul-07-06 08:33 PM   #10 
  - I spent the last two days on a corner wearing a sign!!  Viva_La_Revolution   Jul-07-06 11:39 PM   #16 
  - And how many jobs per month did the Clinton admin. get  Joe Fields   Jul-07-06 08:47 PM   #11 
  - About 23 million more people were employed at the end of Clinton/Gore  TahitiNut   Jul-07-06 11:38 PM   #15 
  - yes it was around 229,000 average every month - without the 80,000 per mo  papau   Jul-08-06 06:01 PM   #24 
  - does that figure in the new workers entering the force  sam sarrha   Jul-07-06 09:31 PM   #12 
  - Here's another (longer term) way to see it.  TahitiNut   Jul-07-06 11:30 PM   #13 
     - you can really tell when the Republicans were in power.  alfredo   Jul-07-06 11:52 PM   #17 
     - Could anyone be less lucky than Carter was?  dsc   Jul-07-06 11:58 PM   #18 
     - I think the Federal Reserve and the bankers had a lot to do with that.  TahitiNut   Jul-08-06 12:05 AM   #19 
        - Volker was no help that is for sure  dsc   Jul-08-06 08:43 AM   #20 
     - Thanks for the long-term charts. And I like that..."Bushoilini"  Roland99   Jul-08-06 10:15 AM   #21 
 

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