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The better the economy gets, the more Republicans are going to freak out and it’s only getting started. Ha. Ha. Ha.
If plunging gas prices, excelling job reports, great GDP numbers, falling health care costs, plunging unemployment, record stark market numbers, record corporate earnings, and a rapidly decreasing deficit doesn’t make you a little bit optimistic, you just might be a Republican.
And the United States is now in the number two spot chasing China.
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Medicare is not in the toilet despite Republican’s gnashing of teeth and pulling of hair. The outlook for this wildly successful program is excellent. It looks like the projections made just five years ago – in 2009 have changed to show Medicare costs are right at 2.6 percentage points lower than […]
Jobs are necessary for people to live and eat. Barring that, they need unemployment benefits. Some in the GOP think extending such benefits is immoral.
The man in this photo thinks the rich should pay more in taxes to pay off public deficits. But who expected the buttoned-down IMF to agree with him?
If individuals ran their finances the same way conservatives expect the government to use tax revenue, everyone would rent their house and drive an old car.
Who are you going to believe? The Nobel Prize winning economist who’s been right about everything for years on end or the people that crashed the economy and made billions off our suffering?
Big Banking is preventing free market competition by surreptitiously acquiring government endorsement because of their size.
Defense cuts have slowed down our otherwise-growing economy, which proves that the GOP-led spending cuts won’t help us.
It is not often when a left-wing think tank, and a right-wing magazine are in full agreement, but when it comes to the federal minimum wage, they are, and it is a sign which we should take seriously.
Hear that? It’s the sound of air escaping the Romney campaign.
A higher GDP encourages the markets, which makes investors happy, and with shiny happy people talking about the market doing well, the confidence of everyone is boosted…which makes people want to go out and buy things. And turns out, we are!
The United States shows excellent economic growth from the third quarter.
September numbers show strong gains in U.S. home sales, consumer confidence, and housing prices.
Romney actually suggests voters should NOT ‘stop midstream and find someone new.’
Are you better off than you were four years ago? Although there are admittedly those who can’t feel it yet, the answer is in the numbers and the numbers tell us we are better off and things are improving every day.