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HammerTime

Member Since: Sun Jan 07, 2018
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Silver Surfer

Member Since: Mon Jun 25, 2018
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Subj: Re: Yeah, I'm smart
Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 at 01:12:40 am EST (Viewed 214 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Yeah, I'm smart
Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 at 12:11:39 am EST (Viewed 213 times)




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    No it isn't, you liar. The strongest, ever? Like as in since the founding of America?



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    The strongest and most durable economy in the history was in the 50s and 60, to the point where the early 60s recession had little effect on over all productivity or wages, and could be managed into a relatively mind status.


Nope. It’s now.

http://en.mercopress.com/2019/01/05/us-economy-ever-so-strong-312.000-jobs-added-in-december

But even if we disagree, why argue such a small point when it’s universal that the economy is doing great? Even Donald Trump’s public enemy #1 can’t deny this.

https://money.cnn.com/2018/01/30/news/economy/us-economy-boom-history/index.html


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    And the most "booming economy" was the 90s, due in large part to the information.


90’s were good. Today is better.


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    The fact is that most of the jobs added in both the current administration and current are lower income jobs. Yes, wages are ticking up, and that is good, but the pay opportunities are not enough to restore the middle class to its former glory.


A silly claim, given that the definition of the middle class is relative.

https://money.cnn.com/infographic/economy/what-is-middle-class-anyway/index.html


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    While there have been upticks in manufacturing payroll under Trump, it slowed down last year. In fact most production slowed down last year.

    That doesn't inherently mean doom and gloom, but it shows a certain lack of sustainability.

    The problem is everyone gets bogged down in certain numbers, like unemployment, which is low, but not necessarily the types of jobs.

    The underemployment rate has been rather high for several years.

    Now, personally, I believe this has to do with the old revolution getting old, and a smaller need for what once had many. That a government solution form anybody is unlikely, and we just have to wait for the next economic revelation.

    Either way, strong or not, is not the strongest ever.
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Eh, shut up all ready. It’s undoubtedly very strong, there’s no “either way” about it, you liar.


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    And by the by, I don't think raking leaves will be as helpful say you think. For starters, you'll have to wait about ten months.


You haven’t been to my neighborhood then. But it’s interesting that you miss the point. There are numerous ways to earn a paltry income to pay for small credit card interest. And if you cant, just file for state unemployment benefits. I’m surprised you weren’t aware of that, though—democrats always know where the free handouts are.


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    And as someone who used to do manual labor (and not raking, building fences, painting, that jive), the number of people who want to pay to have things that small done, are few and far between. AND they will pay you very little, most likely (there is a reason why it is mostly kids who do it).


Maybe because your work quality was so poor, did you ever think of that? I wouldn’t hire you either.


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    And since I guess you are in your 40s, your body will more than likely keep you from getting the amount you would need to cover much.


First, you shouldn’t be speculating about anybody’s age. It’s offensive and I’m offended.

Second, it might surprise you that not everyone lays on the couch all day, afraid to go to the gym like the typical male democrat.






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