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Mar 18, 2014 19:19:31   #
vernon
 
LOUISIANA HAS A 4.9 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE.NOW GET RID OF THE DEMORAT GOVS AND GET RESPONSIBLE GOVT THAT IS TRUTHFULL AND NOT JUST PLAYING POLITICS.

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Mar 18, 2014 19:48:28   #
lpnmajor Loc: Arkansas
 
vernon wrote:
LOUISIANA HAS A 4.9 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE.NOW GET RID OF THE DEMORAT GOVS AND GET RESPONSIBLE GOVT THAT IS TRUTHFULL AND NOT JUST PLAYING POLITICS.


Since it's about 6.3% nationally, they appear to be doing pretty good.

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Mar 18, 2014 19:54:10   #
vernon
 
lpnmajor wrote:
Since it's about 6.3% nationally, they appear to be doing pretty good.


it will be under 3% in a couple of months.the secret is responsible govt and a gov hustleing for more industry.

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Mar 18, 2014 23:32:18   #
The Dutchman
 
lpnmajor wrote:
Since it's about 6.3% nationally, they appear to be doing pretty good.


They would be doing even better if they got rid of the few idiotic dumbohcraps they have left!

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Mar 19, 2014 06:33:06   #
lpnmajor Loc: Arkansas
 
The Dutchman wrote:
They would be doing even better if they got rid of the few idiotic dumbohcraps they have left!


That's pretty far fetched. The Repubs didn't do any better under Bush and you think they'll do better now? What's changed? Using MDMA instead of cocaine maybe?

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Mar 19, 2014 10:32:53   #
The Dutchman
 
lpnmajor wrote:
That's pretty far fetched. The Repubs didn't do any better under Bush and you think they'll do better now? What's changed? Using MDMA instead of cocaine maybe?



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Mar 19, 2014 10:57:20   #
vernon
 
lpnmajor wrote:
That's pretty far fetched. The Repubs didn't do any better under Bush and you think they'll do better now? What's changed? Using MDMA instead of cocaine maybe?


your wrong the crash was caused by a demorat congress that forced the banks to give loans to people who just couldent pay the loans back under any conditions.a lot of people really dont know how bad this was.

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Mar 19, 2014 12:14:17   #
cold iron Loc: White House
 
lpnmajor wrote:
That's pretty far fetched. The Repubs didn't do any better under Bush and you think they'll do better now? What's changed? Using MDMA instead of cocaine maybe?



Yeah well Bush did ok untill you pin heads took over congress and put Nancy P in control, O did you forget that?

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Mar 19, 2014 13:08:36   #
vernon
 
lpnmajor wrote:
That's pretty far fetched. The Repubs didn't do any better under Bush and you think they'll do better now? What's changed? Using MDMA instead of cocaine maybe?



bushs highest deficit in 8yrs was 400bil and the dems were screaming about the deficit and how unpatriotic he was .i guess that makes obama guilty of treason.

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Mar 19, 2014 13:11:04   #
bna42 Loc: Dixie
 
"The Repubs didn't do any better under Bush and you think they'll do better now?"

When did Bush and the Repubs have control in Louisiana?

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Mar 19, 2014 16:11:46   #
Hungry Freaks
 
vernon wrote:
LOUISIANA HAS A 4.9 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE.NOW GET RID OF THE DEMORAT GOVS AND GET RESPONSIBLE GOVT THAT IS TRUTHFULL AND NOT JUST PLAYING POLITICS.


citing party leadership in any one state for low unemployment is fraught with perils.

Minnesota-Democrat governor and leglisature-4.7
Hawaii-Democratic governor and legislature-4.6
Wyoming-Republicns governor and legislature-4.3
Vermont-Democratic governor and legislature-4.0
South Dakota -Republican governor and legislature-3.5
North Dakota-Republican governor and legislature-2.6

It helps if masses of oil shale is found under your state. And Louisiana gets a boost from it's oil industry.

Nor does is seem party affiliation works on what states have high unemployment.

Arkansas (R), Rhode Island (D), Kentucky(R), Arizona (R), Mississippi (R) Michigan(D) and California (D) all have unemployment rates above the national average.

Those who are to blinded by partisanship can't seem to see the forest for the trees. Government has something to do with business growth and failure. But there are a dozen other influences-a particular key industry in a state are in a slump, aging infrastructure, changing trends in business (such as the rise of shale oil in ND, SD), older, inefficient plants closing, and so on.

But continue to see it through partisan eyes if you wish. Just be prepared to have holes punched in your partisanship.

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Mar 19, 2014 16:21:57   #
bobgssc
 
vernon wrote:
your wrong the crash was caused by a demorat congress that forced the banks to give loans to people who just couldent pay the loans back under any conditions.a lot of people really dont know how bad this was.


Janet Reno was the mouth for that. She threatened all sorts of things if the banks kept loaning responsibly. (not a typo)

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Mar 19, 2014 16:23:14   #
Hungry Freaks
 
It helps when the nation unemployment rate is on the decline.

Some other factors-

Adjust for inflation, gasoline prices are at their lowest since 2004.

The Stock Market has doubled since 2009.

Corporate profits are at record highs.

US industrial production is at a 14 year high.

Some of this can be traced back to federal or state government action. Much of it is due to the nature of the fee market system.

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Mar 19, 2014 16:31:51   #
Hungry Freaks
 
The sub-prime mortgage crisis was caused by banks trying to boost their bottom lines-not due to any push by Democrat or Republican federal officials.

The rea estate market was hot and the private banks and financial institutions all wanted to get in on the action.

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, two government-backed mortgage companies originally had stricter guildlines. But to remain competitive, they lowered their standards.

It's amazing to see what legnths people will go to to put a partisan spin on something.

Those wishing to push the sub-prime crisis on anybody should look at the de-regulation of the financial industry by both parties and the failure of the Bush administration to place any kind of regulation on the bundled mortgage securities, if they want to find a boogeyman for the meltdown of 2008.

Free market capitalism has always had a boom-bust cycle. Both parties are complicit, neither part is solely at fault.

Those bile-colored glass some of the hyper-right wear is obscuring their vision.




bobgssc wrote:
Janet Reno was the mouth for that. She threatened all sorts of things if the banks kept loaning responsibly. (not a typo)

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Mar 19, 2014 18:25:18   #
vernon
 
lpnmajor wrote:
Since it's about 6.3% nationally, they appear to be doing pretty good.


6.5

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