Skip to comments.Hillary: ‘Loosen Regulation’ Because ‘Too Many People Still Can’t Find Jobs’-In Tunisia, Egypt,
Posted on 09/28/2012 4:13:02 PM PDT by Nachum
(CNSNews.com) - Speaking to a group of foreign ministers from Arab nations at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York on Friday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressed support for loosening regulations, particularly on small businesses, because too many people still cant find jobs--in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya.
In Libya, according to an estimate published in May by the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development [OECD], real Gross Domestic Product is expected to grow this year at a rate of 20.1 percentor about 15 times the 1.3 percent annualized rate at which real GDP grew in the United States in the second quarter of this year. The OECD further estimated that Libyas real GDP would grow by another 9.5 percent next year.
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Can you please plead that case to the US Congress?
He\\ woman, tell your boss!
And WTF do we care about the Tunisians?
Get everyone in your circle of family, friends,church and work to vote Republican.
The CHoom Gang known as the Obama Administration need to be booted out of office on November 6th.
Team Romney are you paying attention?! This is beat them like donkeys material!
We need more cowbell!
People can’t find jobs in Syria, Jordan, Saudi, Kuwait, Iraq, Yemen, Pocky-shtahn and every god-forsaken muslim country.
They did not have any 1400 years ago and they won’t have them a 1000 years from now.
That’s islam, baby.
Please let there be video.
More proof that the Dims know that getting government out of the way is good for the people and that they are purposely destroying the middle class and the Nation.
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