Skip to comments.Week After Reporting Economic Contraction, Reuters Claims Booming Economy Could Help Democrats
Posted on 05/12/2014 9:15:46 AM PDT by PJ-Comix
Do Reuters writers even read Reuters?
One has to ask this question because just a week after Lucia Mutikani of Reuters reported that the paltry 0.1 percent economic growth for the first quarter would probably be revised to show a contraction, Richard Cowan also of Reuters declared that a "rising" U.S. economy could help Democrats. To get an idea of the absurdity of these wildly contrasting Reuters reports, let us first look at Cowan's happy look today at a non-existent economy that would help Democrats...if only it were true:
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Conway Twitty - It’s Only Make Believe
“Richard Cowan also of Reuters declared that a “rising” U.S. economy could help Democrats.”
Yes, if the economy rises, it could help democrats. But it hasnt and it isn’t.
LIke Obama, Clinton, Biden, Pelosi, Reid & all Democrats....Reuters lies!!! Panic is alive and well in both the Democrat Party & their lap dog “hate America” media!!! Yes,,,,Virginia....November, 2014 is coming fast!!!
I suppose a rising economy COULD help the Dems. But, first you have to have a rising economy.
flashback to last October
“While members of the class of 2014 have some cause to celebrate . . . only 17 percent of these soon-to-be grads have a job lined up, according to AfterCollege Inc.”
I imagine it will be hard to sell big government liberalism to young voters who are unemployed and in debt or about to graduate and looking at the class a year and two years ahead of them, flipping burgers to pay their student loans.
When ever looking at GDP, don’t forget they changed the formula in 2013.
“GDP Revisions Make Recovery Look Better, Recession Not as Bad”
Back on the plantation in no time...
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