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Posted on 02/04/2012 2:50:05 PM PST by Steelfish
Signs Point To More Strong Jobs Growth: Expert
(CBS News) There are indications the economy is getting stronger. The Labor Department said Friday 243,000 jobs were added last month, the largest gain since April of last year, and the unemployment rate fel to 8.3 percent, the lowest in three-years.
The numbers, says Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders, are "pretty close to great. What was unique about this month relative to past months is there was not much you could follow (with the word 'but'). The sport has been the skeptics diving into each month's number and finding some fault with it, and this time it was strength across the board, and that made it particularly unique relative to recent trends."
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I See BS.
Looks like they all got the memo.
Translation: Go Short!
Buncha bull Obama.
Time to confront CBS pigs and call them liars and whores.
A fist in their commie pig faces will get their attention.
Why doesn’t Liz quit her job at Chas. Schwab and go for a better one since jobs are falling out of the sky now that BO is running for re-election? Don’t these enablers know that every statement such as this is a death-blow to their credibility?
If Charles Schwab hires such heavy drinkers, I’m glad I have my funds elsewhere.
I don’t think anyone has accused CBS News of presenting accurate news recently! I think CBS News is more of an entertainment organization than a news organization. A couple of aging Democrat errand boys, boy news readers and bimbo airheads comprise what they call a news staff. If you want news, CBS is probably not the place to go, however; if you want to know what the English royalty are doing they probably can help out.
$118,000,000 per hour in deficit spending. It’s a tough job to maintain that burn rate, but our State is up to it.
Propaganda by Big Brother from The Ministry Of Truth.
And probably in the neighborhood of 1.5 million jobs lost.
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