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Old 06-27-2014
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I'm a GD republican you idiot. You don't have a GD clue and morons like you are the reason "conservatives" are rightfully the butt of daily jokes.

If you had a clue you would know that monetary policy right now is geared toward damping down inflation whenever it happens. You would also know that there is lively debate about whether or not that is the best policy.

Unlike you, oh great open minded conservative, I haven't decided the issue in advance to fit my idiot anti-Obama screeds, but I am very aware that simpletons like you aren't liberal or conservative. You are just stupid.

Back to the original point you stupid moron. Tell you what...if all of your bloviating is correct....Obama Obama Obama policies responsible for 4th quarter downward revision in GDP. So enlighten us all. Here's a figure from your original article.



So tell us great wise economist which items on your laundry list of causes for the 4th quarter decline changed from Q3, Q2, etc? What policies did Obama change?

Yeah. Suck on that. Moron.
What you are is a LIAR. Suck on that dick head.
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A Recovery Stymied by Redistribution

Public policy intended to make layoffs less painful actually made layoffs cheaper and more common.

This is adapted from remarks by University of Chicago economics professor Casey B. Mulligan on receiving the Hayek Prize on June 25 from the Manhattan Institute for his book "The Redistribution Recession":

Why has the labor market contracted so much and why does it remain depressed? Major subsidies and regulations intended to help the poor and unemployed were changed in more than a dozen ways—and although these policies were advertised as employment-expanding, the fact is that they reduced incentives for people to work and for businesses to hire.

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Nice summary of the failures of this presidency.

"Sometimes, you have to admit you're wrong. And, we were wrong. We said that things couldn't get much worse after the sub par presidency of George W. Bush. But, President Barack Obama's administration has us yearning for the good ol' days when we were at least winning battles in Iraq."

Read more:*http://billingsgazette.com/news/opin...#ixzz36auC7Do6
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PERSPECTIVES ON IMMIGRATION :
Cut Legal Admissions by Two-Thirds : Immigration: A senator offers a 'stabilization' bill.

The federal government has been grossly irresponsible in its neglect of mounting immigration problems, even as these problems place unbearable burdens on states like California. It is regrettable that states have reached a point where the only avenue they have for justice is the courts. It is even more regrettable that this Administration and this Congress stand by and allow the federal courts to decide the nation's immigration policies.Taxpayers simply cannot continue to sustain new populations the size of San Diego or the state of Nevada every year. California is sending up the red flag tat Washington should heed.Unprecedented demands are being placed on job markets, schools, hospitals, police, social safety nets, infrastructure and natural resources. Unlimited new arrivals pressuring these systems threaten to overwhelm them.In the West, we have a real appreciation for dwindling natural resources. We fight for water from the Colorado River, the Truckee River and other scarce sources. We endlessly debate policies governing public lands, mining and livestock grazing. But rarely do we consider the burdens that millions of new people place every year on our water supplies air quality, parks, lakes, recreation areas and public land.Our doors should remain open, but only wide enough to admit those to whom we can realistically offer opportunity and security. To leave the door unguarded is to create an environment in which no one can live securely and peacefully. And so I am sponsoring a bill in the Senate to reduce immigration-legal and illegal.
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PERSPECTIVES ON IMMIGRATION :
Cut Legal Admissions by Two-Thirds : Immigration: A senator offers a 'stabilization' bill.

The federal government has been grossly irresponsible in its neglect of mounting immigration problems, even as these problems place unbearable burdens on states like California. It is regrettable that states have reached a point where the only avenue they have for justice is the courts. It is even more regrettable that this Administration and this Congress stand by and allow the federal courts to decide the nation's immigration policies.Taxpayers simply cannot continue to sustain new populations the size of San Diego or the state of Nevada every year. California is sending up the red flag tat Washington should heed.Unprecedented demands are being placed on job markets, schools, hospitals, police, social safety nets, infrastructure and natural resources. Unlimited new arrivals pressuring these systems threaten to overwhelm them.In the West, we have a real appreciation for dwindling natural resources. We fight for water from the Colorado River, the Truckee River and other scarce sources. We endlessly debate policies governing public lands, mining and livestock grazing. But rarely do we consider the burdens that millions of new people place every year on our water supplies air quality, parks, lakes, recreation areas and public land.Our doors should remain open, but only wide enough to admit those to whom we can realistically offer opportunity and security. To leave the door unguarded is to create an environment in which no one can live securely and peacefully. And so I am sponsoring a bill in the Senate to reduce immigration-legal and illegal.
Answer: Harry Reid, Democratic U.S. senator from Nevada, August 10, 1994
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