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15 mins ago, flyangler said:

The monthly jobs data for April were just released, 256,000 vs nearly a million in expectations. That is a quarter of the expected jobs. This is so far off the mark, and so different than the ADP data that got the OP excited, to be wrong. I would expect a big revision next month, I hope, otherwise something killed jobs in April. 

Oh, you can expect a revision allright...and if they stick to their playbooks, the numbers won't be any better.

 

Actions have consequences.  Capital does not trickle up.  Capital is mobile.  So simple yet libs cannot comprehend

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6 mins ago, makorider said:

Oh, you can expect a revision allright...and if they stick to their playbooks, the numbers won't be any better.

 

Actions have consequences.  Capital does not trickle up.  Capital is mobile.  So simple yet libs cannot comprehend

Fox Business moments ago guy pointed out that in an absurd way, bad jobs news is both good news for the stock market and good news for progressive plans. 

  1. Weak jobs data allows the Fed to talk about "lower for longer" and pushback hard on notions that the Fed will reduce their balance sheet or raise rates any time soon. 
  2. Weak jobs data increases the arguments for those who think the economy needs even more fiscal stimulus with taxpayer money. 

Everyday hear another employer talking about not being able to hire people because they make more money staying home and collecting state and federal benefits. Or, they stay home, make a little less, but have not need to work, save on commuting, etc. Also hear of those who are both collecting and working off the books at same time. 

 

We know a woman who owns a housekeeping business. Pre-Covid she had 20 girls working for her, all on the books, now she has 5. She cannot get the others back, nor find new girls who can do the work, because of the stim and unemployment checks. 

 

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14 hours ago, Jmat321 said:

Prioritizing the pandemic above all else.  Staying out of the petty BS the previous admin was always caught up in.  There’s confidence out there now.  The doom and gloom is fading.  

Wow you are truly broken if you believe any of what you typed

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15 hours ago, Jmat321 said:

Prioritizing the pandemic above all else.  Staying out of the petty BS the previous admin was always caught up in.  There’s confidence out there now.  The doom and gloom is fading.  

Other than being a cheerleader, what has Biden DONE to improve the pandemic? What has he done that was not part of the Trump plan, other than being a cheerleader?

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16 hours ago, Nessmuk said:

How are we gonna climb out of the debt?

BY devaluating the US greenback dollar bill!

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33 mins ago, flyangler said:

Fox Business moments ago guy pointed out that in an absurd way, bad jobs news is both good news for the stock market and good news for progressive plans. 

  1. Weak jobs data allows the Fed to talk about "lower for longer" and pushback hard on notions that the Fed will reduce their balance sheet or raise rates any time soon. 
  2. Weak jobs data increases the arguments for those who think the economy needs even more fiscal stimulus with taxpayer money. 

Everyday hear another employer talking about not being able to hire people because they make more money staying home and collecting state and federal benefits. Or, they stay home, make a little less, but have not need to work, save on commuting, etc. Also hear of those who are both collecting and working off the books at same time. 

 

We know a woman who owns a housekeeping business. Pre-Covid she had 20 girls working for her, all on the books, now she has 5. She cannot get the others back, nor find new girls who can do the work, because of the stim and unemployment checks. 

 

Guy interviewed on Bloomberg this a.m. said that the extra unemployment benefits are keeping people at home any more, I almost drove my truck off the road. 

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Socialism is in full swing ...stay home we can pay you at the taxpayers expense .....48% in payroll taxes isn’t out of the question .....oooh from $400k we are now down to $200k .... the over 400k crowd the only ones supposed to pay for the community college and pre school in addition to payroll taxes ....if these proposed programs go thru and you have 2 paychecks your paying ...and don’t forget about that 26% on those 401k deposits plus your capital gains ....LOL LOL LOL ...what ever a dem touches he turns to c h I t ....unless your on the governments money tit...LOL LOL LOL 

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Welp need to do something about these unemployment payouts and the skills gap.  Everyone’s hiring just have to get people out of the house now.

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Workforce  participation of women is way low too. record low

 

This pandemic made them realize they would rather stay home and make sandwiches than go to work.

 

THe democrats have set back race relations AND gender equality 50 years

Edited by jkrock

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2 hours ago, flyangler said:

Fox Business moments ago guy pointed out that in an absurd way, bad jobs news is both good news for the stock market and good news for progressive plans. 

  1. Weak jobs data allows the Fed to talk about "lower for longer" and pushback hard on notions that the Fed will reduce their balance sheet or raise rates any time soon. 
  2. Weak jobs data increases the arguments for those who think the economy needs even more fiscal stimulus with taxpayer money. 

Everyday hear another employer talking about not being able to hire people because they make more money staying home and collecting state and federal benefits. Or, they stay home, make a little less, but have not need to work, save on commuting, etc. Also hear of those who are both collecting and working off the books at same time. 

 

We know a woman who owns a housekeeping business. Pre-Covid she had 20 girls working for her, all on the books, now she has 5. She cannot get the others back, nor find new girls who can do the work, because of the stim and unemployment checks. 

 

I expect this to all show up as a burst of inflation shortly.  Or if Biden gets all his budgets passed, it won't just be a burst.

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1 hour ago, Jmat321 said:

Welp need to do something about these unemployment payouts and the skills gap.  Everyone’s hiring just have to get people out of the house now.

:point: HAHAHAHA....

 

What a job Hiden is doing. Remind me again how he's on top of everything? Maybe they switched the jobs report with the number of illegals streaming across the border in April. 

 

200k or close to it....hahahaha

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3 hours ago, KnewBee said:

Certainly looking better in the jobs numbers.

 

 

750K miss - well done comrade! Your guy deserves it - Hiden in his ice cream. 

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19 hours ago, Nessmuk said:

How are we gonna climb out of the debt?

I'm afraid we'll go to war before we ever climb out of this mess.........

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