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Where is "the Congo"? I've been to the Republic of Congo, and am currently right across the river from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Both of which are much closer to the liberal "government is the answer" policy, than the conservative "government is the problem" philosophy.
While they are head and shoulders above both the dems and reps when it comes to corruption, their governance style fits more with the dems.2 weeks ago
It's called the Labor Participation Rate (U-6), MurphRN. If 100 people are out of work one week, 10 quit looking the next week, the unemployment number drops by 10% even if no one finds a job. The unemployment rate is incomplete with out factoring the U-6 in.
As for stocks being at an "all time high"... The Dow is a BS indicator. It only includes 30 stocks, that are price weighted. Adjusted for CPI, the Dow is still 7.8% below it's high in 2000. The S&P 500 is a more accurate indicator, and it is still 30% below it's inflation adjusted all time high,2 weeks ago
"If you you've read the stories lately..."? Didn't the Goldwater Institute give up on this issue over a week ago?2 weeks ago
What have you been smoking Arizona Willy? Each and every H.R you posted was passed by the House and Senate, and signed into law. H.R. 3630 and H.R. 674 were both sponsored by Republicans. As for the two sponsored by Democrats: Both were enacted when the Dems controlled the House and Senate.
As for voting no on job creation, unlike the Senate the House has to vote. There are currently 15 House jobs bills pigeonholed by the Senate Majority Leader. Think they'll ever be brought to a vote? Where is your outrage?6 months ago