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The Obama economy sure is a stinker. A whopping 69,000 new jobs were created last month. Only 12,631,000 to go!
Hope you can wait for yours. It's gonna be a while before Barry gets around to creating a job for you. He's kinda tied up fundraising for his re-election dontcha know.
The Dow is now negative for 2012. Hope you bought gold!
Q1 GDP was revised downward. Again. Hope you can believe the Commerce Department this time. Would they lie to you?
I think Instapundit found Obama's new campaign slogan: "I squandered $800 billion on a Keynesian stimulus and all I got was this lousy chart."
If you're keeping score at home that works out to around
$4.1 million dollars per job created. Hope we got a bargain.
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