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    Default Unemployment Claims Highest In 8 Months

    In the week ending April 30 unemployment claims rose by 43,000 to 474,000 which is the highest level in 8 months. Obongolo continues to be helpless in stemming the loss of American jobs. Hows the $4.00 a gallon gas working for you? I doubt the killing of UBL will be enough to carry the Kenyan Clown the next year and a half as everyone knows he had nothing to do with it. The biggest issue facing Americans is the economy which continues its downward slide the longer the Clown remains in office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gman0046 View Post
    In the week ending April 30 unemployment claims rose by 43,000 to 474,000 which is the highest level in 8 months. Obongolo continues to be helpless in stemming the loss of American jobs. Hows the $4.00 a gallon gas working for you? I doubt the killing of UBL will be enough to carry the Kenyan Clown the next year and a half as everyone knows he had nothing to do with it. The biggest issue facing Americans is the economy which continues its downward slide the longer the Clown remains in office.
    Also gas prices at record high prices!!!

    But Obama got Bin Laden, he will be a ground zero today "spiking the football!!"


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    UPDATE 1-Biden sees up to 200,000 new U.S. jobs next month

    WASHINGTON, April 23 (Reuters) - Vice President Joe Biden predicted on Friday the U.S. economy would create 100,000 to 200,000 jobs next month, with a rise to 250,000 to 500,000 jobs per month soon afterward, according to a press pool report.

    "We caught a lot of bad breaks on the way down. We're going to catch a few good breaks because of good planning on the way up," Biden told a political fundraiser in Pittsburgh, the pool report said, as he hailed the Obama administration's recovery efforts.

    President Barack Obama has insisted that boosting jobs is his top domestic priority, mindful that persistently high unemployment could mean heavy losses for his Democrats in November's congressional elections.

    U.S. employers created 162,000 jobs in March, the fastest rate in three years and widely seen as another sign the recovery from deep recession was moving onto solid footing.

    But the unemployment rate held steady at 9.7 percent, the Labor Department said.

    "All in all, we're going to be creating somewhere between 100,000 and 200,000 jobs next month, I predict," Biden was quoted as saying, while acknowledging he "got in trouble" for a job growth prediction in March.

    "Even some in the White House said 'Hey, don't get ahead of yourself.' Well I'm here to tell you some time in the next couple of months we're going to be creating between 250,000 jobs a month and 500,000 jobs a month."
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    The Republican Governors keep cutting school budgets, taking away chunks of income by increasing the ammount public employees have to pay for health insurance and increasing what they have to contribute to their retirement and cutting other programs putting more people out of work faster than than jobs can be created. No wonder unemployment is still high.

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    It's not the government's responsibility to "create jobs". It's the government's responsibility to keep regulation to a minimum and keep taxes to a minimum so that the private sector can create jobs! If the jobs he's talking about are govt jobs then forget it! There's no jobs because small business owners see no hope right now. Bidden is full of bullfeathers. He has "foot in mouth" disease!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gman0046 View Post
    In the week ending April 30 unemployment claims rose by 43,000 to 474,000 which is the highest level in 8 months. Obongolo continues to be helpless in stemming the loss of American jobs. Hows the $4.00 a gallon gas working for you? I doubt the killing of UBL will be enough to carry the Kenyan Clown the next year and a half as everyone knows he had nothing to do with it. The biggest issue facing Americans is the economy which continues its downward slide the longer the Clown remains in office.
    WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy added a stronger-than-expected 244,000 jobs in April, the Labor Department said Friday, as employers continued the solid pace of job creation seen in the prior two months.
    The number of jobs created last month was well above the 185,000 new jobs that analysts had predicted, the government reported. Private employers added 268,000 jobs — the most since February 2006.
    April marked the third straight month in which more than 200,000 jobs were created, the best three month hiring spree in five years. Job gains in March and February were even stronger than first reported.

    The data suggest businesses are confident in the economy despite weak growth earlier this year. Payrolls growth increased sharply in February and March, marking the fastest two-month pace of job creation since before the recession began and heralding a decisive shift in the labor market.
    “The trend now is definitely up,” former Federal Reserve governor Larry Meyer told CNBC Friday. “The economy is regaining momentum and we are on the path for above-trend growth. This [number] is much stronger than expected.”
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42928024...s_and_economy/

    Price of Oil

    $97.72 per barrel


    Oil is back under $100 a barrel so gasoline prices will also drop ---------What do you think gboy????????????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by BHB View Post
    It's not the government's responsibility to "create jobs". It's the government's responsibility to keep regulation to a minimum and keep taxes to a minimum so that the private sector can create jobs! If the jobs he's talking about are govt jobs then forget it! There's no jobs because small business owners see no hope right now. Bidden is full of bullfeathers. He has "foot in mouth" disease!

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    You got that right ! Out of state animal rights groups have lobbied in Oklahoma against kennels. They have just passed a bunch of regulations that will shut down most kennels in OK. These people who lose their livelyhood are going to be in trouble. The out of state people were provided food and drinks in a a big room at the capital I hear. Our Oklahoma breeders were mostly ignored when they went to the capital. Some of these kennels were family run so it will be more than one person who loses income. This will also hurt some stores when the kennel owners no longer buy dog food from them. Since most of you know about dogs you know that it was hard work taking care of adults and puppies 24 hours a day. The outside interests portrayed us as lazy hillbillies and they had the money to put ads everywhere plus many people calling even from out of state. They never showed pictures of good kennels just some places that should be shut down. Our elected people had a duty to hear us but only a few looked into this. Getting down off of my soap box now.

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    I notice MSNBC and Roger both failed to note that the unemployment rate rose back up to
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    Looks like you guys need to do something about all those liberal tree huggers in the OK legislature!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Looks like you guys need to do something about all those liberal tree huggers in the OK legislature!
    I sure hope we get it done. The biggest problem we have is people who know nothing about agriculture writing laws to regulate it at the momemt. Seems like the whole bunch is working toward making it where we will have to buy all the things we eat plus our dogs from other countries. So far small breeders are not being hit with too much regulation it seems. I see house dogs ( companion dogs only ) as getting very high priced. Those small breeders will never supply enough dogs for the USA pet market. Some people are already bringing in dogs for sale in the USA. Look up "soto" ( ? ).....it is an eye opener.
    And of course the dogs brought into the country are not subjct to the same regs that apply to we here in the USA.

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