ronjanec » January 23rd, 2017, 7:11 pm wrote:Lomax,
I am not in favor of doing anything to the Chinese people that would possibly cause their destruction ok?
ronjanec » January 23rd, 2017, 7:23 pm wrote:Lomax,
Buy the way, are you at least happy that your former PM Winston Churchill is back in the White House Oval Office, and your current PM has been invited to meet with him very soon? And look at how nice he has been to your famous Nigel: You just can't please some Brits no matter how hard you try. Nope :)
Braininvat » January 21st, 2017, 9:26 am wrote:
Change in Unemployment Rate % (U.S. Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
-2.0 Clinton I Democrat
-1.9 Reagan II Republican
-1.7 JFK/Johnson Democrat
-1.5 Johnson Democrat
-1.4 Truman Democrat
-1.1 Clinton II Democrat
-0.2 Reagan I Republican
0.0 Carter Democrat
+0.9 Bush, GW II Republican
+1.0 Bush, GW I Republican
+1.3 Eisenhower I Republican
+1.5 Nixon Republican
+1.9 Bush, GHW Republican
+2.4 Eisenhower II Republican
+2.6 Nixon/Ford Republican
The results go quite strongly in favour of your theory here, Ronjanec. They quite clearly show that many fewer people tend to have jobs at the end of a Republican presidency, than at the end of a Democrat presidency.
...add to list that unemployment under Obama dropped from 10% to below 5%.
But, yes, thank goodness our long national nightmare is over!
What is amazing is some people's beliefs go against the figures.
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