Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Teleprompter-In-Chief talks, says nothing
If the percentage of working age Americans that have a job is exactly the same as it was three years ago, then why is the government telling us that the "unemployment rate" has gone down significantly during that time?
Why is real disposable income in the United States falling at the fastest rate that we have seen since 2008?
Why do 53 percent of all American workers make less than $30,000 a year?
Why are 76 percent of all Americans living paycheck to paycheck?
If the U.S. economy is recovering, why is the mortgage delinquency rate in the United States still nearly 10 percent?
What are the central banks of the world going to do when the 441 trillion dollar interest rate derivatives bubble starts to burst?
Why is government dependence in the U.S. at an all-time high if the economy is getting better? Back in 1960, the ratio of social welfare benefits to salaries and wages was approximately 10 percent. In the year 2000, the ratio of social welfare benefits to salaries and wages was approximately 21 percent. Today, the ratio of social welfare benefits to salaries and wages is approximately 35 percent.
The number of Americans on food stamps has grown from 32 million to 47 million while Barack Obama has been occupying the White House. So why is Obama paying recruiters to go out and get even more Americans to join the program?
Five years as President and we get campaign speech after campaign speech with class warfare at the heart.
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