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    Economic growth so strong, the GOP is literally at a loss for words
    Around this time three years ago, in response to encouraging news on economic growth, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel published a celebratory tweet:
    This came to mind yesterday, after the public learned that economic growth in 2021 reached its highest level in nearly four decades, on the heels of news that the economy created 6.4 million jobs last year and saw the sharpest one-year improvement in the unemployment rate on record.
    The RepubliQans simply ignored the strongest economic growth since 1984, as if it didn't happen.
    The RNC didn't bother to issue a statement. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell similarly acted as if the developments weren't worthy of acknowledgement.
    In other words, economic growth was so good in Biden's first year in the White House that Republicans literally found themselves at a loss for words.
    In the last 30 years of Presidential Elections, the Republicans have only won the popular vote ONCE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Capitalist View Post
    Economic growth so strong, the GOP is literally at a loss for words
    Around this time three years ago, in response to encouraging news on economic growth, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel published a celebratory tweet:
    This came to mind yesterday, after the public learned that economic growth in 2021 reached its highest level in nearly four decades, on the heels of news that the economy created 6.4 million jobs last year and saw the sharpest one-year improvement in the unemployment rate on record.
    The RepubliQans simply ignored the strongest economic growth since 1984, as if it didn't happen.
    The RNC didn't bother to issue a statement. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell similarly acted as if the developments weren't worthy of acknowledgement.
    In other words, economic growth was so good in Biden's first year in the White House that Republicans literally found themselves at a loss for words.
    Inflation is the highest it has been in 40 years, Jimmy Carter is loving Biden. Americans have less money to spend than they did one year ago
    Dutch Uncle finally admits he is a steaming pile of chickenshit!

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    the public learned that economic growth in 2021 reached its highest level in nearly four decades, on the heels of news that the economy created 6.4 million jobs last year and saw the sharpest one-year improvement in the unemployment rate on record.
    Weird. Trump practically guaranteed that if Biden were allowed to be inaugurated, he would put us into a massive economic depression.

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    Conservatives really cling to "inflation." Which was inevitable.

    Once again, a Democrat President presides over a recovery from a crash that they inherited from a Republican.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stringfellow Hawk View Post
    Inflation is the highest it has been in 40 years
    Which has nothing to do with the strength of the economy.


    Americans have less money to spend than they did one year ago
    Because of the loss of the Child Tax Credit.
    "While you're worried about bad apples
    We're wary of the roots
    Because no healthy tree
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    Weird. Trump practically guaranteed that if Biden were allowed to be inaugurated, he would put us into a massive economic depression.
    That is very true...every single Conservative and moderate on JPP was saying this exact thing.
    "While you're worried about bad apples
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Capitalist View Post
    Economic growth so strong, the GOP is literally at a loss for words
    Around this time three years ago, in response to encouraging news on economic growth, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel published a celebratory tweet:
    This came to mind yesterday, after the public learned that economic growth in 2021 reached its highest level in nearly four decades, on the heels of news that the economy created 6.4 million jobs last year and saw the sharpest one-year improvement in the unemployment rate on record.
    The RepubliQans simply ignored the strongest economic growth since 1984, as if it didn't happen.
    The RNC didn't bother to issue a statement. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell similarly acted as if the developments weren't worthy of acknowledgement.
    In other words, economic growth was so good in Biden's first year in the White House that Republicans literally found themselves at a loss for words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stringfellow Hawk View Post
    Inflation is the highest it has been in 40 years, Jimmy Carter is loving Biden. Americans have less money to spend than they did one year ago
    Hey dipshit, you realize inflation is higher in most Western countries, right?

    It's all because you called COVID a hoax at the beginning, which turned it into a pandemic that you lost control of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BartenderElite View Post
    Conservatives really cling to "inflation." Which was inevitable.

    Once again, a Democrat President presides over a recovery from a crash that they inherited from a Republican.
    crash my ass, a crash is coming, big recession just like 40 years ago. Returns on stocks are 1/4 of what the last administration was giving us and they keep dwindling down
    Dutch Uncle finally admits he is a steaming pile of chickenshit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Capitalist View Post
    Economic growth so strong, the GOP is literally at a loss for words
    Around this time three years ago, in response to encouraging news on economic growth, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel published a celebratory tweet:
    This came to mind yesterday, after the public learned that economic growth in 2021 reached its highest level in nearly four decades, on the heels of news that the economy created 6.4 million jobs last year and saw the sharpest one-year improvement in the unemployment rate on record.
    The RepubliQans simply ignored the strongest economic growth since 1984, as if it didn't happen.
    The RNC didn't bother to issue a statement. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell similarly acted as if the developments weren't worthy of acknowledgement.
    In other words, economic growth was so good in Biden's first year in the White House that Republicans literally found themselves at a loss for words.
    Op brought to you by the faggots who invented hollywood book keeping and use a list of fallacies as a military training manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Capitalist View Post
    Economic growth so strong, the GOP is literally at a loss for words
    Around this time three years ago, in response to encouraging news on economic growth, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel published a celebratory tweet:
    This came to mind yesterday, after the public learned that economic growth in 2021 reached its highest level in nearly four decades, on the heels of news that the economy created 6.4 million jobs last year and saw the sharpest one-year improvement in the unemployment rate on record.
    The RepubliQans simply ignored the strongest economic growth since 1984, as if it didn't happen.
    The RNC didn't bother to issue a statement. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell similarly acted as if the developments weren't worthy of acknowledgement.
    In other words, economic growth was so good in Biden's first year in the White House that Republicans literally found themselves at a loss for words.
    The only words they know are "yeah, because of Trump." lol
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." -- JFK (5/17/61)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    The only words they know are "yeah, because of Trump." lol
    Im actually ready to believe this slag is dumb enough to believe herself.

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    Demonicrat erra, a place in time when people were dumb enough to believe people going back to work, constitutes job creation......

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    Quote Originally Posted by LV426 View Post
    That is very true...every single Conservative and moderate on JPP was saying this exact thing.
    I waited 8 years, from January 2009 to January 2017 for the economic crash Deplorables told me Obama would cause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonLich View Post
    Im actually ready to believe this slag is dumb enough to believe herself.
    So which previously banned Incel troll are you?
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." -- JFK (5/17/61)

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