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The Obama Legacy: Economic Woes, More Joblessness

THE OBAMA LEGACY: ECONOMIC WOES, MORE JOBLESSNESS

As Barack Obama, AKA Barry Soetoro, exits our White House, which can’t be a minute too soon, he leaves behind a “legacy” of joblessness and economic ruin, which only God can fix.

At the other end of the spectrum, President Elect Donald Trump has been on the phone and in meetings to save American jobs, which is exactly what he has done by negotiating with Carrier Air Conditioning, Ford Motor Company and possibly others we haven’t heard about yet.

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Jobless Claims Fall To 42-Year-Low??

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JOBLESS CLAIMS FALL TO 42-YEAR LOW??

Headlines on Thursday reported the jobless rate was at a 42-year low, pointing to continued improvement in the labor market, reported marketwatch.com.

These stats were based on a huge fall in applications for unemployment benefits. Perhaps there are dimwits who can’t figure out that the unemployment benefits of millions of unemployed people do finally run out, and they can’t reapply, unless they get a new job and pay enough money into the benefit pool, but most of us can see right through this unemployment rate facade.

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