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Posted on November 29 at 5:10 p.m. (Suggest removal)

JanesJoy,
AMAZING!
It's funny to watch a misogynist at work. I can't remember when I've read a more condescending post in the comments section.
albright1 seems to think that you need things "explained" to you. :)


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Posted on November 29 at 4:25 p.m. (Suggest removal)

You're right JanesJoy.
They reject facts, while hype is accepted as if it were fact.

From the NY State Dept of Labor, November 15, 2012:
New York State's economy added 5,900 private sector jobs in October, the State Department of Labor reported today. The job growth brings the total to 110,300 private sector jobs added to the state’s economy in 2012 "AND SETS ALL-TIME HIGH JOB COUNT FOR NEW YORK AT 7,340,100."
http://www.labor.ny.gov/stats/pressrelea...


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Posted on November 29 at 1:37 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Albright1
MY response was to Ginna99 posting: "NYS is 50th in business and job creation".
CNBC lists NY State as 3rd in job creation in the last year. NY State Dept of Labor has a similar figure: (Private Sector Jobs, June 2011 - June 2012) an increases of 1.9%, +139,100 jobs.


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Posted on November 29 at 9:41 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Gina99
In the 12 months between CNBC 2011 and 2012 Top States for Business reports, the economy has created 1.8 million jobs — by far the most since the 2006-2007 period.

New York State is #3 in Jobs!
1. Texas - 237,500 Net Job Creation
2. California - 211,500
3. New York - 135,000
4. New Jersey - 50,700
5. Florida - 50,300
A third of the new jobs has been concentrated in 10 states. Five states — Alaska, Maine, Mississippi, Rhode Island and Wisconsin — have lost jobs in the 12 months.


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Posted on November 27 at 5:01 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Posted in Sunday's Gazette, and re-posted here:

The "Entitlement People" are mostly in Red States... and they get their "Entitlement Funds" mostly from the Blue States.
Of the 32 states which receive more than they contribute, 27 states (84%) are Republican Red States.
Of the 18 states which contribute more than they receive, 14 states (78%) are Democrat Blue States!
If the Red Welfare States secede from USA, the result would be a tax cut for the Blue States (Donor States) who fund the Red States entitlements.
http://thecentristword.files.wordpress.c......


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Posted on November 27 at 12:04 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Bob Nicolella - The states with the highest divorce rate in the USA are all RED STATES:
10.Arizona
9. Tennessee
8. Georgia
7. Mississippi
6. Nevada
5. Kentucky
4. Alabama
3. Alaska
2. Arkansas
1. Oklahoma
Republican Red States lead the nation in poverty, crime and divorce. Please Red Staters, SECEDE


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Posted on November 26 at 12:47 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Wmarincic,
The "Entitlement People" you mention are mostly in the Red States... and they get their "Entitlement Funds" mostly from the Blue States.
Of the 32 states which receive more than they contribute, 27 states (84%) are Republican Red States.
Of the 18 states which contribute more than they receive, 14 states (78%) are Democrat Blue States!
If the Red States secede from USA, the result would be a tax cut for the Blue States (Donor States) who fund the Red States (Welfare States) entitlements.
http://thecentristword.files.wordpress.c...


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Posted on November 25 at 10:44 a.m. (Suggest removal)

The sooner the REAL USA gets rid of the racist Red State Haters, the better.
Please, secede!


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Posted on November 23 at 7:47 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Walter
The election is over. Romney and the Republicans suffered a resounding loss.
Get over it. Quit complaining. Call your congressman or senator and push for a bipartisan jobs bill.


From: Obama’s supporters accepted his failings — hook, line and sinker


Posted on November 14 at 9 a.m. (Suggest removal)

wmarincic Claims that: "liberalism is a mental disorder". I'm sure he sees it that way, but in fact, the opposite is true. Prominent Conservatives have displayed each of these ten telltale signs of mental illness over the past year:
1) Denial: humans did not evolve; Obama is not a native-born American Christian
2) Delusion: climate is not changing
3) Hallucination: God ordained me to be President
4) Disordered Thinking: being for small government that's huge in the bedroom; being anti-contraception and anti-abortion
5) Anger: Newt Gingrich’s perpetual scowl
6) Anti-social Behavior: toward women, gays, minorities, anyone without an umbilical cord or trust fund
7) Sexual Preoccupation: a fervent compulsion to control when we can mate, with whom we can mate, and precisely how we are allowed to mate
8) Grandiosity: even Rick Santorum recognizes Gingrich’s “over the moon” grandiosity
9) General Oddness: Ron Paul
10) Paranoia: pretty much all of them, all of the time.

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evol...


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