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FAUX News & Some Teapublicans Still Claiming Stimulus Didn't Work

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: president obama, stimulus, economy, american economy, unemployment rate, job creation, democrats, economy, GoodNews, goodnews, government, news, obama, politics, republicans, propaganda, usa )

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The economy was failing, then the Recovery Act started spending, then conditions quickly improved. In GOP minds, how is that possible? Was it magic? Was it a coincidence? How do they explain why every relevant economic metric showed sharp improvements?

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Jae A. (320)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 12:46 pm
They are Teabagers...facts don't interest them donche' know !

..and it was done without the help of GOP in CONgress ...who only keep trying to obstruct every thing that might help. Pretty amazing to have accomplish any improvement I think,all facts know.

Arielle S. (312)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 1:05 pm
Too many Republicans still living in the Middle Ages....besides that, it would probably kill them to admit Obama did something right.

Carrie B. (311)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 1:21 pm
The GOP never lets a little thing like truth get in the way of their hateful propaganda. If God came down and slapped them in the face and pointed out the obvious facts~they would still deny! What self-serving idiots!
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