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Obama is not a pizza

by an Unemployed White Male on October 11, 2012

in 2012 Presidential Election,Humor,Politics & Government

Obama is not a pizza

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Writer DW Gibson traveled across the country in search of the Great Recession’s victims. The result: Not Working, a portrait of America’s 21st-century unemployed. Here are a few of the tales he came home with.

Over the summer and fall of 2011, I drove across the country from southern California to New York City. I made the trip with filmmaker MJ Sieber, playwright Mallery Avidon, and — when she could escape her job — my wife, Tasha Garcia Gibson.

Full article at CNNMoney.com

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The United States economy is on the road to recovery, the White House said Friday, with stronger job growth expected this year.

But income inequality and Europe’s debt crisis could still pose challenges, according to a report released by President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers.

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Like Barack Obama, Mitt Romney is not like or for the average middle class American

January 29, 2012

Like Barack Obama, Mitt Romney thinks he’s one of us, the average American, that he can identify with the working class or middle class American. Obama has never held a regular job. He’s lives off politics and the public dole. Romney has had many jobs, basically building his wealth on the backs of average Americans. [...]

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The simple objective of Obama’s next economic strategy: keep his own job

September 20, 2011
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No kidding? Really? More Americans agree we are worse off since Obama inaugurated

June 23, 2011

By a 44 percent to 34 percent margin, Americans say they believe they are worse off than when President Barack Obama took office in early 2009, when the U.S. was in the depths of a recession compounded by the September 2008 financial crisis and the economy was losing as many as 820,000 jobs a month. [...]

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Voting Democratic or Republican advances the destruction of America

September 26, 2010

The choices are grim for American voters in general, and Pennsylvania voters in particular, in the 2010 general election. Voting for either the Democratic Party candidate or the Republican Party candidate assuredly advances the demise, the destruction, of the United States of America: the nation, the government, the economy, and its people, especially the working [...]

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