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Thursday, January 26, 2006

Nobody pays attention to signs

Apparently, the public isn't as impressed with the economy as Bush and his puppets are. But then, paying higher prices for everything while you lose your job or can't find one has a way of making even the most un-educated mullet-head Repug start to think like that.

People are skeptical about the economy despite recent encouraging signs, with worries about the costs of gas, heating oil and health care.

Views of the economy show sharp partisan differences, with Republicans far more likely to be optimistic than either Democrats or independents, according to the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.
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"I was surprised by the growing gap between the way Republicans and the rest of the public see the national economy."

And that from a highly paid so-called 'expert'. One word - DUH!

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