TIME TO PUT UP REPUBLIC FLAGS

TIME
TO
TAKE DOWN THOSE GOLD FRINGED FLAGS
AND
PUT UP

"OUR REAL"

"AMERICAN FLAG"

OF OUR

"REPUBLIC"
of the united States of America

INTEL RUMORS UPDATE 4/19

INTEL RUMORS UPDATE 4/19 – THE ARREST WARRANT TO REMOVE OBAMA IS STILL PENDING AWAITING INTERPOL ACTION. RECEIVING RUMORS & GOSSIP ABOUT HIS ARREST AND OTHER TOP OFFICIALS BUT NO CONFIRMATIONS YET.

THE REPUBLIC IS ACTIVE AND AWAITING THE RV. BEST ADVICE ON THE STREET IS RV THIS WEEKEND AND PUBLIC EXCHANGING MONDAY OR TUESDAY.

NEW REPUBLIC TREASURY WHICH IS GOLD BACKED IS NOW ALIVE. LOOK FOR NEW TREASURY BILLS AT THE BANK MONDAY. THE OLD FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES SHALL HAVE A HUGE DEPRECIATION IN THE NEAR FUTURE. CORRUPT FED UST PERSONNEL HAVE BEEN TAGGED AND SHALL BE REMOVED.

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Food Stamp Growth 75X Greater than Job Creation


Food Stamp Growth 75X Greater than Job Creation

9:39 AM, NOV 2, 2012 • BY DANIEL HALPER
With the latest jobs report, it is now the case that "Under Obama, Food Stamp Growth [Is] 75 Times Greater Than Job Creation," according to statistics compiled by the Republican side of the Senate Budget Committee. "For Every Person Added to Jobs Rolls Since January 2009, 75 People Added To Food Stamp Rolls."
Here's a chart detailing the growth:
Since January 2009, as the chart shows, a net of 194,000 new jobs have been created. During that same time, 14.7 million have been added to the food stamp rolls.
"Simply put, the President’s policies have not produced jobs. During his time in office, 14.7 million people were added to the food stamp rolls. Over that same time, only 194,000 jobs were created—thus 76 people went on food stamps for every one that found a job," says Senator Jeff Sessions, ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee. "This is a product of low growth. Post-recession economic growth in 2010 was 2.4%, and dropped in 2011 to 1.8%. This year it has dropped again to 1.77%. Few, if any, net jobs will be created with growth of less than 2%."
The Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee put the job growth into perspective


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