Wednesday, November 30, 2005

GDP Up, Inflation Down

U.S. gross domestic product, a measure of all goods and services produced within U.S. borders, grew at a revised 4.3 percent annual rate in the July-to-September period, the fastest pace since the first three months of 2004, the Commerce Department said.

And inflation dropped during the period easing fears of continuing Fed rate hikes. So, productivity is up, inflation flat or lower and jobless claims slumped. Why the simmering worry on the home front? We believe we have figured it out. Be honest now and take this simple test:

Raise your hand if you voted for John Kerry.


At 3:18 PM, Blogger Idaho_Spud said...

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At 3:19 PM, Blogger Idaho_Spud said...

Hey cool! A blog with not a single new idea and no apparent purpose other than to bash another blog!

Well that's a dead giveaway. You must be Rush Limbaugh. How's your drug supply holding out?

At 5:33 PM, Blogger John Doe said...

Ha Ha Ha.

This cracks me up. I always enjoy a good rib cracking on someone else's blog.

I'm glad to see you started your own blog, not just trolling around on someone else's. Blogging is all about expressing your opinion, even if it is contrary to others.

Just 1 question, though.

That must just be a pseudonym, right? Because you seem very defensive about it, so it would point that it isn't really your given name.

Anyway, looks good. I look forward to more "global warming" posts. You could turn this thing into another


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