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Live Stream || Carney Briefing – November 18, 2013

The briefing has concluded.

11 thoughts on “Live Stream || Carney Briefing – November 18, 2013”

  1. Actually no–and Medicare is having financial difficulties–not after Day 10 but after decades… Also, no name calling–that name, too, sadly, is over with.

  2. He’s making facial grimaces as if he’s in pain. He’s done this for a long time, but it seems to be getting worse.

    Nice to see the blonde is back.

    1. Is it really his mission to inform the press on his take of the ACA and it’s “benefits”? He seems to drone on and on about how good it is as if he were trying to convince them.

      1. The stock market is being sort of artificially boosted by quantitative easing, so that is a sep issue. New jobs added is barely or not keeping up with population growth, overall growth is pitiful, and in many places, malls are half-empty, unemployment is up.

  3. Wow, doom and gloom information.
    Since the Dems run the WhiteHouse and the US Senate we should tell them to get crackin’ and fix something instead of keeping their WallStreet buddies in newly minted dollars.

    BTW, MrObama signed all of those things you’re glooming about.

    1. Yes, the GOP is for less govt spending, well not less, but an decrease in the increase. The Dems try to make up for it with shovel-ready jobs, but funny story about those….

  4. Why is it that some of my comments fail to appear, but Greg’s seem to appear ad infinitum on every thread?

    Those comments are ignorant and boring. Therefore:

    I will no longer read his posts past his unsername so they are completely useless if he is planning on influencing me a whit.

    If Greg wants to continue wasting his time, its OK with me.

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