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  • Michael Bryant
    Come on! Yahoo (YHOO) poll says 57% of Americans who voted don't believe the government's jobless report. Really???
    10/5/12
    Reply (14)
    • weed: Plenty of people didn't believe the good reports under Bush. Frankly, I can't see any reason to trust the government ever.
      10/5/12
    • Bob de'Long: I bet even fewer believe the CPI reports. Most don't believe polls that show their candidate doing poorly.
      10/5/12
    • Michael Bryant: And that is why we believe aliens came to Arizona 50 years ago, and that is why some believe in 2012. Get my point.
      10/5/12
    • Michael Bryant: And why do some American know so little about the world, its history, and refuse science? Maybe they don't want to believe the facts.
      10/5/12
    • weed: Not trusting what the government tells you isn't equivalent to belief in aliens. Why take anyone with a vested interest at face value?
      10/5/12
    • weed: Do you maintain that no one in authority has ever lied, been corrupt, or covered up wrong doing? What happened to "Question Authority"?
      10/5/12
    • Energysystems: lol....right on Weed.
      10/5/12
    • weed: Let me add that I'm not saying the job report is a lie. I am in no position to evaluate it one way or the other. Fortunately I don't need to
      10/5/12
    • Michael Bryant: Yes, authority, or politicians, lie. Everybody lies. If you say you don't, that is a lie.
      10/6/12
    • Michael Bryant: But if you don't trust the government you vote for, than who do you trust?
      10/6/12
    • weed: I trust very few, and certainly none with a history of deceit. BTW, I always enjoy chatting with you, have a nice weekend.
      10/6/12
    • Michael Bryant: Glad you enjoy chatting with me. Maybe it is my charm. LOL. Anyway, trust more. It will make life easier, trust me.
      10/6/12
    • 1980XLS-2.0: 2007, Don't worry, Subprime will be contained!
      10/6/12
    • Energysystems: Fannie and Freddie are just fine-Barney Frank, 2007.
      10/6/12