Friday, December 03, 2010

Canada vs USA unemployment

The Canadian unemployment rate is down to 7.6% while the US rate is now up to 9.8%. bo's hope and change is driving the markets down. bo still wants to increase taxes on small businesses in the US. Another good way to make sure American unemployment rates stay high. American economic refugees will soon be making their way to the Dominion.



4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Obamarx gang is all about class-envy warfare. It wants all people to be the same. It does not recognize talent and hard work deserves more riches than sloth and that you reap what you sow. These progressives rear their heads in various disguises, ClimateGate being the latest global attempt to redistribute income to make us all “equal”; even it makes us equally poor, that’s OK with progressives.

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Kerry Forrest said...

Your comment got me thinking about this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okHGCz6xxiw PM Thacher on income gaps

CanadianSense said...

I have a few graphs to highlight the historic break taking place between Canada and the US regarding unemployment. Including a post.

Feel free to download it, I get about 30 a month.

http://canadiansense.blogspot.com/2010/04/employment-rate-canada-msm-spin-overly.html

The graph covers 1980-2010
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_mlyPv7FzInk/TNbXeUvSCxI/AAAAAAAADGM/pBWyQ5yUBsM/s1600/Unemployment%20Rate%201980%202010%20US%20vs%20Canada%20Compiled.JPG

Powell lucas said...

It may be okay to gloat for a few minutes regarding the disparity between Canada's economic situation as compared to that in the U.S., but keep in mind that until such time as the American economy revives, Canada's growth, especially in manufacturing, will remain sluggish.

However, pointing out that America's problems are compounded by the socialist policies of the Obama administration are right on the money.

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