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WASHINGTON — Orders to American factories rose in May, helped by a third straight month of stronger business investment. The gains suggest that manufacturing may be picking up after a weak start to the year.

 

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/03/business/economy/us-factory-orders-suggest-manufacturing-is-improving.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1372852998-neuQWI2hg7RUFdyrFHi2sw

 

 

 

Excellent!

 

 

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WASHINGTON — Orders to American factories rose in May, helped by a third straight month of stronger business investment. The gains suggest that manufacturing may be picking up after a weak start to the year.

 

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/03/business/economy/us-factory-orders-suggest-manufacturing-is-improving.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1372852998-neuQWI2hg7RUFdyrFHi2sw

 

 

 

Excellent!

 

 

:)

 

Good news, supply side always works!

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.WASHINGTON — Orders to American factories rose in May, helped by a third straight month of stronger business investment. The gains suggest that manufacturing may be picking up after a weak start to the year.

 

Excellent! :)

 

The usual troll Propaganda, bleating loudly about the weakest recovery in 80 years.

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WASHINGTON — Orders to American factories rose in May, helped by a third straight month of stronger business investment. The gains suggest that manufacturing may be picking up after a weak start to the year.

 

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/03/business/economy/us-factory-orders-suggest-manufacturing-is-improving.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1372852998-neuQWI2hg7RUFdyrFHi2sw

 

 

 

Excellent!

 

 

:)

 

Isn't the East coast rebuild after "superstorm sandy" still going on. Never allow a crises got to waste. BS is BS.

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.WASHINGTON — Orders to American factories rose in May, helped by a third straight month of stronger business investment. The gains suggest that manufacturing may be picking up after a weak start to the year.

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/03/business/economy/us-factory-orders-suggest-manufacturing-is-improving.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1372852998-neuQWI2hg7RUFdyrFHi2sw

 

 

From what I understand, this news was carried by people replacing their cars/trucks. Did you know that the average age of a car on our roads now is over 10 years? We are now holding onto cars longer than ever in the past.

And this is AFTER the spectacular failure of Cash for Clunkers.

 

And the really amusing part is that the big sales were in trucks, which Obama has been working hard to eliminate along with SUVs.

 

A Democrat recovery from the worst recession in U.S. history.

Worst. Recover. Ever.

And this idiot is bragging...

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A Democrat recovery from the worst recession in U.S. history.

 

:)

 

Worst recovery in 80 years.

 

Plummeting income.

 

11% real unemployment.

 

$1 trillion annual deficits.

 

2 1/2 million jobs behind pre-recession levels.

 

9 million jobs behind the average recovery.

 

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WASHINGTON — Orders to American factories rose in May, helped by a third straight month of stronger business investment. The gains suggest that manufacturing may be picking up after a weak start to the year.

 

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/03/business/economy/us-factory-orders-suggest-manufacturing-is-improving.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1372852998-neuQWI2hg7RUFdyrFHi2sw

 

 

 

Excellent!

 

 

:)

 

 

Maybe we'll retake the #1 manufacturer spot back that Obama gave to China...

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Nice cheerleading shill!

 

A better than expected Factory Orders print at +2.1% (versus 2.0% expectation) and preior levels revised higher has provided just enough good is bad news to cancel the bad is good news from the ISM miss. Orders were led by a seasonally adjusted 13.7% rise in defense (sequestration?)

 

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-07-02/stocksslide-factory-orders-beat-expectations

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All America is cheering the Recovery - except of course, for America's pariahs - Republicans

 

 

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During Bush's entire Presidency the United States was the world's largest manufacturer...

 

Got a link there sonny.

 

China's dominance began in 2004 when Bush tax cuts sent millions of U.S. jobs and manufacturing to China..

 

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Correction: that Bush and Republicans gave to China ......

 

Division of labor. give up on your protectionist bullshit, at best protectionism is pointless, at worse its harmful. so just stop asking for it.

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China's dominance began in 2004 when Bush tax cuts sent millions of U.S. jobs and manufacturing to China.. :)

 

Tax cuts send jobs overseas? I love psychotic moonbat humor. :D

 

After Bush's second tax cut, unemployment fell to a record low, troll.

 

Until liberal institution Fannie Mae and liberal lending policies caused the Financial Freeze.

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DrivebyMedia, on 05 Jul 2013 - 08:35, said:snapback.png

 

China's dominance began in 2004 when Bush tax cuts sent millions of U.S. jobs and manufacturing to China..

 

 

HUH???

 

Would you mind to post a link, 'sonny'?

 

I don't care if trolls have a million links. There are so many liberal Disinformation websites, I've lost count.

 

Bulls*** is bulls*** is bulls***.

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I don't care if trolls have a million links. There are so many liberal Disinformation websites, I've lost count.

 

Bulls*** is bulls*** is bulls***.

 

hmmm... maybe that's the reason these libturds don't post links / sources anymore?!

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I don't care if trolls have a million links. There are so many liberal Disinformation websites, I've lost count.

 

Bulls*** is bulls*** is bulls***.

 

 

hmmm... maybe that's the reason these libturds don't post links / sources anymore?!

 

There are dishonest Disinformation "sources," but when they can't even cite the liberal MSM, they're miles from actual reality.

 

But they don't care what the actual facts are. Truly frightening. :blink:

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All America is cheering the Recovery - except of course, for America's pariahs - Republicans

 

 

:)

 

 

Got a link there sonny.

 

China's dominance began in 2004 when Bush tax cuts sent millions of U.S. jobs and manufacturing to China..

 

:)

 

Not quite, but that's for playing.

 

I know that macroeconomics is complicated, but there's never been any form of tax benefit for companies to outsource, just as there's never been any government tax incentive for people to move. Allowing companies to deduct legitimate business expenses such as severances, and the costs of closing a business location in the US isn't an "incentive", unless you want to add another couple hundred pages to the tax code to eliminate it, just as allowing homeowners to realize gains from the sale of their homes untaxed isn't an "incentive" to move.

 

As I've already debunked the number of Americans employed in manufacturing has remained rather consistent over the past decade, which makes this whole idea that millions of jobs were outsourced pretty ridiculous, especially considering how moving a plant to China requires INCREASED labor costs, total unionization, rapidly increasing wages, massive shipping costs, zero protection of intellectual property, and above all the difficulties that come with an uneducated and poorly skilled labor force. One American factory worker outproduces 10 of his Chinese counterparts.

 

And since it's fact that Bush was President of the world's largest manufacturing nation, and that prestigious spot was lost under Obama, even though more companies are returning to the US due the problems noted with foreign manufacturing, I would argue that Obama has done absolutely nothing beneficial to the US manufacturing industry, and it's growth is in spite of the President's policies.

 

http://news.thomasnet.com/IMT/2013/03/14/china-widens-lead-as-worlds-largest-manufacturer/

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