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Veteran Advisor

Re: IRS about to get tough on Obama care

So technological gains make no difference?  I doubt that very much.  Competition helps but making better ways to do things helps also.  Going from cathode tubes to LED or Plasma or LCD were better and cheaper to make.

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Re: IRS about to get tough on Obama care

Or that technology gains are a subset of productivity gains.
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Veteran Advisor

Re: For what? When?

Not according the guy who wrote the huff article!
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Re: For what? When?

That is easy to explain.


For example, if you ask anyone here, if they are 'happy' with Congress, I think you will get an awful lot of 'no' answers, and the nos will be from people who disagree with what the TEA party is doing, to those who disagree to the TEA party not having enough say (see how both those who support the TEA party and those who oppose it can be 'unhappy' with Congress'.

Now, when you pick out a single person, like President Obama, you will have a certain number of people, who will support him, no matter what, and a larger minority, that belive the good he is trying to do outweighs any bad side effects.

 

I bet that if you picked out any ONE member of Congress, you'd be hard pressed to find disapproval ratings much higher than Obama's.