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    Here's another bullshit lie we were fed by the democrat party. Lies, lies, lies.





    Atlanta Fed’s Bostic Says Inflation Is Not ‘Transitory’


    Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Raphael Bostic said Tuesday that inflation is likely to last longer than expected and should no longer be called “transitory.”


    Bostic is the first Fed official to so clearly break from the central bank’s leadership on inflation. Fed chair Jerome Powell has insisted for months on describing inflation as transitory, although he recently admitted that it could last into next year. The Biden administration has also repeatedly claimed, without evidence, that inflation would only be transitory.
    Embrace the process, not the outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Here's another bullshit lie we were fed by the democrat party. Lies, lies, lies.
    I wonder if thats as bad a lie or is this one worse it's Just Like the FLU From the Liar King

    Go ahead Billy Admit it

    I'll wait

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    Pelosi is so used to getting her way with the press.



    Nancy Pelosi to Reporters: You ‘Could Do a Better Job Selling’ Biden’s Radical Agenda

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), during her weekly press conference, lectured reporters, claiming they did not do a good enough job of “selling” President Joe Biden’s radical spending plan.


    Pelosi was pressed by a reporter, who pointed out a recent poll from CBS News showing that only ten percent of Americans can say they know a lot of specific items in the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill, in which they have jammed as many far-left ideas as possible to make for a sweeping one-time bill passage.


    “Do you think you need to do a better job at messaging and going forward, how do you sell this?” the reporter asked, questioning Pelosi’s messaging skills.


    “Well, I think you all could do a better job of selling it, to be very frank with you,” Pelosi responded, sounding distraught that a member of the media asked such a question, casting doubt over the Speaker’s ability to explain a massive spending bill to the public.


    “Every time I come here, I go through the list … It is hard to break through when you have such a comprehensive package,” she added. “Whether [Americas] know it or not, they overwhelmingly support it.”



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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Pelosi is so used to getting her way with the press.
    Yep Jobs Jobs Jobs glad you approve of the Great Plan President Biden has proposed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    Yep Jobs Jobs Jobs glad you approve of the Great Plan President Biden has proposed.
    Is that why we didn't gain one half of new positions filled ? That is a failure.. not an achievement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    Is that why we didn't one half of new positions filled ? That is a failure.. not an achievement.

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    More jobs available today than anytime in US History and more to come

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    House Approves Bill to Avert U.S. Default, Sending It to Biden
    The legislation, which the president is expected to sign quickly, lifts the debt ceiling until early December, when another congressional showdown looms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    More jobs available today than anytime in US History and more to come

    We still have 10 million people (out of 20 million) who haven't RETURNED to work since the pandemic began.
    Until we fill the jobs back up that were lost to the pandemic, we can't call it "job growth".
    Once you get those 10 million back to their posts, then we can talk about "growth".
    Omertà

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrohnB View Post
    We still have 10 million people (out of 20 million) who haven't RETURNED to work since the pandemic began.
    Until we fill the jobs back up that were lost to the pandemic, we can't call it "job growth".
    Once you get those 10 million back to their posts, then we can talk about "growth".
    ... speaking of job creation

    Biden administration announces plans for massive expansion of wind farms off US coasts


    The Biden administration is planning to aggressively expand offshore wind energy capacity in the United States, potentially holding as many as seven new offshore lease sales by 2025.

    The move was announced Wednesday by US Interior Secretary Deb Haaland and first reported by The New York Times.
    Haaland said the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is exploring leasing sales along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, in the Gulf of Maine, the New York Bight, the central Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, as well as off the Carolinas, California and Oregon.

    "The Interior Department is laying out an ambitious roadmap as we advance the Administration's plans to confront climate change, create good-paying jobs, and accelerate the nation's transition to a cleaner energy future," Haaland said in a statement. "We have big goals to achieve a clean energy economy and Interior is meeting the moment."

    The administration in March announced a coordinated effort to bolster offshore wind energy projects in the United States in order to jump-start a "clean energy revolution."

    As part of that initiative, which spans multiple government agencies, the Departments of the Interior, Energy and Commerce committed to a shared goal of generating 30 gigawatts of offshore wind in the US by 2030. The Interior Department estimates that reaching that goal would create nearly 80,000 jobs.

    The Interior Department has already started lease sales for some of the areas Haaland mentioned on Wednesday.
    The administration in June announced a competitive lease sale for offshore wind in the New York Bight -- an area of shallow water between New York and New Jersey -- that it estimated could generate 7 gigawatts of energy, enough to power more than 2.6 million homes.

    In May, the administration approved the 800-megawatt Vineyard Wind project, located 12 nautical miles off the shore of Martha's Vineyard. Later that month, it announced the California coastline would be opened to wind power for the first time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    ... speaking of job creation

    Biden administration announces plans for massive expansion of wind farms off US coasts


    The Biden administration is planning to aggressively expand offshore wind energy capacity in the United States, potentially holding as many as seven new offshore lease sales by 2025.

    The move was announced Wednesday by US Interior Secretary Deb Haaland and first reported by The New York Times.
    Haaland said the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is exploring leasing sales along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, in the Gulf of Maine, the New York Bight, the central Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, as well as off the Carolinas, California and Oregon.

    "The Interior Department is laying out an ambitious roadmap as we advance the Administration's plans to confront climate change, create good-paying jobs, and accelerate the nation's transition to a cleaner energy future," Haaland said in a statement. "We have big goals to achieve a clean energy economy and Interior is meeting the moment."

    The administration in March announced a coordinated effort to bolster offshore wind energy projects in the United States in order to jump-start a "clean energy revolution."

    As part of that initiative, which spans multiple government agencies, the Departments of the Interior, Energy and Commerce committed to a shared goal of generating 30 gigawatts of offshore wind in the US by 2030. The Interior Department estimates that reaching that goal would create nearly 80,000 jobs.

    The Interior Department has already started lease sales for some of the areas Haaland mentioned on Wednesday.
    The administration in June announced a competitive lease sale for offshore wind in the New York Bight -- an area of shallow water between New York and New Jersey -- that it estimated could generate 7 gigawatts of energy, enough to power more than 2.6 million homes.

    In May, the administration approved the 800-megawatt Vineyard Wind project, located 12 nautical miles off the shore of Martha's Vineyard. Later that month, it announced the California coastline would be opened to wind power for the first time.

    So what happens when the wind drops below the minimum velocity?

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