Friday, March 10, 2006


Another healthy jobs number today.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. employers added a stronger-than-forecast 243,000 jobs in February

Employers have increased payrolls every month for the past 2-1/2 years, a sign the economy is vigorous enough to keep
Federal Reserve policy-makers on edge about the pace of wage and price rises.

Average hourly earnings grew 0.3 percent during February, in line with expectations, but in the 12 months through February pay rose by 3.5 percent, which department officials said was the highest annual increase since September 2001.

Wow! I thought the democrats said that the only jobs left in America were burger flippers? I'm shocked, SHOCKED I tell ya that democrats would lie to us. It's amazing that an entire political party must root against America to gain power. Of course rooting against Americas interests is inherent in democrats anyway.


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