On Tue, 5 Dec 2017 19:35:02 -0600, AlleyCat says...
Post by AlleyCat
On Tue, 5 Dec 2017 16:04:30 -0800 (PST), Matt says...
Post by AlleyCat
Deflection away from
No... the lies, since ONE month out of the quarter can NOT be used to
determine the ANNUAL rate of GDP, you anally retentive moron.
Dec 31, 2015 3.11%
Sep 30, 2015 3.44%
Jun 30, 2015 4.46%
Mar 31, 2015 4.95%
Try to see how that averages under 3%.
Cherry-picking ONE month out of the quarter is not how you get the annual
rate, you lying sack of shit.
Do you forget that we have the Internet, too, you fucking dumb ass?
Those QUARTERS (2015) did NOT all have 3% growth rate. Only ONE quarter
out of 4 had a growth rate of 3% or higher and that was the 1st.
The rest of the year went downhill... FAST.
Knock yourself out.
If it helps you low-self-esteemed liberal liars sleep better, like a good
Saul Alinsky tool, go ahead and keep repeating this lie.
WE can do it too, idiot.
Knock YOURSELF out, liar, and don't forget to read below, the REAL facts
of Obama's fiscal year of 2015.
Donald Trump Says U.S. Never Hit 3% GDP Growth Under Obama
"Technically, the President of the United States was correct." - Fortune
"He was correct that America's gross domestic production growth NEVER HIT
3%, ANNUALLY under President Barack Obama when speaking about his long-
awaited tax reform before a crowd in Springfield, Mo. Wednesday. That
comes after the U.S. Commerce Department said GDP growth had hit Trump's
3% target in the second quarter."
"We just announced that we hit 3% in GDP, it just came out," the president
said. "On a YEARLY basis, as you know, the last administration, during an
eight year period, never hit 3%. So we're really on our way. If we achieve
sustained 3% growth, that means 12 million new jobs and $10 trillion of
new economic activity over the next decade. That's some numbers."
"Take the Obama era for example. Between 2009 and 2016, GDP growth reached
at or above 3% ON A QUARTERLY BASIS about eight times."
"BUT ANNUAL GDP GROWTH NEVER HIT 3% UNDER OBAMA, prompting economists to
dub the era a "low-growth" environment. Prior to the 2000s, the U.S. was
no stranger to annual GDP growth upward of 3%." - Fortune.com
Oh, and if anyone cares to see the truth...
Quarter 1 2015: 3.2%
Quarter 2 2015: 2.7%
Quarter 3 2015: 1.6%
Quarter 4 2015: 0.5%
Annual Rate GDP: 2.0%
Cherry-picking months out of the quarter is the same thing as LYING,
Of course, we expect nothing less.
Source: Statista: The Statistics Portal
Statistics and Studies from more than 18,000 Sources
And if you don't believe me... these graphs are from THREE different
Via Statista: https://i.imgur.com/HUO4kke.jpg