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Priebus falsely claims that the economy is not improving

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    More misinformation from the new Chairman of the RNC

    "Today's jobs report is yet another reminder that far too many Americans are out of work, and the situation is clearly not improving."

    Despite the release of a Labor Department report showing that the U.S. economy added more than 200,000 jobs for the third straight month in February. Every report for the last 2 years has showed improvement in the economy. Must be nice to have a job where you can just make stuff up and still be considered a respected person.
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    The best part is that jobs report he is talking about in the quote is the jobs report that disproves his statement.
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    We've had some discussions on this website already about how George Bush actually STOLE both of his elections. Being a compulsive writer, I published a story about the topic on my website, but I included a reference to Mr. Priebus at the end of the article.

    Since he actually stated earlier this year that "a fish rots at the top" (referring to Obama), the best way for the Republican Party to return to normalcy after they get defeated in November is to toss his smelly old carcass overboard, and hope he gets swallowed by a whale.

    By an awfully strange coincidence, my wife and I listened to a sermon yesterday that was built around a reading from Jonah 2, which details how Jonah "got religion" in the belly of a whale.
    I'm not sure if Mr. Priebus is ever going to "get religion", but all of us would be better off if he just faded away, and I'm still hoping that somebody actually sends him a dead fish.

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    Good read, seems to be plenty of rotting from the top of the RNC lately. An adequate replacement for Michael Steele.
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    I was too young to vote in '68, but I recall my dad saying Nixon was a crook when he was a city councilman in Whittier.