Nurses for Bush ...thread #2

  1. 288,000 jobs have just recently been created.

    Hospitals in my area are hiring like crazy, not just Nurses but really good paying non-nursing jobs too. Health insurance is available to part-time as well as full-time employees.
    Last edit by NRSKarenRN on May 11, '04 : Reason: Deleted political link per TOS.
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  2. 670 Comments

  3. by   lady_jezebel
    ?? What is WRONG with you people?? Either you're a hypocritical religious nut or really ignorant, honestly. I can't believe we live on the same planet.
  4. by   camay1221_RN
    RUDE, and unnecessary!!



    Quote from lady_jezebel
    ?? What is WRONG with you people?? Either you're a hypocritical religious nut or really ignorant, honestly. I can't believe we live on the same planet.
  5. by   lady_jezebel
    I'm just sick of the support this maniac gets. Meanwhile, our international credibility, military ethics and economy are going down the toilet.

    I know this sounds rude, but we need to stick to nursing topics on this board.
  6. by   P_RN
    Please do not get into personal attacks. Debate the subject not the person.
  7. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Quote from P_RN
    Please do not get into personal attacks. Debate the subject not the person.

    THANK YOU
  8. by   Jaaaman
    May 7, 2004


    Economists React to April Job Growth

    This morning's employment news - that employers added 288,000 news jobs in April and that the economy has added 1.1 million new jobs since August- has the experts upbeat and forecasting sustained growth. Recent economic data is a powerful confirmation that the President's pro-growth policies are working, and that the U.S. economy is strong and getting stronger.

    "You are seeing a very strong breadth of employment gains. This is a very desirable outcome. It should be celebrated,'' said Steven Wieting, an economist at Citigroup Global Markets Inc. in New York. (Bloomberg, 5/7/04)
    "Since August 2003, payroll employment has risen by 1.1 million," said Kathleen Utgoff, Bureau of Labor Statistics commissioner. "In April, job growth was widespread for the second consecutive month." (Reuters, 5/7/04)

    "The numbers are spectacular: across the board gains, upward revisions in previous months, confirming that the US economic expansion has a lot of momentum," said BMO Financial Group analyst Sal Guatieri. (AFP, 5/7/04)

    "The last of the weakness is behind us. There is really no reason to worry any more about the fundamentals of the economy," said Naroff Economic Advisors president Joel Naroff. "With incomes growing, with every sector adding workers, with wages rising, it is now a full-blown expansion." (AFP, 5/7/04)

    "Great news - especially the 21K rise in manufacturing jobs, which are now said to have risen in Feb/Mar too, the first gains since July 2000," said Ian Shepherdson, the chief U.S. economist with High Frequency Economics. "Elsewhere, huge 246K leap in services, including gains in temp help, education, health, leisure, retail, transport - pretty much everywhere. In essence the data have in the space of two months caught up with all the survey evidence, faster than we thought." (CBS Marketwatch, 5/7/04)

    "The two months of favorable data allow us to start connecting the dots," said Anthony Chan, chief economist for Banc One Investment Advisors. "It gives us a picture of a rapidly improving labor market. I think we can categorically say we have seen a sea change in labor market environment at this time." (CNN/Money.com, 5/7/04)
    Last edit by NRSKarenRN on May 11, '04 : Reason: deleted political link per TOS
  9. by   Energizer Bunny
    Here we go with the economy again.....
  10. by   Mkue
    Jaaman thanks for the latest update on the economy and labor market.

    A very desirable outcome and I hope it continues for America.

    I had previously posted about your article but my post didn't show up so I'm sending a smaller reply.
  11. by   Hellllllo Nurse
    I think shrub's supporters here just want to promote him by repeatedly bringing his name up on the frequent topics list.

    Please, push your candidate somewhere else.
  12. by   Spidey's mom
    sorry . . . . I was trying to post on this subject yesterday and couldn't for some reason so there are more posts here than necessary. :chuckle

    steph
    Last edit by Spidey's mom on May 14, '04
  13. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from Hellllllo Nurse
    I think shrub's supporters here just want to promote him by repeatedly bringing his name up on the frequent topics list.

    Please, push your candidate somewhere else.
    I don't understand the comment above or the rude one near the top. There are legitimate threads for political discourse from all sides on this bulletin board. If a person does not wish to read anything about President Bush, bypass those threads.

    Would you say the same to Kerry supporters? Or Ralph Nadar? Not that there are any threads that I can find about Mr. Nadar but there are certainly plenty about Kerry.

    steph
  14. by   SmilingBluEyes
    I think all these political threads are useless and forums to trade barbs and get "oneupsmanship". I vote we close this and the Kerry threads. They go no where.

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