Consumer Sentiment was at a all time high

taxwarrior | Dec 7, 2012 10:33 AM ET Hey they lit the White House Christmas Tree last night. Come on get going in the orgy of consumerism. Save the economy borrow and spend. If it`s good enough for the USA it`s good enough for you. Wait a minute "the White House Christmas Tree"? That`s a religious symbol on public land. With a flipping Star of Bethlehem on top. OMG. Hey Freedom from Religion crowd why are you going after religious symbology in my town square while you allow Obama the spectacle of wallowing in religiousity.. Merry Christmas

neanderthal | Dec 7, 2012 10:38 AM ET Well, come March we`ll all be competing for roadkill and dandelions!

Yakov72 | Dec 7, 2012 10:42 AM ET 720MP | Dec 7, 2012 10:23 AM ET people lie on surveys all the time, they probably had 20 percent of the people they talked to from Hostess Bakery, move on. === Previous report(s), actually, were more likely pumped up by upcoming holidays and skewed/made up jobs numbers.

UnsubsidizedCowboyPoet | Dec 7, 2012 10:48 AM ET To all young fools who voted for Obama, You`ll be lucky in 4 years if you not living with your mama.

DrDebM | Dec 7, 2012 10:50 AM ET Thank bah hum bug Obama

Mustang6972 | Dec 7, 2012 11:04 AM ET But just yesterday Consumer Sentiment was at a all time high. What a JOKE it`s been low for a long time! Gasoline prices still way too high, electric rates way too high, internet rates way too high & the speed is still slow, groceries ouch! The real unemployment # is 15% & it`s going to get worse! Recession really get ready for a depression! But wait we`ll have have health care so we can take antidepressants!

DrDebM | Dec 7, 2012 11:08 AM ET Real unemployment rate: U-6 un/underemployment rate for November was 14.4% policymic/articles/20305/real-unemployment-rate-u3-drops-to-7-7-u6-drops-to-14-4-in-november-jobs-report

StormT | Dec 7, 2012 11:09 AM ET What do you expect? A shrinking labor force and a POTUS who`s sole focus in life is the destruction of this country, our liberty and our once vibrant economy. Saul Alinsky must be very, very proud.

Radical_1 | Dec 7, 2012 11:11 AM ET >>>Patriot2001 | Dec 7, 2012 10:15 AM ET Whhaaaatttttt ???????? Are people losing faith in that little monkey in the Whitehouse ? / / / You`re HILARIOUS, you only see one monkey in Washington? I see over 500 of them!!! But it`s ALL OBAMA`S FAULT, RIGHT? Typical out of a FAUX NOISE watcher. Where was all this hate at when it was Bush that was driving the economic bus off of the cliff? I didn`t hear one f__n word out of you people then? But when it was Bush spending hundreds of billions a year on 2 Wars, rebuilding other countries and then he sent over $250BIL in CASH to Iraq(supposedly because the banking system didn`t exist) and then nearly half of it came up missing, but that`s alright because it was a republican and he was spending it on%






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