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At the rate we’re going…

Where the unemployment rate keeps dropping, even as we add fewer jobs than people, we’ll eventually end up with a 0 percent “unemployment rate”, while the workforce plummets by half. Everyone who isn’t working will still make a nice living on Social Security Disability, with money that the Fed will simply print. And Democrats will tax and tax, and spend and spend, and elect and elect.
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