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  1. A more telling charge might be cumulative change since 2008.

  2. *chart*

  3. Cumulative change in real GDP since 2007. It has taken 22 quarters for real per capita GDP to regain its Q42007 prior peak.

  4. mesa econoguy
  5. Folks,
    This is “Recovery” my you know what.
    The gov numbers are based solely on “cooked” econobaking and projections, or what I call “proJERctions,” and are only for those jerks who follow them.
    By the way, unemployment could drop significantly under OdumasScare, when companies will only offer 30 hours per week jobs and our “protective” gov hires another 200K++ do nothing voting drones in its worthless workforce.
    Where is the “American Spring” revolution???

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