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OK, this is a link to a tweet instead of an image, but it's political and it's funny.

https://twitter.com/krassenstein/status/1061043257394806785

Brian Krassenstein said:
Dear Kentucky,

Remember in January of 2017 when Trump promised to expand the coal jobs in your state? At that time you had 6,550 coal jobs

Right now you have 6,381 coal jobs.
[ent]hellip[/ent]

A bunch of sister-fucking Trumpstain Cletuses vote for Trump so that they can get back their coal jobs, now they have even fewer coal jobs. It's almost as if Trump voters are a bunch of morons with no understanding of the world. (For non-Americans, those coal jobs were lost to automation, and Trump told Republican voters they could get those coal jobs back by relaxing pollution regulations.)

Unemployment in the US is at it's lowest rate it's been for decades at around 3.7%. That put's paid to your biased comment!

Employment in the coal mines of Appalachia is at its lowest level ever, which is the topic of the OP.
 

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OK, this is a link to a tweet instead of an image, but it's political and it's funny.

https://twitter.com/krassenstein/status/1061043257394806785

Brian Krassenstein said:
Dear Kentucky,

Remember in January of 2017 when Trump promised to expand the coal jobs in your state? At that time you had 6,550 coal jobs

Right now you have 6,381 coal jobs.
[ent]hellip[/ent]

A bunch of sister-fucking Trumpstain Cletuses vote for Trump so that they can get back their coal jobs, now they have even fewer coal jobs. It's almost as if Trump voters are a bunch of morons with no understanding of the world. (For non-Americans, those coal jobs were lost to automation, and Trump told Republican voters they could get those coal jobs back by relaxing pollution regulations.)

Unemployment in the US is at it's lowest rate it's been for decades at around 3.7%. That put's paid to your biased comment!

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If the dates were removed, you couldn't tell where Obama ended and Bonespurs began.
 

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Trump ran in 2016. He won. He became president in January 2017. The fiscal year of 2017, which ran until end of September was an Obama budget year. Not a Trump budget year. The charts above do not reflect that fact. Thuis we have had a year of Trumps budgets which though a disaster from the viewpoint of doubling deficits, isn't enough time to change the momentum of the Obama economy.
 

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OK, this is a link to a tweet instead of an image, but it's political and it's funny.

https://twitter.com/krassenstein/status/1061043257394806785

Brian Krassenstein said:
Dear Kentucky,

Remember in January of 2017 when Trump promised to expand the coal jobs in your state? At that time you had 6,550 coal jobs

Right now you have 6,381 coal jobs.
[ent]hellip[/ent]

A bunch of sister-fucking Trumpstain Cletuses vote for Trump so that they can get back their coal jobs, now they have even fewer coal jobs. It's almost as if Trump voters are a bunch of morons with no understanding of the world. (For non-Americans, those coal jobs were lost to automation, and Trump told Republican voters they could get those coal jobs back by relaxing pollution regulations.)

Unemployment in the US is at it's lowest rate it's been for decades at around 3.7%. That put's paid to your biased comment!

Ok, Angelo.

Is 6,381 more than or less than 6,550?

We'll get to you trying to give Trump credit for Obama's recovery and the fact that Obama's recovery isn't as great as it seems later, but for now let's stick with the simple one.

Is 6,381 more than or less than 6,550?

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https://twitter.com/skolanach/status/1061470108944490497

For the benefit of those who can't watch video, I'm pretty sure this is edited, but someone in the crowd shouts "It's going to rain! The weatherman says it's going to rain!" and two Secret Service agents run up to the podium and scurry Trump away.
 

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But[ent]hellip[/ent] both parties are exactly as bad! The nice man on the teevee says so every time the Republican party gets caught doing something awful!
 

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Unemployment in the US is at it's lowest rate it's been for decades at around 3.7%. That put's paid to your biased comment!

Employment in the coal mines of Appalachia is at its lowest level ever, which is the topic of the OP.

3.7% unemployment is the average for the whole USA. That's not to say there are pockets where the figure may be much higher, but in that vein, there may also be regions where unemployment may be just 0.1%
 

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Unemployment in the US is at it's lowest rate it's been for decades at around 3.7%. That put's paid to your biased comment!

Ok, Angelo.

Is 6,381 more than or less than 6,550?

We'll get to you trying to give Trump credit for Obama's recovery and the fact that Obama's recovery isn't as great as it seems later, but for now let's stick with the simple one.

Is 6,381 more than or less than 6,550?

- - - Updated - - -

https://twitter.com/skolanach/status/1061470108944490497

For the benefit of those who can't watch video, I'm pretty sure this is edited, but someone in the crowd shouts "It's going to rain! The weatherman says it's going to rain!" and two Secret Service agents run up to the podium and scurry Trump away.

We could argue the point of " he was better than he" until the cows come home. But the facts are the facts, and Iv'e seen nothing yet to not convince me that as Mark Twain said politicians and babies nappies should be changed often, and for the same reason!

Food for thought..............................https://www.smh.com.au/world/north-...-t-he-getting-the-credit-20180817-p4zxze.html
 

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But[ent]hellip[/ent] both parties are exactly as bad! The nice man on the teevee says so every time the Republican party gets caught doing something awful!

Anyone have any handy links or should I look for proof myself?

Republicans elected a dead pimp

and three felons

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Unemployment in the US is at it's lowest rate it's been for decades at around 3.7%. That put's paid to your biased comment!

Employment in the coal mines of Appalachia is at its lowest level ever, which is the topic of the OP.

3.7% unemployment is the average for the whole USA. That's not to say there are pockets where the figure may be much higher, but in that vein, there may also be regions where unemployment may be just 0.1%

When the topic of conversation is coal miner jobs in Kentucky, the number of coal miner jobs in Kentucky is the relevant statistic.
 
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