12 November, 2006

Memo for Record

National debt to the penny on 11/06/2006, the day before the Democrats regained the congress: $8,588,334,984,400.64
And the national debt as a percentage of GDP: about 34% http://www.aaas.org/spp/rd/debt06b.pdf

The average price of gasoline: $2.20 average in the USA. http://www.sandiegocitysearch.com/news/business/20061106-1358-gasolineprices.html

Unemployment: 4.4% http://stats.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.nr0.htm

Last report by the US Treasury: "Tax receipts up11.7% on top of last year’s 14.6% increase. (Last updated: October 12, 2006)"
http://www.treas.gov/economic-plan/ Published: http://www.treas.gov/press/releases/reports/memostyle.pdf

Attacks by our enemy since we were attacked on September 11, 2001: ZERO

In two years, I will review this Memo and compare with what the Democratics in congress improve on or worsen.

I hope that those who voted for the Democrats will have long memories. If not, this memo will be a historical record.


Blogger Chief RZ said...

DJIA-- 12,108.43 thanks to SA: http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=%5EDJI&t=5d&l=on&z=m&q=l&c=

Blogger Jenn of the Jungle said...

Should be interesting.

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Anonymous Doug said...


I don't want to see the American public short, but, I believe that your memo will be swept into a vast Orwellian memory hole. I am starting to believe that politics isn't about the facts or the truth anymore, it is about how the public "feels" about our country.

When feelings and emotions become more important than rational thought we are headed for some dark times ahead.

I hope you and yours have a safe and happy Christmas season!

Blogger Chief RZ said...

Yes, Doug, I agree and the social democrats have used emotion to gather votes since outright vote-buying was finally ended in the 1970 here in SC with Carmichael convicted. But, maybe they will "feel" hungry and out of work and 'taxed to death' in 2-3 years.

Anonymous Anonymous said...


You need to learn how to read and interpret the data on the bls site.

The actual unemployment rate is 13.8%.

There are much more credible data on this subject throughout cyberspace. The republican manipulation of this data only confuses the misinformed.

There are a couple of right-wingnut think tanks that take particular offense to the manipulation of statistics by the criminals occupying the government today so, you will not be able to say that it is Clinton's fault or that, it somehow has a liberal bias.

Happy surfing.

Blogger Chief RZ said...

anonymous--this should not be all this difficult.

I have and you should have been "listening" to all MSM outlets during the last six months. All have reported the unemployment rate of around four to five percent.

If you have sources other that that which I have documented, cite it or move on. I publish facts here only, not speculation. I am talking about 2006, not 2000 - Clinton's last year.

I published your remarks to expose many to "certain" useful idiots (not you) who go around passing false and misleading information.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is exactly your problem....listening to the MSM...a diluted and pre-packaged outlet of incomplete and inconsistent republiscum doublespeak. Whoever said the media in America has a liberal bias is a fool and a fool to the nth degree. I find my reliable news in Britain, Ireland, Germany, France, Japan, Finland and Russia news outlets....what the 'media reports here in 2 paragraphs will take half a page in,(what I have found to be), much mmore consistent and reliable media. Another site which is a repository of many media views on America is http://watchingamerica.com/index.shtml.

My not listing the sources is intentional....for me to pass on knowledge of an issue I tempt people to search, on their own, for sites I have researched and find somewhat credible. The site s are not obscure or meaningless sites but, quite popular.

Like I said in an earlier post....economic and employment data are listed on a right-wing site including, how to interpret the data. Once you discover it you will see how the data is manipulated and how Americans are being cheated and lied to about a criminal regime occupying our government.

Now...while I have the time between semesters I am going to go skiing down in Vail, Colorado before I must begin to prepare lesson plans for the next semester.

See you in a couple weeks.

Blogger Chief RZ said...

Well, anonymous, we sort of agree on the MSM bias, although you seem to think it is slanted towards "repulbicanism", or something like that. Quite the opposite. Have you not seen the survey of newsmen?
About 80% call themselves liberals. May I suggest a book, [college professor]? Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News by Bernard Goldberg. The slant is clearly to the left.

Now to your parallel contention: That all MSM are "incomplete and inconsistent..." here is the quote from your preferred news outlet:

The unemployment rate has fallen to a record low of 4.5 percent. --- Watching America, 22Dec06.

The full piece can be found here:

4.5 % is a far cry from your (mis)quoted 13.8%.

Now, for the sake of your integrity to post here again with facts. Cite your source of the 13.8%.

You are welcome to post anytime, but just label your ideas as just that, opinion(s) not connected with The Truth.

Blogger Chief RZ said...

Found what anonymous was referring to (I think):

On http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.t02.htm
table A-2, both sexes, age 16-19 September 2006, there is a 13.8% noted. If this is what you (he) was referring to, you have been very misleading.

My reference for MFR was for the entire United States average, not teenagers. Please don't tell me this is what you were mis-leading us on!

Blogger Edwin Drood said...

time to pull out the memo chief. Your point has been made

Blogger Chief RZ said...

Edwin. I did, see the MFR 2008 this month.


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