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President Obama creating jobs.

That's sure going to get under the skin of the GOP who have made it a primary focus to block the president from doing so.

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What jobs? Where does that come from? "support tens of thousands of jobs in the U.S." These people are already employes making planes. There is no job creation here. only sustainment, no growth. Laser focus...right...

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Yanee,

From a more thorough story regarding this deal:

Boeing already employs some 80,000 people in Washington state. Gursky, the analyst, has written that the biggest risk to Boeing's planned rate increases appears to be its ability to hire the thousands of new workers it will need.

Thousands of new jobs will be created,

Taka

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President Obama creating jobs. That's sure going to get under the skin of the GOP who have made it a primary focus to block the president from doing so

"Lion Air ordered 230 airplanes..."

Wow. That's a lot of global warming coming someone's way. Definitely going to get under the skin of the watermelons in the 'ecological' movement - overwhelmingly Obama supporters.

Gursky, the analyst, has written that the biggest risk to Boeing's planned rate increases appears to be its ability to hire the thousands of new workers it will need.

IOW - Obama's blind support of unions over Boeing to date was a bone-headed move.

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@Yanee now just imagine many major airlines not asking for Boeing planes?? See what would happen to Seattle Tacoma!!

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