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“Oh yeah, they've been on the decline for quite a while.”
“We expect sales this quarter to be a little soft compared to last year, due to the overall economic environment.”
“That seems pretty risky, given the current economic climate.”
“Just as you started to think we were finally headed toward an economic recovery, unemployment goes up again.”
“These days, it's nearly impossible for a family to get by on a single income.”
“In many ways, people are worse off now than they were 10 years ago.”
“The economy has taken priority over environmental issues.”
“I'm in support of anything that generates new jobs.”
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