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So we add 114,000 jobs in Sept and unemployment falls to 7.8.
Then we add 171,000 in Oct and the number rises to 7.9.
I know they were adjusted and more people looked for work now and so on and so on.
No one believes this crap, no one. If people are stupid enough to believe spin and the contrived ways these numbers are manipulated, by all administrations. I can guarantee they are too stupid to get past the fact that 7.9 is higher than 7.8.
People will vote based on how they are feeling, more so on how this current economy is affecting them. Trust me, if there are a bunch of people who are back in the work force but all they could come up with is some crummy part time job, they will let the politicians know it.
Yes because 7.9 is bad because more people are now back in the workforce looking for jobs! BOOOOOO I HATE GOOD NEWS! ONLY LIKE NEWS WHEN ITS GOOD FOR THE RIGHT WING NUTTY BUTTERS.
it is bad news........and the biggest sign yet that an immediate change is needed because the current situation does not work
__________________ “ I think good coaches will coach with the personnel they have, and if you only have one (good) linebacker, you’re not going to play a 3–4. ”
—Hank Bullough, who installed one of the first 3–4 defenses with the New England Patriots.