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  • bouch84 bouch84 Jan 10, 2014 5:22 PM Flag

    Surprisingly weak jobs report puzzles economists

    "U.S. employers added just 74,000 jobs in December, the fewest in three years, while the unemployment rate fell to 6.7 percent, the lowest level since October 2008."

    What a crock of Kreap! Yeah dropped to 6.7% by adding a measly 74,000 jobs which I don't really believe. Got to fudge the numbers to make this Idiot in Chief look good. Is there any honesty at all in this administration?

    Worst president EVER!

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    • "Surprisingly weak jobs report puzzles economists"

      It seem they are puzzled at every jobs report. Perhaps they are not the ones we should be listening to regarding employment reports. They are published and the revised every month. One might think that after a long enough period they could get it right the first time.

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      • echo2l65 Jan 11, 2014 3:30 PM Flag

        And we need the Media to grow a pair and stop cowering to Obama's dweebs - example.. CNN's Don Lemon "STEPPED UP" against Debbie Wasserface-Shultz, on the Chris Christy "bridgegate" topic .. when Lemon challenged her on the difference between Chris not knowing what his aides did, compared to "issues" Obama didn't know about his ACA .. IRS .. NSA & many other(damning) topics he played 'ignorant to"

        BTW (CNN's) Don Lemon's peers applauded him for the kahunas to hit Debbie with the double-standard ..
        Then her excuse for Obama was, "Obama was 'unaware' of the policy issues"

        Nothing will change untill people publicly call Obama out on his lies !!

    • The math works when you don't count those who have fallen off the roles and are no longer looking for work. Giving them more UE benefits simply increases the number that will quit looking and improve the number even more.

      This is a mid-term election year, so expect anything and everything to deflect attention from any problems that might cause them to lose a few seats. Those folks that aren't showing up in the UE counts any longer are the ones that are increasing the food stamps populations, but liberals don't see that as a bad thing, especially in an election year.

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