Looks like they called part-time Obama campaign workers to pump up the numbers. 60,000 households (1/10th of 1% of the households in America) are polled and then they multiply the responses by a thousand and make a seasonal adjustment. If 600 moms out of 60,000 non-random households across the country took a part-time job out of desperation at their kids school or by working the election, then that would explain the number. It's a statistical anomaly not supported by the actual payroll count or the progressively slowing GDP numbers.
Obama taking a victory lap on an increase in part time jobs shows just how desperate the Obama campaign is for ANY halfway decent news on the economy. In fact, the financial repression policies of this administration have not ignited growth in the economy. The economy has been slowing down each year since the bounce back in 2009.
The poor ignorant masses of America are being told by their gubment and the North Korean media that all is well, be happy, spend all your money. They are holding back all the bad news until after the election. Obama's socialist friends in Europe are doing the same.
Spain's finance minister said last night they don't need a bailout and everybody laughed. Spain is 6 times worse off than Greece because they have covered up their bank losses. They have not marked their assets to market like the rest of the world.
Greece runs out of money in November. Merkel is just stringing it out to prevent a blowup before the election (at Obama's request) so her socialist buddy can get re-elected. Obama must have made a deal with Merkel that he'll bail out Germany when the Euro collapses. Obama can ram anything through Congress during a crisis with Nancy and Harry twisting arms.
Film dramatizing bin Laden raid airing Nov. 4
By LYNN ELBER | Associated Press – 37 mins ago
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A film dramatizing the death of Osama bin Laden is set to debut next month on the National Geographic Channel, two days before the presidential election.
"Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden," from The Weinstein Co. and Voltage Pictures, will air Sunday, Nov. 4, the channel said Thursday. President Barack Obama faces Republican challenger Mitt Romney at the polls two days later.
Weinstein co-chairman Harvey Weinstein is a prominent fundraiser for Obama's re-election campaign, which has touted bin Laden's death as an example of the president's leadership.
National Geographic Channel chose the film's debut date to help promote President Obama's reelection.