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pipedreams 10-05-2012 15:01

Unemployment rate poll
 
The unemployment rate fell to 7.8% in September. What’s your take on this?

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/multim...192849572.html

Bottom right of page.


Current numbers:

It assures President Obama's re-election (8604)
9%

It's proof the economy is improving (21280)
22%

It's temporary, the worst isn't over (11403)
12%


I don't trust the numbers (55030)
57%


IvanVic 10-05-2012 15:16

It's likely indicative of people who were looking for work giving up, in combination with some of those people finding jobs.

hogship 10-05-2012 15:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by pipedreams (Post 19488554)
The unemployment rate fell to 7.8% in September. What’s your take on this?

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/multim...192849572.html

Bottom right of page.


Current numbers:

It assures President Obama's re-election (8604)
9%

It's proof the economy is improving (21280)
22%

It's temporary, the worst isn't over (11403)
12%


I don't trust the numbers (55030)
57%


I don't trust the numbers either.......

ooc

pipedreams 10-05-2012 15:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by hogship (Post 19488639)
I don't trust the numbers either.......

ooc

Looks like 57% so far agree with you.

JFrame 10-05-2012 15:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by hogship (Post 19488639)
I don't trust the numbers either.......

ooc


It looks like we won't have much trouble reaching a consensus...


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countrygun 10-05-2012 15:58

Take a close look at what sector had the largest growth, and one of the largest surges in it's history.

It was



Government.

something fishy here?

JFrame 10-05-2012 16:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by countrygun (Post 19488696)
Take a close look at what sector had the largest growth, and one of the largest surges in it's history.

It was



Government.

something fishy here?


And 16,000 of those were with the IRS...Not just fishy, but scary as spit...


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fx77 10-05-2012 16:03

Numbers cannot be real. Look at the labor participation rate...also the best #'s in 40 years...??? I don't think sooooo

LASTRESORT20 10-05-2012 16:05

`Debate gone sour for obammy and the Left? No problem....Finagle the numbers for the unemployment report to keep `em under 8....`then brag` on the lies and hope no one looks to closely and keep the stupid.... stupid.

JFrame 10-05-2012 16:06

Jack Welch is a man whose opinion I personally regard highly, and he's not buying it...

http://www.businessinsider.com/jack-...romney-2012-10


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PocketProtector 10-05-2012 16:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by IvanVic (Post 19488591)
It's likely indicative of people who were looking for work giving up, in combination with some of those people finding jobs.

It's indicative of ChicagO corruption.

rgregoryb 10-05-2012 16:06

Something stinks....................................smells like books cooking.

GAFinch 10-05-2012 16:43

Reminds me of Soviet grain reports.

JFrame 10-05-2012 16:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by GAFinch (Post 19488802)
Reminds me of Soviet grain reports.

Or Mao's reports of farm pigs the size of pick-up trucks...


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Fed Five Oh 10-05-2012 17:21

Smells like desperation.

rgregoryb 10-05-2012 17:33

maybe even flintlicker will be able to discern the falsehoods in this report, and then again maybe not

SPIN2010 10-05-2012 17:34

Why would this lie be any different than any other out of this administration? :dunno:

Cavalry Doc 10-05-2012 18:21

Nothing more than a monumental all out failed attempt at an October surprise.

Pink unicorns and marshmallow trees perpetrated by Barry's disciples.

IvanVic 10-05-2012 20:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by PocketProtector (Post 19488719)
It's indicative of ChicagO corruption.

Who do you think calculates the unemployment rate?


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IvanVic 10-05-2012 20:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by JFrame (Post 19488718)
Jack Welch is a man whose opinion I personally regard highly, and he's not buying it...

http://www.businessinsider.com/jack-...romney-2012-10


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Lou Dobbs was laughing at this earlier on Fox. Still an iconic executive, Welch is getting old.


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