Why are all the liberal politicians lying about how they grew private sector jobs 49,000 lost last month?

No private sector jobs have been created, but 49,000 private sector jobs were lost last month, included several of my relatives. Yet these liberal politicians such as Biden, Pelosi and Obama keep saying to the public they created private sector jobs- which is a total LIE. How do these people sleep at night? Do they have souls?

Asked By: Soros cults teach hate - 10/7/2010
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Answered By: Timo M - 10/7/2010
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Like most politicians lying is like breathing to them.
Answered By: Jerry - 10/7/2010
Like your avatar says... conspiracy theory
Answered By: Jay - 10/7/2010
How do you know it's a lie?
Answered By: imfoxygirl - 10/7/2010
er... you do understand that jobs are created and lost every month, right? in short, you could both be right, you could lose 49,000 jobs from some companies while other companies create 49,000 jobs...
Answered By: g - 10/7/2010
I have 0 facts to back me up, but maybe they are saying 49,000 new were created and they stop there instead of mentioning that 200,000 old jobs were lost. Statistics can say whatever you want them to say...maybe that's what they are doing?
Answered By: Andy - 10/7/2010
Are you sure you know what you are talking about because I can't see anything like that in the jobs report
Answered By: JOE - 10/7/2010
Because their media will parrot what every they say. Most people just listened to the media and believe it to be true. According to the media he is doing a great job.
Answered By: Bob J - 10/7/2010
This is the only way they can push their agenda, is through lies and doctored statistics. When unemployment rises over 10% (which experts predict the best-case scenario to be around 10.1 to 10.5% this time next year), that will drive the final nail in the coffin of 0bama's tenure as President.
Answered By: Disco Stu - 10/7/2010
For the same reasons conservative politicians lie. They hope it gets them votes.
Answered By: pearlmar - 10/7/2010
These figures are reported by the nonpartisan Census Bureau.
Answered By: Dem Spin - 10/7/2010
I have been unemployed for one year and a day. No one wants to hirer me, and I was fired because of being sick with flu to often and family also needing my help because of the flu epidemic last year. Why don't they put a end to this dilemma? Being fired because your sick come on.
Answered By: COMFORTER - 10/7/2010
The only lie is what you are spewing. You and your fellow Cons are the ones without souls.
Answered By: Mv - 10/7/2010
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