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Is it really a big deal that unemployment numbers went down a little?

The two top areas where jobs picked up are health care and the transportation and warehousing industries. That just says more people are getting sick. Blood pressure, heart problems, strokes, stomach problems and mental problems, all because they are worrying about what kind of schit Obama is going to do next. Transportation and warehousing always pick up by about 10% this time of year. Watch how fast all of those 120 day jobs go away on December 24th. The rest can be attributed to people giving up on looking for jobs and dropping off the government charts.

Asked By: wvparanormal - 10/5/2012
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No its not a big deal. It'll be a good thing if the numbers add up which it doesn't. Compare the numbers of jobs added 114,000 for sept. to the months of Jan/Feb 12', May/Jun 12', Jun/Jul/Aug 11', Apr/May 11', Sept/Oct 10',Feb/Mar 10', Nov/Dec 09', Jun/Jul 09' with population growth (unemployed?). There's been no surge... More
Answered By: Blanco y egro's Sequestration Hush Hush - 10/6/2012
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what it is is a lie liberals think in some way that this will fool americans into voting for buckwheat..
Answered By: Jamie - 10/5/2012
 
Oh, thank God we have you to explain the United States unemployment rates to us..
Answered By: Willard Lies - 10/5/2012
 
It's not a big deal when you consider the fact that normal unemployment rates should be in the 3 and 4% range. Sadly we've forgotten about that fact.
Answered By: Jack - 10/5/2012
 
1. It is no big deal 2. It is no surprise The orders from Pennsylvania ave. you get those numbers down or I will find someone that will B. H. Obama President of the United States of America
Answered By: Only Cowards Block - 10/5/2012
 
More liberal lies. Maybe congress should conduct an investigation.
Answered By: "Anyone Else, 2012" - 10/5/2012
 
The headline unemployment number is one of the most political government statisitics out there ...and it goes back to Nixon vs JFK... More
Answered By: Mike - 10/5/2012
 
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