How will Democrats explain the just announced unemployment rate GOING UP?

That's right-the rate announced today went UP to 7.9%. Please don't come on and answer with the B-S of "jobs created" as THAT IS ALREADY FIGURED IN TO THE 7.9% SO IT'S NOT A FACTOR. Excuses please?

Asked By: AntiPC Now in H-D - 11/2/2012
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On Aug 148K jobs were created, unemployment dropped to 0.2% (8.3%-8.1%). On Sept 114K jobs were created, unemployment dropped to 0.3% (8.1%-7.8%) libprogs celebrates. On Oct 171K jobs created, Unemployment rose 0.1% (7.8%-79... More
Answered By: Blanco Y egro - 11/2/2012
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That's what happens. Jobs fluctuate. In the wake of this, the politically conservative Tory driven Economist still endorsed Obama.
Answered By: Forget War Buy More - 11/2/2012
Moire importantly, how do they explain how 1.9%, 1.2%, and 2% GDP (likely to be adjusted downward) will create more jobs... More
Answered By: bigvossman - 11/2/2012
Unemployment always goes up under the Republicans... More
Answered By: Antonia Smart - 11/2/2012
This is just the start. It is up since Obama took office. If he is re-elected unemployment will skyrocket again. The trend is heading that way already. Also, hiring for seasonal Christmas employees are in those figures.
Answered By: Cathlin - 11/2/2012
Answered By: Warren T - 11/2/2012
Not that its true... More
Answered By: chmacqueen - 11/2/2012
did you know there are countries in the world almost close to 0... More
Answered By: meansweryou - 11/2/2012
Typical 4 year SMOKE-SCREEN as usual.
Answered By: Osamabama - 11/2/2012
How do conservatives explain their inconsistency and hypocrisy? Last month, when it dropped, the BLS was cooking the numbers and they were in Obama's back pocket. Now, when it increased, there is no question as to their validity... More
Answered By: Alex - 11/2/2012
SPIN implies disingenuous, deceptive and/or highly manipulative tactics
Answered By: Pirate - 11/2/2012
The unemployment rate is based on people LOOKING for jobs. Therefore as jobs increase the confidence in finding jobs also increases, therefore there are more people out looking for jobs because they feel more confident in finding one... More
Answered By: KeitHxS - 11/2/2012
I can't help it if you have no understanding of the factors that drive the unemployment rate. Your decision to spew rhetoric based in ignorance is your own problem.
Answered By: Captain Jack - 11/2/2012
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