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    Default unemployment drops to 8.6%

    what a bunch of liberal BS, they think we are as stupid as them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    what a bunch of liberal BS, they think we are as stupid as them!
    I've been hiring and know many others that have too. Not enough to replace those that were lost but a step in the right direction.

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    2 weeks into January it will be higher than ever after all the holidayers get sacked.

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    Wasn't it last month hey wanted to extend benefits for a bunch of the 99ers about to run out of benefits?

    They didn't extended it. How many fell off the rolls?

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    Default G3 and G6

    The way I read the stats, G3 (Governments numbers 3) is unemployment is 8.6%. But if you read the numbers, G6 (Government numbers) is minus 300,000 who have quit looking for work. Unemployment is 16%. Go figure why the LIBERAL PRESS will post 8.6%. God, I wonder how we go got so many LIBERAL PUKES in or society!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    The way I read the stats, G3 (Governments numbers 3) is unemployment is 8.6%. But if you read the numbers, G6 (Government numbers) is minus 300,000 who have quit looking for work. Unemployment is 16%. Go figure why the LIBERAL PRESS will post 8.6%. God, I wonder how we go got so many LIBERAL PUKES in or society!
    Easy, see the "herd of liberal voters" thread....
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    Everyone who believes only 8.6% of working age Americans are currently out of work also believes this country is full of hope, due to the excellent changes.

    There's two things seriously wrong with this grand announcement:
    1 They actually think 8.6% unemployment is a good thing
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    2 They had to wait until the Holiday hiring was in full swing to post such a number.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    God, I wonder how we go got so many LIBERAL PUKES in or society!
    They were bought and paid for.......by your tax dollars.



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    Default What Do You Think The "REAL" Unemployment Rate Is?

    In the '60's when my dad was unemployed, unemployment rates counted everyone who didn't have a job. Now they only count those who are collecting unemployment. Just today, I read that the Post Office isn't going to start their "Employment Reduction" until til May of 2012. I'm sure the Kenyan doesn't want the unemployed postal workers included in the unemployment rates as he runs for re-election.

    I'm guessing the "REAL" unemployment rate is around 16%!!!!!!

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    Collecting unemployed: 13.2 million
    Actual unemployed: 23.9 million



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Collecting unemployed: 13.2 million
    Actual unemployed: 23.9 million
    Just get total jobs by year, I bet you can see shrinkage even though the rate decreases.

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    The single biggest thing missing from BOTH numbers is the unemployed grads. If you weren't employed, then unemployed, then dropped of the unemployed roster, your not on either number. Employed, then student, or part time employee/student doesn't count. You had to have recieved unemployment benefits to be counted as unemployed.

    It takes 150,000 NEW jobs A MONTH just to keep up with growth.



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