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168 days ago.
by Kunectdots
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The real unemployment rate is 14.7%

According to Forbes, the real unemployment rate in the US isn't the 7.8% that Obama is bragging (as if that is to brag about) but 14.7%. Where is the outrage from the Left for their economic golden boy, The Chosen One and Mr. Hope & Change's utter failure.

 
 

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Kunectdots

I "think the current administration is the only one" that CURRENTLY matters!

Posted 168 days ago.

Ohwiseone

So you think the current administration is the only one to fudge the numbers ? Come on !

Posted 168 days ago.

absolem

NasCarNut....i almost spit out my wheaties when i read your post...did you post that with a serious face? the "official" adjective that was used was supposed to what...make that number believable? i suppose we should be forunate that the *choke..*choke number isn't any higher cause then it would be really hard to swallow the estimated $30 billion that the states owe the federal government for the shortfalls in unemployment payments. Ohio itself owes 1.6 billion. surely the number receiving public assistance without working a lick must be dropping it "like it's hot".

Posted 168 days ago.

NasCarNut

The official unemployment rate has now dipped to 5.6 percent, which is 2.2 percentage points below where it was when Obama first took office. It is not only the lowest jobless rate in six years — it is slightly better than the historical average. Since 1948, the monthly jobless rate has averaged 5.8 percent.

Posted 168 days ago.

Kunectdots

"The Big Lie: 5.6% Unemployment"

February 3, 2015

h ttp://w ww.gallup.c om/opinion/chairman/181469/big-lie-unemployment.aspx

Posted 168 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Attachments made by the house prevented it !

Posted 184 days ago.

BeRight

In the Senate, the bill was stalled by Majority leader Harry Reid on September 27, 2011. Say what Willis?

Posted 196 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Never got to Harry !

Posted 196 days ago.

BeRight

Never got past Harry Reid, did it?

Posted 196 days ago.

BeRight

You said " president early in his presidency tried to pass a works bill " not me.

Posted 196 days ago.

Ohwiseone

No , it was just Obamas bill ! And we all know that anything he tried was going to be obstructed no matter how bad for the American people that would have been !

Posted 196 days ago.

BeRight

The bill was full of feel good temporary constructions job. It has provisions to prop of unions Prohibiting discrimination in hiring against persons who are unemployed (feel good) Extended unemployment pay(that actually happened) Money for “shovel ready” projects. Again, nothing but temporary constructions jobs.

Posted 196 days ago.

BeRight

In the Senate, the bill was stalled by Majority leader Harry Reid on September 27, 2011

Posted 196 days ago.

BeRight

works bill : That certainly prove you swallowed the Lib Coolaid. The term "works bill" sounds good but it was full of liberal feel good c r a p.

read it dude.

Posted 196 days ago.

Ohwiseone

When the president early in his presidency tried to pas a works bill of jobs that were already started your obstructing repubidoodles killed it ! Now hich is real ? Thousands of construction jobs on our infrastructure or a few temporary jobs ?

Posted 198 days ago.

BeRight

It is not nit picking when even people like mod state Keystone's construction jobs are temporary like that is some sort of bad thing.

Either construction jobs are good for the economy or not is the question. Not just some of the construction jobs.

When faced with a decision, you call it nitpicking. How typical liberal democrat.

Posted 198 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Typical republidoodle nit picking !

Posted 198 days ago.

BeRight

So do we included these "temporary" construction jobs in the labor report or discount them because all construction jobs are temporary? What freakin' Liberal dilemma. Bad for Keystone but good enough to put in the administrations labor report.

Posted 198 days ago.

Ohwiseone

There's a reason to put the blame where it belongs !

Posted 199 days ago.

BeRight

The jobs report trumpeted by the Labor Department last week included 48,000 construction jobs. The media made that out to be a big deal.

There were no sub-notes about how "Temporary" construction jobs are. I guess it only matters that those Temporary Construction jobs did not involve work on the Keystone.

Posted 199 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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