Breaking story! TRUE unemployment rate is 14.7%

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“Im Right here”

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Cause You need the education.

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#43
Oct 6, 2012
 
Jessica Rabbit wrote:
Auntie, if all you have is a little one, I hear there are pumps to help.
Hopefully, in time you will be able to post as Uncle!
Speaking of uncle. You should give up the craptalk and pay attention..

Donít Be Fooled, That Debate Was a Big Deal,
Mitt Romney beat the britches off of President Obama in their first debate, including the devastating sound bite ďyouíve been president for four years.Ē
It was the most-watched debate in 20 years and was the most decisive victory by a challenger in at least that long, but to look at the news today, you might be tempted to think it really didnít matter.
Another month of essentially flat job growth is being trumpeted as just the comeback the president needed, with reporters, addicted to the top-line unemployment rate, freaking out about the fact that the measure fell below 8 percent.
(Power Play will spare you another lecture on the irrelevancy of this measure in a stagnant economy. The number to watch to know how people are really doing is the larger measure of those unemployed, underemployed and those who have given up work, which held steady at 14.7 percent.)
Certainly the very presence of an avalanche of favorable, if misleading, economic headlines will give the president a boost. And he certainly needs one given his botch on Wednesday

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/05/do ...
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#44
Oct 7, 2012
 
PolitiCat wrote:
<quoted text>Speaking of uncle. You should give up the craptalk and pay attention..
Donít Be Fooled, That Debate Was a Big Deal,
Mitt Romney beat the britches off of President Obama in their first debate, including the devastating sound bite ďyouíve been president for four years.Ē
It was the most-watched debate in 20 years and was the most decisive victory by a challenger in at least that long, but to look at the news today, you might be tempted to think it really didnít matter.
Another month of essentially flat job growth is being trumpeted as just the comeback the president needed, with reporters, addicted to the top-line unemployment rate, freaking out about the fact that the measure fell below 8 percent.
(Power Play will spare you another lecture on the irrelevancy of this measure in a stagnant economy. The number to watch to know how people are really doing is the larger measure of those unemployed, underemployed and those who have given up work, which held steady at 14.7 percent.)
Certainly the very presence of an avalanche of favorable, if misleading, economic headlines will give the president a boost. And he certainly needs one given his botch on Wednesday
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/05/do ...
I love how many weak minded people are led around by the nose by Foxnews. If they actually thought for themselves, it could be considered a miracle.

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Since: Nov 11

Denver, CO

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#45
Oct 7, 2012
 
What is cool is 80 million Americans watched the debate to see for themselves what a great president Mitt Romney will be.

Seeing oboma in his real self stumbling and bumbling through his memorized speeches while Mitt Romney spoke direct, informative, brilliant with numbers at the snap of the fingers and polite as hell.Oboma tried several times to take a cheap shot and Romney tossed right back in obomas face.

Oboma is a disgrace and he showed it to America that day.

Oboma is the student and Romney was the Teacher..

Out of those 80 million there will be enough people that care that will vote for Romney and Americans prosperity this time.

I cant wait for the next debate.

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