Glimmer of hope in jobs report

Glimmer of hope in jobs report

There are 7 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Oct 18, 2012, titled Glimmer of hope in jobs report. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

Eduardo Pacheco of Stamford contructs interior walls for locker rooms and bathrooms for PPG Properties new Crunch Fitness center project at 1030 Barnum Avenue in Stratford on Wednesday, October 3, 2012.

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BPT

Trumbull, CT

#1 Oct 19, 2012
last natl. employment figures left california off last month, yet it was reported as a positive number. i don't know if the figures are EVER accurate or skewered.
and
if people stop LOOKING for work they are removed from the rolls of the unemployed? that NEVER made sense to me.

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#2 Oct 19, 2012
BPT wrote:
last natl. employment figures left california off last month, yet it was reported as a positive number. i don't know if the figures are EVER accurate or skewered.
and
if people stop LOOKING for work they are removed from the rolls of the unemployed? that NEVER made sense to me.
After Obama lost the first debate the scumocrats became desperate. The jobs report released right afterwards was basically fiction. The recession continues and it will continue indefinitely until government takes its heels off business.
BPT

Trumbull, CT

#3 Oct 19, 2012
Citizen44 wrote:
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After Obama lost the first debate the scumocrats became desperate. The jobs report released right afterwards was basically fiction. The recession continues and it will continue indefinitely until government takes its heels off business.
agree
begining to feel that so much money has been spent already that regardless of the election outcome the damage is alredy done. we the middle class will carry the burden of the up and coming tax increase.
what a mess..........blame bush.........;)

Since: Aug 10

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#4 Mar 1, 2013
I feel sorry for people who do not have jobs, and they cannot support their families and do not pay state and federal income taxes. I feel their pains.
deyquan

Mount Holly, NJ

#5 Mar 15, 2013
When our Gov. signs the new gu laws Ruger, Stag and Colt will leave. That will put about 3k people out of work. Don't worry we can always tax the rich.

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#6 Mar 16, 2013
#5 is very true and very sad.
Igor

Newtown, CT

#7 Mar 16, 2013
The plan has always been to bankrupt the country..Once that is accomplished they wil have EVERYONE depending on government and can dictate to all of society..The major problem that they did not anticipate was Fracking..it has revived parts of the economy and threatens their entire "Green" agenda..They have inflated world oil and gas prices by encouraging battles and warfare in the mideast. Once Iran announces they have the bomb Oil will jump 60%+ on the world market..Gas will jump to near $10 to $15 per gallon (NOW does the damn BUSWAY make sense to you?)The tilting point will come when they decide how to DESTROY Fracking.That will signal the begining of the BIG Battle.

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