US unemployment aid applications rise...

US unemployment aid applications rise to 367K

There are 15 comments on the SavannahNow story from Oct 4, 2012, titled US unemployment aid applications rise to 367K. In it, SavannahNow reports that:

The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits rose to a seasonally adjusted 367,000, a level consistent with only modest hiring.

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“Proud To Be An American”

Since: Apr 07

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#1 Oct 4, 2012
Unemployment, despair and uncertainty...The sad effects of b. h. obama's "Trickle Down Government."
xnutmegger

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Oct 4, 2012
Friday is the most important number.

Total jobs created in Sept.

A measely 113,000 is expected......time will tell.
Clinton Is Wonderboy

Oscoda, MI

#3 Oct 4, 2012
xnutmegger wrote:
Friday is the most important number.
Total jobs created in Sept.
A measely 113,000 is expected......time will tell.
113,000 more than anything created per month under the GOP administration. What jobs did mitt create at all the companies he raided and left people out on the street? Obama better learn to hit, and hit hard.
excartpuller

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Oct 4, 2012
The rich with big money traps has since siphoned all the stimulus money that Mr. B had poured into the sysdtem from the top of course. A lot of that money stays at the top and all that trickled dawon go right back at the top and stays there. It's so simple all the have to do is use their senses and imaginations or else make some model of their system how the stupid works or does not work.
d Nashua

Nashua, NH

#5 Oct 4, 2012
So who is counting the unemployed people who have exhausted benefits?

There are millions out there but the obozo administration doesn't count them or even think about them. What about the under employed working two or more part time jobs just the pay bills???

Why do welfare whores keep collecting forever while unemployed have strict limits on the amounts they can collect and limits on length of collections.

System is really broken and need to be fixed.

Vote all new people into office. Anyone now in Washington needs to be replaced by new faces ideas,plans of action.

If anyone in Washington actually knew anything we would not be in this mess. Vote new people new parties cause what we got now is just not working for America
xnutmegger

Phoenix, AZ

#6 Oct 4, 2012
Clinton Is Wonderboy wrote:
<quoted text>113,000 more than anything created per month under the GOP administration. What jobs did mitt create at all the companies he raided and left people out on the street? Obama better learn to hit, and hit hard.
That's like saying Dallas was successful againist GB Monday because they didn't get shut out.

“Here we go!”

Since: Feb 07

Tampa, FL

#7 Oct 4, 2012
You should probably look that statement up... I think that you'll find that an average of 130,000 jobs are created in the US every month regardless of which party is warming the leather in the Oval Office.
Clinton Is Wonderboy wrote:
<quoted text>113,000 more than anything created per month under the GOP administration. What jobs did mitt create at all the companies he raided and left people out on the street? Obama better learn to hit, and hit hard.
xnutmegger

Phoenix, AZ

#8 Oct 4, 2012
Eron wrote:
You should probably look that statement up... I think that you'll find that an average of 130,000 jobs are created in the US every month regardless of which party is warming the leather in the Oval Office.
<quoted text>
It takes about 150,000 just to keep up with the population growth.

We need around 200,000+ consistantly to grow this economy to be in-line with all other post WWII recoveries and we ain't there and only for about 4 months total since June 2009 and the end of the Bush Recession.

It's like claiming your blood pressure coming up from about 60 to 80 is good progress when it needs to be at least 100.
Tony

Broken Arrow, OK

#10 Oct 4, 2012
Romney says he will create 12 million jobs in 4 years but gives NO specific details on his plan on how he will accomplish his promise only talking points.
Without specific detailed plans he may as well as promised 1 Trillion jobs.
Clinton Is Wonderboy

Oscoda, MI

#11 Oct 4, 2012
xnutmegger wrote:
<quoted text>
It takes about 150,000 just to keep up with the population growth.
We need around 200,000+ consistantly to grow this economy to be in-line with all other post WWII recoveries and we ain't there and only for about 4 months total since June 2009 and the end of the Bush Recession.
It's like claiming your blood pressure coming up from about 60 to 80 is good progress when it needs to be at least 100.
Get out of here. Bush bleed 750,000 per month! Obama is adding jobs. You Republicans are lying sacks of sh*t!

“AVAUNCEZ!!”

Since: Aug 07

Eldora Iowa

#12 Oct 4, 2012
Clinton Is Wonderboy wrote:
<quoted text>Get out of here. Bush bleed 750,000 per month! Obama is adding jobs. You Republicans are lying sacks of sh*t!
No he didn't. Total jobs lost on December 2008 was 544,000. Obama has over 300,000 new claims every week, that is over 1.2 million jobs a month, in other words, at the end of Bush's last term in office there were 12,044 people out of every 100,000 without an job, during the middle of Obama's term that number went up to over 15,000, during 2010 and 2011, now the number is 12,544, still way higher thqn under Bush, lying sackofshit
xnutmegger

Phoenix, AZ

#13 Oct 4, 2012
Clinton Is Wonderboy wrote:
<quoted text>Get out of here. Bush bleed 750,000 per month! Obama is adding jobs. You Republicans are lying sacks of sh*t!
Get out of where ?

Bush , as bad as it got , gained 200,000 jobs in 8 years. Obama is still down 4,000,000. The Bush big drops were for about 4-5 months at the end.

Bush's biggest drops occured after Obama won the election in 2008 but before he took office.

I'm not getting out of any wheres .

Here are the monthly tables during the Bush-Obama era.

http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CES0000000001...

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“Here we go!”

Since: Feb 07

Tampa, FL

#14 Oct 4, 2012
Prove that Obama is adding jobs. I can prove to you that he has had a net loss of jobs. Hint- Look at where non farm payroll numbers were on 20JAN09 and look at where they are today.
Clinton Is Wonderboy wrote:
<quoted text>Get out of here. Bush bleed 750,000 per month! Obama is adding jobs. You Republicans are lying sacks of sh*t!

“Here we go!”

Since: Feb 07

Tampa, FL

#15 Oct 4, 2012
Right, some months are better than others, and we need a serious bump now- since Obama has presided over a net loss of jobs in four years.
xnutmegger wrote:
<quoted text>
It takes about 150,000 just to keep up with the population growth.
We need around 200,000+ consistantly to grow this economy to be in-line with all other post WWII recoveries and we ain't there and only for about 4 months total since June 2009 and the end of the Bush Recession.
It's like claiming your blood pressure coming up from about 60 to 80 is good progress when it needs to be at least 100.
Lonewolf

Leesville, SC

#16 Oct 4, 2012
The economy is on a slow downward slide,better be ready.

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