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2.2 Million Go On Disability Since Mid-2010; Fraud Explains Falling Unemployment Rate

patrickhenry1734 Wrote: May 06, 2012 12:23 AM
The unemployment or under employment is -- 25%. Since the media will not report it -- it is now reported. Come see us at (see below): www.constitutionliberty. com Sign up for the Newsletter ! Thanks.
oldnjal Wrote: May 06, 2012 8:11 AM
I know. How can we get Brian Williams, and the other "liars-by-omission" to say so?
'Rock Center' is not.

Since mid-2010, precisely at the time millions of US citizens used up all of their 99 week of unemployment insurance, disability claims have risen by 2.2 million. Those on disability are not counted in the workforce and are not considered unemployed.

Please consider Disabled Americans Shrink Size of U.S. Labor Force

The number of workers receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) jumped 22 percent to 8.7 million in April from 7.1 million in December 2007, Social Security data show. That helps explain as much as one quarter of the decline in the U.S. labor-force participation rate during the period, according...

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