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No, Obama Is Not My Daddy – He’s My Employee

psydoc Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 8:28 PM
First of all, use the non-adjusted numbers, and use the total at the end of 2008, and 2012. You will see that the real number is a net loss of over 2 million.
restoreliberty Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 10:58 PM
Now go figure out how many are now part-time or seasonal jobs now as compared to full-time jobs back in 2009.
Chris2189 Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 8:52 PM
Example, let's use 2009 since that's a year we keep discussing...


average the 12 months and you get 130875.75.
Seems suspiciously close to the 130876 number that's in the annual column doesn't it? Plus for your theory to be correct you're saying that somehow 600k jobs appeared between the Dec number and the "annual" number. While Obama has created jobs, no single month has hit anything like 600k jobs.
psydoc Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 8:35 PM
Not if you use the non-adjusted numbers, it is the total, not the average. You can prove that to yourself by simply averaging one year, you will find the numbers would be different.
Chris2189 Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 8:31 PM
The "total" at the end (in the annual column) is an average. Add the numbers up and look for yourself.

The grotesque spectacle of the State of the Union address, with its lengthy receiving line of adoring sycophants, demonstrates why the President is operating under the delusion that he is more than just our President. Like him, many people seem to fundamentally misunderstand his role. He’s not our “leader,” or our “ruler,” or our national “daddy,” no matter what his adoring fan, comic Chris Rock, thinks.

Let’s clarify things for those folks with the unseemly desire to offer up their personal sovereignty to some government hack. Unlike Hollywood geniuses better known for exposing their breasts than exposing their brains, I'll...