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Believe it – Employment Numbers Were Ginned

rliston Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 5:08 PM
all depends on who or what you refer to as reputable - as long as they aren't from some orig that is afilited with Obams I would guess they would be all right -The issue hear is that this joke of an administration cant even get there internal lies straight bewteen themselves-You folks just don't understand Chicago style politects !!!!!!!!
Stuart95 Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 6:11 PM
Totally agree - but there are plenty of credible, conservative spokespeople - including those of Fox News, Cato Institute, editorial page of the WSJ - that would be all over this issue if there were a hint of impropriety.

A couple weeks ago, this column analyzed the inflation rate reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), and concluded that you should rely on your common sense when the government reports questionable statistics. If they don’t make sense based on what you see, experience, and hear from your friends, then they’re probably wrong. Last week’s unemployment number – which decreased to a still-dismal 7.8% – should not only make no sense to you, but should have never made sense to the BLS and therefore should never have been issued.

So am I just popping off or is there...