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Obama’s Psycho Job Phobia

Ron-CA Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:31 AM
A labor department official says "The increase this week was smaller than the agency anticipated in adjusting the data." So that means unemployment fell! Right? This is the same rhetoric we hear when they discuss spending. If they spend less than they projected to spend its a cut! Really, all you need is the secret decoder ring and its easy to understand what they say versus what they want you to hear.
ppotts Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 11:20 AM
I have noticed that when they add 2 and 2 it somehow ends up only being 1 instead of 4 like it actually is. They have a new way of counting and it does not add up. I like the old way, at least we know the answers with it.

Good news everyone: Jobless claims on a weekly basis fell to a five-year low according to the Labor Department.

Bad news everyone: Yet still more people remain jobless.

And why is that? Because Obama doesn’t care about jobs.

When you reckon out the newest jobless figures using the Obama’s best calculus, the weekly decline doesn’t mean that fewer people are unemployed.

That would be asking way too much from an administration that seems phobic about private-sector job creation.

“Applications for jobless benefits decreased by 37,000 to 335,000 in the week ended Jan. 12, the lowest level since the period ended Jan....