n regards to today's Jobs report---I agree with former GE CEO Jack Welch, Chicago style politics is at work here...
by Congressman Allen West on Friday, October 5, 2012 at 10:05am ·
We all want the suffering of the American people from this rampant scourge of unemployment to end. However, today's jobs report is confusing to say the least. Previous months numbers have been revised and yet the workforce participation rate remains at a 30 year low. The unemployment rate drops to 7.8 percent, that is where it was in January 2009 when the President took office. But the U6 computation of unemployed, underemployed, and discouraged Americans remains the same at 14.7 percent.
I agree with former GE CEO Jack Welch, Chicago style politics is at work here. Somehow by manipulation of data we are all of a sudden below 8 percent unemployment, a month from the Presidential election. This is Orwellian to say the least and representative of Saul Alinsky tactics from the book "Rules for Radicals"- a must read for all who want to know how the left strategize . Trust the Obama administration? Sure, and the spontaneous reaction to a video caused the death of our Ambassador......and pigs fly.
WTF can't Mitt talk this way?
"At his Virginia event today, Mitt Romney talked down the economic progress we're making, but the truth is that businesses have added 5.2 million jobs over the past two and a half years, and the unemployment rate is now at its lowest levels since January 2009. Romney won't tell the truth because he knows his plans would pummel the middle class, taking us back to the same failed policies that caused the collapse and record job losses in the first place. In fact, independent economists say his plans would not create jobs, could slow the recovery, and could actually cost us two million jobs over the next two years. The American people want to move forward, not back."-Lis Smith, campaign spokeswoman
Desperation and paranoia. When the mind is empty, it will fill up with conspiracy.
Welch will "clarify" that remark, I'm sure.
By the way, he's old and crazy. Have you seen him lately?
Rep. Alan West Nails It! : Re Job "Numbers"WTF can't Mitt talk this way?
but the truth is that businesses have added 5.2 million jobs over the past two and a half years