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Sev
04-15-2010, 08:43 PM
Unemployment filings have increased for 2 consecutive weeks.
This week ending unemployment filings were at 484,000. According to the government.

So where is that positive job growth the O bot has been bragging about???

How about some more fun numbers?

WEEKLY UI CLAIMS FOR THE PAST FEW WEEKS.

UNADJUSTED DATA (WHICH IS THE REAL NUMBER COMING IN FROM THE STATES, NOT THE FALSE NUMBER RELEASED TO THE SHEEPLE TO MAKE THEM THINK WE ARE IN RECOVERY. WE ARE NOT IN RECOVERY!)

514,742 in the week ending April 10
414,657 in the week ending April 3
404,869 in the week ending March 27
405,557 in the week ending March 20
432,166 in the week ending March 13
460,287 in the week ending March 6
471,720 in the week ending Feb. 27452,468 in the week ending Feb. 20

Stats Here.. Link: http://www.dol.gov/opa/media/press/eta/ui/current.ht


Hows that Hopey changey thingy working????

Sid_Vicious
04-15-2010, 08:50 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Sev</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Unemployment filings have increased for 2 consecutive weeks.
This week ending unemployment filings were at 484,000. According to the government.

So where is that positive job growth the O bot has been bragging about???

How about some more fun numbers?

WEEKLY UI CLAIMS FOR THE PAST FEW WEEKS.

UNADJUSTED DATA (WHICH IS THE REAL NUMBER COMING IN FROM THE STATES, NOT THE FALSE NUMBER RELEASED TO THE SHEEPLE TO MAKE THEM THINK WE ARE IN RECOVERY. WE ARE NOT IN RECOVERY!)

514,742 in the week ending April 10
414,657 in the week ending April 3
404,869 in the week ending March 27
405,557 in the week ending March 20
432,166 in the week ending March 13
460,287 in the week ending March 6
471,720 in the week ending Feb. 27452,468 in the week ending Feb. 20

Stats Here.. Link: http://www.dol.gov/opa/media/press/eta/ui/current.ht


Hows that Hopey changey thingy working????



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How 'bout listing the jobs situation when Bush left office. That guy was in office for 8 years, minus 2 month, in charge administratively to ADMINISTRATE, and suddenly declared a financial crisis looming to match the great Depression. Am I wrong? sid

Sev
04-15-2010, 09:13 PM
Yes and we had 4% unemployment for a great span of it.

As Greenspan pointed out the other day in a congressional hearing, if congress was not pushing for all those loans to people who could not afford them we would not be in the mess caused by Freddie and Fanny.
Barry Frank and his buddies should be sitting next to Madoff.

Funny how the truth start to surface once somebody no longer needs Washington.