It has oft been said, “Desperate people do desperate things.” The desperation among the spinners in the current administration is such, that it makes those passengers on the Titanic after it hit the iceberg appear to be going out for midnight rowing practice.
Look for more to follow, October is far from over and if Obama truly wants a second term look for absolutely anything to be on the table.
The video’s below show what a complete joke this feeble attempt by the White House really was.
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- The BlazeUnemployment Drops to 7.8% — But Skepticism Abounds
- Unemployment drops to 44-month low to 7.8%
- However, many are questioning the numbers due to “contradictory data points” such as the total employment level soaring but the low net number
- Government says 873K people found work — but reports only 114K new jobs were added
- Former GE CEO alleged fraud, sending a tweet saying “these Chicago guys will do anything”
- Popular finance blog Zero Hedge even called it a “preelection ‘massaging’ farce”
The numbers, however, are perplexing to CNBC, which notes that there are some oddities:
In what will be one of the most influential jobs reports of the election season, unemployment fell from 8.1% to 7.8% in September, dropping below 8 percent for the first time in nearly four years. The private sector added 114,000 new jobs in September.
While another report will be released three days before the election, Friday‘s report is the one that will provide the bulk of material on the campaign trail during the election’s crucial final month.
The report presented a slew of contradictory data points, with the total employment level soaring despite the low net number.
The falling jobless rate had been a function as much of the continued shrinking in the labor force as it was an increase in new positions.
But the government said the total number of jobs employed surged by 873,000, the highest one-month jump in 29 years. The total of unemployed people tumbled by 456,000.