Dem's Boasting Over The 4 Million New Jobs,But Where?,Blue States Or Red States?

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    What you probably wont hear from Obama and his thugs are where these 4 million jobs were created. We already know that a chunk of the new jobs are government jobs being paid for on a credit card. Are 100's of thousands of the new jobs being created in California,Illinos,New York,Michigan and the other blue states?:eusa_think:

    Will Obama ever brag about how many of the new jobs are being created in Texas,Florida,The Carolinas,North Dakota and a number of other red&purple states?:eusa_snooty:

    And the Dem's&Libs are making such a big deal over 4 million jobs created,but what about the other 15 to 20 million Americans who still can't find jobs? {or working part time}
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    The jobs which are being created are where Libtards were tossed from office or never had control.

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    Let me tell ya something.. if they had created 4 million jobs the unemployment rate wouldn't be 8.1%.
     
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    There are only 4 million new jobs because democrats said so. They could easily have said 12 million or 50 million. It would be equally as true.
     
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    So....NOW the GOP faithful are going to bitch about WHERE the jobs are being created?
     
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    You can't be that fucking stupid.


    Well, wait.


    Yes. You can.
     
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    now keep in mind, its Obama's enemy Governors who are creating a bulk of the new jobs,,,if it wasnt for Rick Perry and Rick Scott, the unemployment would be closer to 15%.
     
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    Alternate Unemployment Charts

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    The U-3 unemployment rate is the monthly headline number. The U-6 unemployment rate is the Bureau of Labor StatisticsÂ’ (BLS) broadest unemployment measure, including short-term discouraged and other marginally-attached workers as well as those forced to work part-time because they cannot find full-time employment.

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    Isn't that what the Governors SHOULD be doing?
     
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    At first glance, the latest jobs report for the month of April shows some promising signs: 115,000 jobs created and a lower official unemployment rate, albeit only by one-tenth of a percent. Unfortunately, things are not always what they seem and, in this instance, a closer look reveals something much different. Overshadowing AprilÂ’s small job growth is the overwhelming number of Americans who have given up looking for work and dropped out of the labor force altogether. According to the numbers, 522,000 people simply gave up their job searches. Some grew tired and frustrated. Others perhaps decided to return to school or start retraining, in hope of following a new career path. No matter the reason, they are unemployed and therefore should be counted along with every other person without a job.

    Not so. Instead, the official unemployment rate treats this subset of Americans, totaling as many as 88 million people, as if they just vanished.

    Call it what is, an accounting gimmick intended to make the unemployment rate appear lower by purposely ignoring millions of Americans who should otherwise be listed as unemployed. Compared to the official unemployment rate of 8.1 percent, the civilian labor-participation rate now registers at 63.6 percent, its smallest size since the 1980s.

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