Prediction, Unemployment To Drop To Record Low In Next Two Months

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    With all the company's cutting full time employees to part time and hiring additional part time to cover labor needs and avoid obamacare the unemployment numbers should drop to record lows. According to the government a job is a job, It doesn't matter if it's full time or part time. Welcome to a Fundamentally Changed America. Think of all the new union members, the unions should bake out like bandits with all the employed poor.
     
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    Welcome to the Era of Lowered Expectations. By the way, part-time employment will increase the number of government beneficiaries, thus maintaining a voting majority for the Dems.
     
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    Granny been wonderin' where Uncle Ferd been gettin' his money from...
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    Gov't Doles Out $10.3 Billion in Improper Unemployment Payments – In 1Year
    January 29, 2013 – The Federal-State Unemployment Insurance program paid out $10.3 billion in benefits in 2012 to people who should not have received the money, according to the Department of Labor (DOL).
     
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    They have a "target" of 9.66% for overpayments, why would it not be 0%?
     
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    Yup, unemployment will be a tad lower, which will be cause for celebration. And the government wasted billions, but hey, it's only our hard earned money, no cause for alarm. Meanwhile, we continue giving other countries billions, not to mention fighter jets, tanks and money to the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists.

    What a fucking mess we're in. The government has no clue how to oversee their own damn programs and they hand out money like we're swimming in it.
     

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