Romney and GOP in Panic After Unemployment drops to 7.8%

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    That's funny.....
    Like we're going to panic because of a small drop like this, when we know it's going to be adjusted and right back up there JUST BEFORE THE ELECTIONS.

    No...we're not worried dear. But if it makes you feel better...just keep think it :)
     
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    We know nothing. What we do know is any advantage that Mitt got on Wednesday night has been erased. Back to square one Mittster. The Moderate Mitt did not work. Let's try moving more to the right now.:clap2:
     
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    Oh it's not a "small" drop.

    Big picture is that it is a huge drop. Unemployment was at 10% in October of 2009. That's before the stimulus was implemented and Obama's policies took effect.

    His numbers..in this regard..are better then George W. Bush's.
     
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    They can make up whatever they want. Yippee. He lies about everything else why wouldn't he lie about the employment numbers. Obama had to do something its obvious no one thinks he is Presidential when compared to Romney.
     
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    ahahaahahahaahahaha because of a crappy unemployment number?
     
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    100,000 jobs created. 800,000 more people employed.

    Please explain that.

    Seriously.
     
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    Maybe Obama will "tout" this the next time he's on national television getting his ass handed to him by Romney.
     
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    That "crappy" number was a result of George W. Bush policies..and their administration misrepresenting the gravity of the crisis.

    It's now turned around. And with numbers BETTER then George W. Bush's.
     
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    Great Day for America and the Recovery.
     

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