Skip to comments.GALLUP: UNEMPLOYMENT 9.1%
Posted on 03/08/2012 12:47:33 PM PST by RobinMasters
PRINCETON, NJ -- U.S. unemployment, as measured by Gallup without seasonal adjustment, increased to 9.1% in February from 8.6% in January and 8.5% in December.
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The economy is worse than Obama was told.
Tomorrow in MSM:
“The pace of President Obama’s continued economic recovery slowed very slightly last month but experts expect a continued robust upswing in the months ahead.
Oh, and Rush Limbaugh is a poopie-head”
Who saw that comin'!!!??? </sarcasm>
Anyway to get the 4 year chart on that data?
Shouldn’t the TRUE unemployment be reading around 21% or so?
Dear Reader got all wee wee'd up and then found out that the 8 was a 9.
LOL, I think. Bleepin media.
I wouldn’t be suprised if the number that comes out tomorrow is 7.5%
imagine , just imagine if we had a republican on the white house the MSM would be telling the real figures for this and how many have left the work force etc but alas the MSM does what the MSM always does and that is cover for their messiah and then have the left wing operatives out on the TV saying there is no bias much like saying there are no double standards when women on the right are put down by the left.
WI has a rate of 6.9% and absolutely zero of the jobs here are due to oil boom employment...I bet if he asked Scott Walker nicely, he’d tell him how to do it...
Isn’t this the nightmare that we all thought would never happen in our lifetime? :(
Cooking the books not well done enough.
Bush snuck back in and did it again.... damn he must be a racist too.
I doubt it... they'll save that for October 2012.
A government in bed with demo'rats that has complete free rein over the total number in the job force, and varies that number from month to month, can literally dictate that the unemployment rate be A% in March, B% in April, and then be Z% in October.
Boy that G.W. Bush sure is powerful. He is still raising the unemployment rate after Obama has been in office over 3 years now. And even after Obama has spent 5 trillion in deficit spending to stimulate the economy.
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