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Propaganda? -- US Weekly Jobless Claim 339,000 Down 30,000 From Last Week - 1 Large State missing from report



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The left has always been very good at propaganda. More proof is not always needed.
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I have 2 neighbors who work in the aerospace, hi tech manufacturing fields.
One runs a mid size high precision machining/assembly company. The other sells machine tools.

Both told me the same thing in the last few days. That as of mid-July, after a decent first six months, their business dropped off the cliff like a switch was turned off.

The one who runs the company said all his connections in the DOD told him, "Mike, if Obama is re-elected we will have NO MORE WORK FOR YOU"

Mind you a large portion of their work comes from military and medical devices.

The other said, ALL his clients are doing nothing until they see the election results.

THEY ARE PETRIFIED OF A 2ND TERM.
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And once again, more twisting of the truth by FAUX news ...

The labor department themselves stated a large state under-reported

Quote:Much of the drop last week was caused by an anomaly, a Labor Department analyst told CNNMoney. One state posted a large decline in claims, which is not typical during the last week in September.

The drop probably occurred because that state didn't fully process end-of-quarter claims, the Labor Department analyst said. If that's the case, it's possible initial claims could shoot back up next week, once those claims are processed.

http://money.cnn.com/2012/10/11/news/eco...?iid=HP_LN

So the labor department says something is fishy with one states reporting and FAUX news turns it into 'A mysterious state didn't report - it's a conspiracy'

What a load of crap
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dc dalton;22387 Wrote:And once again, more twisting of the truth by FAUX news ...

The labor department themselves stated a large state under-reported

Quote:Much of the drop last week was caused by an anomaly, a Labor Department analyst told CNNMoney. One state posted a large decline in claims, which is not typical during the last week in September.

The drop probably occurred because that state didn't fully process end-of-quarter claims, the Labor Department analyst said. If that's the case, it's possible initial claims could shoot back up next week, once those claims are processed.

http://money.cnn.com/2012/10/11/news/eco...?iid=HP_LN

So the labor department says something is fishy with one states reporting and FAUX news turns it into 'A mysterious state didn't report - it's a conspiracy'

What a load of crap

A labor dept spokesperson says something to CNN? Did they talk to Fox? If they did, then you're right, if they didn't then maybe they, meaning this administration, is back to talking only to the news media that supports them 1000%. Unless you know something that the rest of us don't I have to wonder why you're jumping on Fox.
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The gov't shouldn't be releasing data for 49 states and calling it an UE report. Period.

That is the load of crap.

Wait til we see all the revisions on these bullshit reports in the coming weeks. You KNOW that these numbers are nonsense.
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Valorius;22416 Wrote:The gov't shouldn't be relasing data for 49 states and calling it an AE report.

That is the load of crap.

Wait til we see all the revisions on these bullshit reports in the coming weeks. You KNOW that these numbers are nonsense.

^^^ What he said! If I were to release a report to one of the groups of my company with incomplete data I would be in search of a new position, and that isn't even talking about a report for public consumption. This administration is trying like hell to play games with the numbers running up to the election. Fortunately more and more people are questioning them on it.
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waeb in allentown did an on-line survey on last weeks report that dropped the ue rate ....97% said they thought it was manipulated
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http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/...Government

More 'Fudged' Employment Numbers from Government?

by Joel B. Pollak 11 Oct 2012, 6:35 AM PDT 50 post a comment
The mainstream media are ecstatic; National Public Radio proclaimed the headline breathlessly this morning: jobless claims are at their lowest levels in four years! New claims fell by an astonishing 30,000 in one week! It's an unbelievable improvement in the national job market--"unbelievable" being the key word.

The problem, as Zero Hedge notes--and as even the Labor Department admits--the numbers are incomplete: "one large state didn't report some quarterly figures." Conveniently, the drop means that new jobless claims are at the lowest levels since Jan. 2008. Back to where we started, right? Just like in the overall job market, where the Bureau of Labor Statistics "found" 400,000 jobs last month to put President Barack Obama at net zero.

There is nothing happening in the broader economy--which is slumping towards an anemic 1% growth rate--to justify the "new" jobs picture that the government has presented in the past few weeks. Nothing except the addition of new government workers to state and federal payrolls in spite of extreme debt and scarcity, nothing except the expiration of federal unemployment benefits that may have spurred thousands to take part-time jobs.

There is also a long history to revising the jobs numbers. Again, as Zero Hedge points out, news headlines have dramatically over-reported the drop in jobless claims, while subsequent revisions have put the drop slightly below zero (see graph above, where the red line is the actual, post-revision change in job claims, and the blue line is the change as initially reported by the media). In other words, while the reality is a slow recovery, the media over-report bits of good news to create the false impression of a dramatic rebound. No wonder Democrats--who are more trusting of the mainstream media--also tend to believe that the economy is far stronger than it actually is.

A true dramatic improvement in the economy would be something for all to celebrate. But just as polling data have become more politicized than ever--with one major polling outlet apparently shifting its samples under legal and political pressure from the Obama administration--so, too, have economic data. An administration prepared to set aside federal law to prevent workers from receiving timely layoff notices, one that is prepared to lie for weeks about a deadly terrorist attack, is prepared to lie about anything for political gain.
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I find it amazing how, as the election grows closer, things get all warm and fuzzy ..... makes me want to chug a 1/5 of JD and go to sleep for a bit.

Now .... where's the $1.50 gal. gas at?
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