Skip to comments.Fmr. RNC Economist: Economy Isn't Good - CNN Crossfire Video
Posted on 12/07/2013 7:05:45 AM PST by Son House
Nancy Pfotenhauser, David Madland, S.E. Cupp & Jennifer Granholm debate the latest job numbers.
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After the final Democrat interruption, the Republican host says, "I can answer that,
House Republicans have 40 jobs creation bills that are stalled in the Senate", go figure.
41% of Net New Jobs in November Were in Government
At the same time, the unemployment rate for government workers fell from 4.4 percent in October to 3.2 percent in November. (The overall national unemployment rate fell from 7.3 percent to 7.0 percent.)
Another observation: Democrats use the Unemployment Number to make their talking points seem valid. It was easy to spot that trend, as we know the Unemployment Number comes from their bias, the big picture:
Gallup has the “Underemployment Rate” aka, the true Unemployment Rate at 17.4%
Surprised to find this on CNN. The first part is just as interesting. The Democrats laid out the same old lame excuses as “increase the minimum wage” (how does that help create jobs) and “the sequestation is hurting the economy” (um...wasn’t that the Democrats idea). The Republican Economist really nailed it with there is just not enough jobs for those coming out of college. This “job recovery” is bogus nonsense.
And shouldn’t the Federal Reserve stop putting $85 billion a month into bond purchases if the Economy is improving?
(or another real measure of the current damage Democrats do to the economy while they are in power)
Not good at all. They can spin the numbers all they want, but we're in big trouble. They can't keep printing fake money to cover it up forever.
Lets hope the cream comes to the top before the end of obummers term. People need to understand who did this to them and for what purpose.
They think the unemployment numbers were fudged the other day and we are heading for a rude awakening before the end of 2014.
They are already noting the spin coming from democrats who are trying to protect their seats without abandoning Obama altogether.
And there's no need to extend unemployment insurance again. According to the administration, things are booming now.
This is all about diverting from ObamaCare. January 1 is going to be a real barn burner.
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