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CohibaMan Member Level  Saturday, 03/10/12 10:19:00 AM
Re: stuffit post# 449867
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You know, I wanted to comment earlier on the 'in the tank' news reports I saw on the unemployment numbers released on Thursday. Every week for the past few weeks, when the numbers were LOWER than expected, all the news was "This is GOOD news! Economy getting better!" Meanwhile, everyone new it was BS, that the unemployment percentage was going DOWN because people were giving up looking for work.

WEll, just a few days ago, the unemployment numbers were HIGHER than expected, and what does the news post "Higher unemployment number is GOOD NEWS! Economy improving!"

Simply vomit inducing.

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