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U.S. Unadjusted Unemployment Shoots Back Up

Via gallup.com/home.aspx » Submitted On Thu, 12/06/2012 - 11:01am by Jeff

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. unemployment, as measured by Gallup without seasonal adjustment, was 7.8% for the month of November, up significantly from 7.0% for October. Gallup's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is 8.3%, nearly a one-point increase over October's rate.

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Where was Gallup before the election? I expected the Obama Administration to lie about unemployment, but where was Gallup with the facts? I didn't need validation of my instincts, but the village idiot voter (the majority) could have used some direction.

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Anybody remember the ministry of truth? Reread 1984 for free!

The Complete Works of George-Orwell    

http://www.george-orwell.org/1984/index....

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well duh... like it ever was the bogus number they said it was. Try 15%...

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No country in the history of the WORLD has ever spent itself into prosperity. NEVER!

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Oh please these numbers have been a fraud since the kenyan took office. anyone with a brain can figure out that the real unemployment numbers are 18-20%. We are all sheep headed for the slaughter.

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Damn right!

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The unempolyment rate did not "shoot" back up bc in never went down! It was an election ploy by the obama admin to fix the numbers to make himself and his failed polices look better. The bad thing is it fooled enough people to win the office again.

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Yeah, and to an extent I can't blame them. Not so much from media (though that was still a factor) but in Romney just tried to do things that wouldn't get him anywhere in the long run.

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