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We have seen only 25% of what is to come .....! Wake up all you ungodly people !!!! Wake up America ......!
Thank you OBAMACARE..........................! and people stil thinkj the Democrats are for the Working People. ....
Wait for it. Unemployment will drop again.
If you know how that % is calculated you will know it means nothing. These 50,000 will only be counted if by pure chance any of them live in the already selected same households they sue every month. If not, then they will not be counted.
They basically ask:
Are you out work and looking for work? If yes, you are unemployed.
Are you out of work and not looking or gave up looking for work? If yes, you are NOT unemployed
So when the % drops it could just be more unemployed people just gave up and not that they got jobs.
Americans better open their eyes, minds and pocketbooks to realize that 95% of us don't have COST OF LIVING JOBS! Therefore, being able to shop is becoming a luxury! The best Americans will be able to do, HOPEFULLY, pay rent/mortgage, buy food, and purchase necessities! There will come a day, when many household will have to eliminate cell phones, cable TV, items considered WANTS, not needs!
More importantly, I PRAY we see the day when we can ELIMINATE the LIFETIME Healthcare, Pensions and Perks, many Representatives in Washington receive for SCREWING the American People out of their JOBS and WAY OF LIFE! If the American People must suffer, these representatives heads should be on the CHOPPING BLOCK too, and they loose what they have CAUSED the American People to loose!
President Clinton should be at the top of the list for FORCING through the NAFTA Bill, giving the Republicans the GREEN LIGHT to OFF SHORE our Cost of Living Jobs, and all those Congress and Senate Representatives whom APPROVED that Bill! NO WAY should these individuals live very comfortably, when they have CAUSED the suffering of so many American People!
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