Initial claims soar to 439K, non-seasonally adjusted surge by whopping 104,548 in one week. Well, it’s all Bush’s the tsunami Arab Spring raaaaacism do-nothing congress the filmmaker’s the earthquake’s fat cats’ Sandy’s fault.

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Navyvet2 November 15, 2012 at 8:30 am

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Oh and just a few days before the rigged election, everything was just peachy. The media proclaiming that their god had miraculously solved the unemployment problem simply by enacting more government rules on business and higher fees and taxes. “See! He is a genius.”
Well I’m not the sharpest stick in the pile but I for one stated loud and clear that I was willing to bet that a week after the election the jobless rate would “unexpectedly” soar. Duh!
Tar and feather the Obamedia for taking advantage, once again, of the terminally stupid.

tincan53 November 15, 2012 at 8:46 am

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By the way this administration figures the unemployment rate, it must have dropped from 7.9% yesterday to 7.5% today. Lets see how long it takes before they give us THAT rate.

MGAP November 15, 2012 at 10:11 am

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No surprise to see the numbers jump after the election. Everyone knew they were rigged. Sandy’s fault? You’d think there are now thousands of opportunities for anyone willing to work and repair storm damage. Ooops, I see the flaw in my logic now….it’s called work.

Jim Stewart November 15, 2012 at 10:15 am

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What about the headwinds from Europe?

whiskeyriver November 15, 2012 at 10:17 am

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Of course the unemployment numbers jumped up after Sandy. It’s kind of hard to work in a building that is no longer there so the people have to do something for a little income. Problem is, they are going to be stuck in the gooberment trough for a long time to come and the Obummer know it. Why do you think he is already pushing for the fools in Congress to extend the welfare, oops excuse me, unemployment benefits.

charpaddy November 15, 2012 at 10:42 am

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Come on, people. We know whose fault the high employment rate is. It is Bush’s fault. Let’s get the narrative correct. It will ALWAYS be Bush’s fault for this totally out of his depth not that he gives a crap POTUS. Talk about a lack of class and character. But hey, apparently that is the new normal.

Bush will be blamed for every single thing that this incompetent administration does (which is EVERYTHING). I am wondering how they are going to be able to blame him for Benghazi, but I am sure they will figure out a way.

May the media in this country (present company excepted) rot in Hades. They are traitors and scum. I spit on you all.

KimmyQueen November 15, 2012 at 2:11 pm

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Bush shall die one day and the New York Times (et al) will say “George W. Bush, who was at fault for… died this morning. Thank goodness because it was his fault that… and as we all know he left a mess that our geat lord Obama inherited that even with his magnanimous powers of awesomeness he couldn’t handle.”

sa_rose November 15, 2012 at 10:55 pm

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Plus a supermajoity in COngress. But they couldn’t pass anything because Bush via te Republicans in the House and Senate voted everything down. I am not exactly clear on how that works with the supermajority and all, but there it is.

Progressive Hemrrhoid November 15, 2012 at 6:02 pm

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Not to worry, any rise in the U-3 unemployment rate will be offset by the number of people who are no longer eligible to receive benefits and have left the labor force.
Just have to love political magic.

sa_rose November 15, 2012 at 10:56 pm

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And the accused Bush of “fuzzy math.”

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