Friday, October 19, 2012

They Will Cheat with All Their Heart

It's that simple.  They will cheat.  Every single media outlet championed the unemployment numbers following the first debate because they dipped below 8%.  In addition to removing more workers from the workforce to effect the %, they did something else.  It trickled out that a big state within the republic failed to report their unemployment numbers.  The media outlets either let that material fact out of their reporting, or glossed it over as an afterthought.  What they concentrated on, and rammed through, was that the unemployment numbers dipped below 8%.

Marty Morgenstern, the secretary of the California agency that substantially under-reported unemployment claims last week, contributed to President Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential election campaign, The Daily Caller has learned.
On Oct. 11, the federal government reported that weekly jobless claims were down significantly, suggesting a dramatic national increase in economic growth and a steep decline in layoffs.  Jobless claims, according to the Labor Department, had fallen by 30,000 to 339,000, their lowest level since February 2008.
An Obama campaign contributor just happened to let a signficant number of unemployed out of the report after Obama got trounced in the first debate.  They will cheat...and the media will look no further.

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