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Offline CC27

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today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« on: October 04, 2019, 07:52:53 AM »
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today's jobs numbers- are we gonna

 
believe mike mulvaney's numbers?

black and hispanic unemployment at "survey lows". hmmm.
sounds so trumpian. lowest numbers ever!!!

w a manufacturing slump in progress and jobs are steady?

hmmmm.

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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2019, 08:26:53 AM »
 If it’s not true, then black and Hispanic communities will have taken notice.  However, if it is true, then normal people should be happy about the situation. Then again, you primitives are not normal.

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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2019, 09:01:44 AM »
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today's jobs numbers- are we gonna

 
believe mike mulvaney's numbers?

black and hispanic unemployment at "survey lows". hmmm.
sounds so trumpian. lowest numbers ever!!!

Don't ask your fellow morons at the DUmp.  Ask the people who are no longer unemployed.
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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #3 on: October 04, 2019, 09:05:04 AM »
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mopinko (53,992 posts)

today's jobs numbers- are we gonna

believe mike mulvaney's numbers?

black and hispanic unemployment at "survey lows". hmmm.
sounds so trumpian. lowest numbers ever!!!

My DU-Speak decoder just got calibrated, so it says that mo-mo's post means the job numbers were much "worse" than she and other DUpipo hoped for.
Facts don't matter to DUpipo

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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #4 on: October 04, 2019, 10:09:35 AM »
My DU-Speak decoder just got calibrated, so it says that mo-mo's post means the job numbers were much "worse" than she and other DUpipo hoped for.
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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #5 on: October 04, 2019, 11:21:51 AM »
Heard during my commute that ~130K new jobs were added, and unemployment dropped to 3.5%. 130K would have been terrible during the Obama Stagnancy, but in the context of 3.5% UE, it's probably fairly good. Back when I took Macroeconomics in college it was taught that 4%-5% UE was basically full employment, due to ordinary life stuff happening in the workforce. 3.5% UE is below that and means that employers are taking on marginal workers and working around their issues and limitations. It also means that many blacks and Hispanics who statistically have been disadvantaged where work (= union) rules placed priority on seniority are accumulating the necessary seniority to keep their jobs when an economic slowdown comes. IOW, Trump is not only benefiting blacks and Hispanics right now, but the beneficial effects of his Presidency in those communities are likely to be persistent.
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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #6 on: October 04, 2019, 12:45:18 PM »
Yet you gargled down "Jobs Saved or Created" like a gas station fluffer under Preezy Shit Midas you stupid ****.
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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #7 on: October 04, 2019, 02:31:18 PM »
Yet you gargled down "Jobs Saved or Created" like a gas station fluffer under Preezy Shit Midas you stupid ****.

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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #8 on: October 04, 2019, 07:06:06 PM »
Heard during my commute that ~130K new jobs were added, and unemployment dropped to 3.5%. 130K would have been terrible during the Obama Stagnancy, but in the context of 3.5% UE, it's probably fairly good. Back when I took Macroeconomics in college it was taught that 4%-5% UE was basically full employment, due to ordinary life stuff happening in the workforce. 3.5% UE is below that and means that employers are taking on marginal workers and working around their issues and limitations. It also means that many blacks and Hispanics who statistically have been disadvantaged where work (= union) rules placed priority on seniority are accumulating the necessary seniority to keep their jobs when an economic slowdown comes. IOW, Trump is not only benefiting blacks and Hispanics right now, but the beneficial effects of his Presidency in those communities are likely to be persistent.

What SVPete said.  I get tickled at all the libs (and fact checkers!) that scream about obamas job creation numbers, Bush job creation numbers, Trump job creation numbers and swear that shit is worse under the GOP, etc.

How do you talk to people like that?  People so ignorant that.... well end up at the dump.  Blinded by partisan hatred. Refuse to look at the facts.

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Re: today's jobs numbers- are we gonna. mopinko
« Reply #9 on: October 06, 2019, 01:36:41 PM »
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What SVPete said.  I get tickled at all the libs (and fact checkers!) that scream about obamas job creation numbers, Bush job creation numbers, Trump job creation numbers and swear that shit is worse under the GOP, etc.

These same "people" will still come up with bogus "proof" that Reagan made things worse.
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