Great news for the 146,000 who found work

RegularGuy504 | Dec 7, 2012 08:56 AM ET The jobs are there. The president cannot be blamed if a select few do not feel the need to actually go an get them. <3 how the U6 numbers mean something now when they never used them under Clinton, Reagan, or Bush to criticize the President. Republicans mad like always that their fail trickle down economics is proving to not work. If you want to see jobs really increase tell House Republicans to get with the program.

BernankeBen | Dec 7, 2012 08:56 AM ET This has nothing to do with partisan politics ‚€“ Washington has sold that to America‚€™s sheep who believe the sideshow as the coffers are looted. We not change not lies and status quo ‚€“ The Debt is a Ponzi scheme and Americans are being played. The US is becoming the biggest banana republic on the planet ‚€“ a massive stock collapse is coming and the currency debasement, money printing and false accounting will eventually tip markets over the edge ‚€“ ask your selves this. The world is in a global depression and the Europe Ponzi scheme will hit the wall soon ‚€“ why should global equities markets be near historic highs? Who can spell bubble? What is the FEDs exit plan with the massive speculative bond positions? Hint: IT HAS NONE ‚€“ a guarantee to

TexasFreedom | Dec 7, 2012 08:58 AM ET This has gone way past the point of absurdity and is now pure propaganda. What brain-dead fool could possibly think the unemployment rate in this country is 7.7% . . . ?

troykane | Dec 7, 2012 08:58 AM ET If we keep eliminating the banking and office jobs and replace them with the service and retail jobs, there is going to be a redistribution of wealth and a lowering of many people`s quality of life. I would not call 50K retail jobs for the holidays great news. They go away as fast as they show up.

Liberal77 | Dec 7, 2012 09:00 AM ET I can see the republicans and teabaggers alike still havent learned from there election results keep going the way you are. YOu will be a minority for a complete generation.

hopeNchange | Dec 7, 2012 09:01 AM ET 350,000 dropped out of the labor force. McDonald`s, Marriott and Macy`s are doing seasonal hiring. Nothing to see here..

freedomcrushers | Dec 7, 2012 09:02 AM ET The republicans are like the adult trying to take the credit card away from a bunch of out of control teenagers. Obviously this is not going to make them happy.

AmerikaDeKlein | Dec 7, 2012 09:03 AM ET THE REAL HEADLINE...(NOT TO BE SEEN): "The labor force participation rate, already around 30-year lows, fell further in the month to 63.6 percent." Use that figure when discussing the economy being mis managed by Obama and his cronies.

CasuallyObserving | Dec 7, 2012 09:05 AM ET Great news for the 146,000 who found work. Not so great news for the 540,000 who dropped out.

Founders1791 | Dec 7, 2012 09:08 AM ET Half a Million just up and walked away towards the public dole and Obama lemmings posting here continue their delusional belief that somehow this is ...good news? IT IS AN UNMITIGATED DISASTER - Obama Kool-Aid






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