Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Doesn't add up - Ricochet: "That September jobs report was weirder than you know."

Update - WashPost: "Drop in openings signals limited U.S. job growth."


Nigel Tufnel said...

That weird feeling you have is called "cognitive dissonance".

The "analysis" to which you linked makes you feel better. This is called "dissonance reduction".

This may not be helpful:

The numbers peaked in October of 2009 and have been trending downward ever since.

When they were higher they were irrefutable evidence that Obama was the worst President ever. Now that they are lower they are just weird, man.

Anonymous said...

Any sign of recovery in an election year, however tepid and unimpressive, is obviously a Chicago-style scam!

Also, why do liberals root for America to fail?

Anonymous said...

I can't but wonder what old Nigel is going to do with himself after Romney wins this election. I suspect he'll take his 'insight' to one of those 'let's complain and despair ourselves into oblivion' sites.

Roger Bournival said...

Ask and you shall receive, Nigel...