A Look at the Headlines Tells Us Just How Bad Things are for Obama
The Drive-By Media, the regime ecstatic. “New claims for U.S. jobless benefits fell sharply last week to their lowest level since April although…” There’s always an “although” or a “but.” “although a Labor Department official said government statisticians had problems seasonally adjusting the data.” Well, then why publish the news? “New claims for U.S. jobless benefits fell sharply last week to their lowest level since April although a Labor Department official said government statisticians had problems seasonally adjusting the data.” Every week, every month, every quarter we get government reports that are revised in the next cycle. They’re never accurate, so why publish them? What’s the hurry to put out bad numbers? In this case they think they’re good numbers.
The number of claims is under 400,000, but they don’t know for sure, which they even admit. It doesn’t matter anyway. It’s just to get the number out there because they know that’s all that will be remembered about this. And that’s all we’re going to say about it. Because here’s companion news from a Pew study: “Hispanics Make Up Largest Group of Children in Poverty.” Hispanic children are now the largest group of kids who only have one cell phone, “marking the first time in U.S. history that poor white children are outnumbered by another race or ethnicity.” It’s just not fair.