Obama in South Korea, can you imagine what he did when he heard what Bernanke said? So here’s the Fed chairman saying (paraphrased): “Wait a minute, all this so-called good news in the unemployment numbers, we probably can’t keep that up.” Now, there’s a reason for this, according to the way they tabulate the number. If people think economy is improving — and the media is trying to tell ’em it is — and thus they reenter the job market and try to find a job, they then, once again, will resume being counted as unemployed. People who have left the job market and are no longer looking for work are not counted as unemployed. So if those people, or some of them, start looking for work again, they will be counted, and the unemployment number will go back up. Even while there is supposedly economic growth going on. That’s probably what Bernanke’s talking about. It could be worse. Bernanke could be saying that the economy itself is going to slow down, and thus hiring will slow down and whatever. He’s preparing these people for forthcoming bad news on unemployment.

Now, let’s move on to Rick Santorum. Santorum has a campaign ad in which he describes life in America as “Obamaville.”

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