2Bnaked said....That has voters all hot an bothered!!
All is not well. The voice of the people speak LOUD against the established political environment. They want change......
Real Jobs, real wage growth, lower taxes, less big government waste, getting the trillions but back to building AMERICA and not some go no where country....
Obama’s crowing about the alleged success of his economic policies, as evidenced by the 4.9% unemployment rate reported on Friday, is especially annoying. You would think the former community organizer might have noticed that despite the appearance of improvement in the BLS charts, prosperity does not seem to be trickling down.
Food stamp participation rates are still the highest in history, and bear no resemblance to where these ratios stood during earlier periods of so-called full employment. Essentially, 4.9% unemployment can’t be true in a setting where the food stamp participation rate is nearly 15%.
Notice he did not mention the "good jobs" aspect of the usual Washington blather about employment. That's because there has been no recovery in the number of full-time, full-pay jobs since the pre-crisis peak.
On the margin, the U.S. economy swapped-out 1.4 million manufacturing jobs for only a slightly higher number of waiters and bartenders. Never mind the fact that the average manufacturing job pays $55,000 annually compared to less than $20,000 for gigs in restaurants and bars.