Friday, January 10, 2014

What Does 92 Million Unemployed
NOT Seeking Work Look Like?

"Happy New Year"

Let's do some simple arithmetic. 
Add the entire 2012 populations of each of these 20 states:

California (38,041,430) plus
Oregon (3,899,353) plus
Washington (6,897,012) plus
Arizona (6,553,255) plus
Nevada (2,758,931) plus
Utah (2,855,287) plus
Idaho (1,595,728) plus
Montana (1,005,141) plus
New Mexico (2,085,538) plus
Colorado (5,187,582) plus
Wyoming (576,412) plus
North Dakota (699,628) plus
South Dakota (833,354) plus
Nebraska (1,855,525) plus
Kansas (2,885,905) plus
Hawaii (1,392,313) plus
Alaska (731,449) plus
Oklahoma (3,814,820) plus
Minnesota (5,379,139) plus
Louisiana (4,601,893)

Equals 92,816,341.

OR THE 92 MILLION CITIZENS WHO HAVE GIVEN UP ON TRYING TO FIND A JOB IN 2013 ZEROBAMA'S AMERICA.

We now have 92 million Americans not working.  We created the equivalent of 1,700 jobs per state in December.  One of the highest employment months of the year.  December's hiring traditionally is so good that the experts in the Drive-By Media were expecting 196,000 jobs to be created or begun, recorded in December, and the number came in at 74,000 jobs.  So 74,000 jobs, and half of these jobs are part time, meaning under 30 hours. 
-- Rush Limbaugh



2 comments:

McGehee said...

And Wall Street wants to legalize millions of illegals to fill whatever jobs do get created, whenever that happens.

The Local Malcontent said...

millions of illegals either taking jobs, receiving unemployment bennies, or becoming the slave caste which Democrats are needing as their newest constituency.

Why can't we seal off that Southern border again???