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Published: Friday, Oct. 5 2012 9:46 a.m. MDT

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Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

And a quote: "The Obama administration is coming under fire for encouraging companies affected by the looming sequestration cuts to hold off issuing layoff notices as required by law, saying the WARN Act doesn't apply in this situation."

How many Americans are unemployed and have given up looking for work?

Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

Now they are saying the books have been cooked on the new unemployment numbers and that the numbers don't add up. If it can be proven that the numbers are bogus, and there is every indication that they are, how will it play with undecided voters?

xscribe
Colorado Springs, CO

I don't know, Rifleman. Why don't you tell us.

By the way, Whose quote are you using? Who is "they"? And what indications are there that the numbers are bogus?

lket
Bluffdale, UT

you are saying that rifleman. you can say anything. romney says he wants new companies to start but most of his money is in other countries banks. when i was growing up we all learned that you put money in the bank and save and then they would loan it for new companies to start up. thus loans made. loans are not being made and one of the reasons is the upper 1% has much of liqiud moneys in other countries to avoid taxes. the loop holes romney is talking about should affect him too. some corporations that make billions in profit pay 0 in taxes because of right offs. oil companies are making record profits and we give the tax money. more people are working because we stopped one of the wars that broke the u.s. in the first place and if we could end the other one things would get better even faster war econemy in modern times only helps the very rich and kills a real econemy. the repaublican party never put in war costs in any budget ever so it was never paid for at all biggest debt of all time by any country ever.

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