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Published: Friday, March 8 2013 9:45 a.m. MST

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Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

Searching within the article for any hint of the participation rate...searching for all those people who are no longer even reflected in the unemployment rate...searching for the real number...searching for the forgotten man who never came back after losing his job in 2008...searching for information on the college grads pouring coffee for a living...searching....searching...

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Why work when there are so many financial incentives from Obama and the demoborrower not to work? Food stamp recipients are at record highs, unemployment checks for record lengths of time and amounts, free health care, free housing subsidies, free phones, free birth control, free abortions! Is Obama great or what?

airnaut
Everett, 00

Hooray for America!

[next - cue all the, 'we hate everything Obama, so we hope and pray America fails miserably so we can keep having something to complain about and blame him for.'

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

@airnaut
Actually, we'd like to believe there is a recovery. We're just tired of the spin. It gives us nausea. A linchpin of freedom is a free press that is independent of what the government wants it to report. We are drifting away from that core freedom when news sources paint a rosy face on information from a party they embrace.

HS Fan
Salt Lake City, UT

The Romney recovery has just started to take hold.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

still not as low as when BO took over, despite $6 trillion in new debt.

Say No to BO

participation rate: 63.5% DOWN from 63.6 for Nov - Jan and down from 63.8% in October. In other words, the participation rate has DECREASED since BO was re-elected. No real surprise.

nothing on the under-employed, either

xscribe
Colorado Springs, CO

Mountanman: So have you jumped on that "free stuff" bandwagon and quit your job yet, like you said you were going to?

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