http://mobile.bloomberg.com/news/2011-0 … -week.html
Over 400k and this even though Verizon workers came off their strike. Another indication things are getting worse is the up tick in the 4 week moving average. Obamanomics are destroying this country and next Thursday Obama will go on national TV to tell us he wants to do more of what he's done already. I guarantee yoy he will refer to roads and bridges more than once and admonish congress! Can you stand it???
I am glad others see his bait and switch. While he is blaming congress there is plenty of money for him & family to be shuttled by military jet all over the world in extravagance. Serving the people isn't supposed to mean on a silver platter with an apple in our mouth was it?
But a few less thanks to the block on the T-Mobile/AT&T merger,eh!
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