|Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) in 2010 meets with President Barack Obama.|
Well it seems like the ney sayers will have an opportunity to debate the October jobs numbers.
It seems like House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will have to find some reason to attack the president for 95 million people not working.
Conservatives are fucking stupid. They seem to be fixated on this notion that 95 million people not working. If 95 million people aren't working, then 1/3 of the nation isn't working.
So that means over a third of 320 million Americans are determined to be lazy gubmint leeches right?
Nevermind the incarcerated, the disabled, the retired, the underage, those attending college and the dead. Nevermind those who felt confident to quit their jobs. Nevermind those who were laid off, fired, or temporarily hired for a selective period.
To spread a misleading statement as fact is the reason to why Ben Carson and Donald Trump in the lead. That helped Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) gain momentum.
Anyway, the unemployment drops to 5 percent after it was revealed 271,000 jobs were recorded for the month of October.
This strong jobs report may push Janet Yellen, the Federal Reverse chief to push the interest rate up.
Employment gains in October were broad-based, though manufacturing added no jobs and mining shed 4,000 positions.
Manufacturing has been hit by a strong dollar, efforts by businesses to reduce bloated inventory and spending cuts by energy companies cutting back on well drilling and exploration in response to lower oil prices.
Mining employment has declined by 109,000 since peaking in December 2014. Oilfield services provider Schlumberger last month announced further layoffs in addition to the 20,000 jobs it has already eliminated.
Construction payrolls, however, increased 31,000 last month, the biggest gain since February.
The services sector added 241,000 jobs last month, with large gains in retail, health and leisure. Government payrolls increased 3,000 last month.
It seems like the president and Secretary of State John Kerry will also reject the building of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. TransCanada put a lot of influence in the Congress. They were bidding for lawmakers to support the measure. Many Republicans claim the pipeline will create 30,000 jobs. Many Democrats said that tar sand oil could be dangerous to the environment.
Republican passed a bill supporting the pipeline. The president swiftly vetoed the bill and it died.
The pipeline would cut through a lot of properties. A lot of people have to lose land due to government seizure of land.
What could happen if there's an earthquake and the pipeline is ruptured?
Once the pipeline is completed, how many jobs will it take to work on the pipeline?
The Justin Trudeau effect helped a lot.
Trudeau who won the Canadian national elections to become the next prime minister. He opposes the Keystone XL pipeline.