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6 Responses to “Debunking Jack Welch’s Jobs Data Conspiracy Theory”

  1. Chief Tomahawk says:

    Ahhhh…….. new videos! Been seeing the same ones from late September for a little while…

  2. ilsm says:

    Welch’s “good reputation”??????

  3. thh0lmes says:

    The piece that you are conveniently overlooking is that every number the BLS uses to derive these unemployment numbers is adjusted, seasonally adjusted, inverted, smoothed, etc, etc, etc. None of the data used is the raw data. Now, the president needs a number under 8% and lo and behold, the new number is 7.8%!!
    And if anyone can smell a cooked number, it is Jack Welsh.

  4. yoganmahew says:

    Another in a recent line of rich people wanting to protect their Bush tax cuts (I guess). Like the others, Mr. Welch’s arguments defy gravity. I like earning and keeping the money I earn as much as the next man, but I am a little worried. Does being rich make you stupid? The evidence would appear to show that it does…

  5. VennData says:

    tth,

    ‘…If anyone can smell a cooked number…” So who else’s smell should we be prioritizing over math and statistics? Are they all ‘conservative’ media personalities?

    You sound quite rigorous, I would love to be home-schooled by you.

    Thank you for creating these types of folks GOP Media Machine… and you say you want technological advancement GOP Media Machine?

    Hahahaha.

  6. theexpertisin says:

    Jack Welch in the WSJ today doubled down in his claim.

    He mentioned that Austan Goolsbee, late of the Obama administration, claimed in a 2003 op-ed contained in the NYT that the Bush administration cooked the books on employment numbers.

    Who knows? And if they do know, they aren’t yapping.