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Tracking Unemployment Statistics

By Ed O'Keefe

Amid Friday's new unemployment figures, here's a video refresher on the government tracks the data.

By Ed O'Keefe  | September 4, 2009; 10:30 AM ET
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Obama: Today I heard Bill Moyers publicly say to you "no more Mr. nice guy Mr. President, we need a fighter. Now if a nice, non-confrontational person like Mr. Moyers is telling you to "man up" what do you think you should do. Play the coward who wants everyone to like him and not offend anyone? Trying to please everyone is going to be your route to failure. It always is. Tell those anarchists and rabble rousers who are being paid millions to confuse the American people that in a time when all should be trying to solve the problem that they are being anti-American.. Let them know that this recession was the previous administrations gift to America, not yours. You have the task of trying to fix it and if they do not want to be part of that process then it's their choice. After all this is America. Call a spade a spade and take care of your business. Did anybody interfere with the Bush/Cheney vision of war? No!!! But you want to play all nicey nice with people who are betting on your failure. And if you fail, you fail us. They will only drain America drier than it already is. If you want to be a moderator then that is the office you should've ran for. YOU are the President!!! You walk the walk, and talk the talk and see how fast they get the message. Put America back to work. If you are going to spend money spend it on the American people and to hell with what they say. It will succeed. It has to succeed because we're backed up into a corner and the only way we are going to survive is to come out fighting. And if it doesn't just remember that war in Iraq didn't either. Did your Grandma raise you to be a coward? I didn't think so. Tough times call for tough measures and you better get your act together and measure up to the job at hand.

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