November 2, 2012

Correction to my previous post: unemployment rate actually DID drop

… among government workers.   Where it’s down to 4.2%.

Which makes sense:  we need more people hired to mind those who increasingly can’t find jobs in a declining private sector, that sector of the economy shrinking because of the growth of government intrusion aided by an ever-growing government sector bureaucracy.  A Catch-22, only intentionally so.  Fundamental transformation takes planning.

Self-sufficiency is a mirage.  The Government is your Daddy.  And Daddy says quit whining and eat your government peas.

For the Greater Good.


Posted by Jeff G. @ 9:48am

Comments (2)

  1. Once we all get government jobs, unemployment will end. Yay!

  2. How do you even measure unemployment among government workers? Once you’re unemployed, you’re no longer a government worker! Doesn’t that assume that someone who worked in government can only ever again work in government? If there is such a thing as mobility between the private and public sectors, then the number of unemployed government workers should be the same as the number of unemployed in general.