"The drop in the unemployment rate in September -- from 8.1% to 7.8% -- should not have been a gigantic surprise.As we reported before, the number is consistent with a lot of other September datapoints, including monthly auto sales, which came out earlier this week, and were at the highest level since the crisis, at nearly a 15 million annualized adjusted rate.And as you can see from this chart, there is a LONG history of the unemployment rate (red line) moving in tandem with car sales."http://www.businessinsider.com/chart-of-the-day-car-sales-vs...Obama paid off tens of thousands of Americans to buy cars as a part of a secret scheme to lower the unemployment rate. No matter what your political affiliation, you have to stand in awe at such power!
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