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"Suspicion about the federal government's September jobs report has fallen on Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, who appeared on CNBC this morning and defended the numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), claiming--falsely--that upward revisions of 86,000 jobs were from the private sector. In fact, the new number is entirely accounted for by upwards revisions to state and federal government payrolls."

Is it a question of estimates?
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Why would you bother quoting Breitbart?

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I don't believe anything that comes from that POS Breitbart.
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Not sure. Was there something incorrect in the article?
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I find this very interesting:

I'm not going to format this - here's the raw copy. In short, official government information cannot be obtained by us citizens:

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