Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke earlier this week gave his most optimistic prediction yet about the end of the recession. He said he expects the economy to start growing again this year — though the comeback could be weak and more jobs will disappear even after a recovery takes hold.
A burst of hiring by the federal government to prepare for the 2010 Census played a big role in the April improvement. Smaller payrolls cuts at construction companies, factories, retailers and financial services also factored in.
Before the fall of this year, the Census Bureau expects to have hired 1.4 million workers.
According to Stephen Buckner (the census bureau spokesman) in order to assist in the effort to get the word out that they have jobs, it is helpful to call upon any group that has a grassroots organization. “These groups also include TARGET and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and more than 250 national partners. “In order to get the word out”.
I got an idea, you bureaucratic blowhard, how about putting the word out through media, employment agencies, etc. instead of trusting these corrupt, self-serving, radical groups to do the right thing.
I don’t believe, for one moment, that they won’t use their political agenda to rig the results. Lest we forget those pesky “fraudulent voter registrations” and the brother of ACORN’s Chief who embezzled nearly a million dollars of the organizations tax payers money.
The brother, Dale Rathke, embezzled nearly $1 million from Acorn and affiliated charitable organizations in 1999 and 2000, Acorn officials said, but a small group of executives decided to keep the information from almost all of the group’s board members and not to alert law enforcement.
The U.S. Census is supposed to be free of politics. Acorn is just one of many organization that purloins billions of our tax dollars to fund their organization and it is no secret that they are extremely radical with their views and actions and affiliated with the Democratic Party.
“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.”–John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, 1st Baron Acton (10 January 1834 – 19 June 1902)