Washington Post Erza Klein: People didn’t leave the workforce cause they can’t find work
And here we go with the leftist media spin on the miserable job numbers for August. Over a third of a million people left the workforce in August, or more specifically 368,000. The percentage of participation in the U.S. labor force is now at a 31 year low, a disturbing trend that even the media can’t hide. Yet according to Erza Klein of the Washington Post, people aren’t dropping out of the workforce because they are discouraged and can’t find work. Instead, Klein claims that people are dropping out the workforce to start families, get married, or go back to school or something. Uh yea.
Hey, at least it wasn’t George W. Bush’s fault this time. The pitiful media is such a laughingstock. I think (though not sure) that Erza Klein is the brother of ABC hack Rick Klein who creamed his pants after Bill Clinton’s speech to the DNC. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree in that family.