What a coincidence! At least two economists at the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) are Obama donors!

democrat-logoWhat an amazing coincidence! Two economist who work for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), who managed to fudge the September unemployment numbers just so happen to be significant Obama donors! According to Washington Free Beacon. Harley Frazis  contributed at least $2,000 to Obama and $9,000 to the DNC. Stephen Phillips of Washington, D.C., contributed at least $270 to Obama during the 2012 cycle. What an amazing coincidence huh?

Phillips was responsible for examining the impact of Obamacare on Healthcare North American Industry Classification System indices. Phillips was also assistant coach for a girls’ high school tennis team in 2010.

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  • http://twitter.com/flagramah Flagramah

    OK SO will anyone in the mainstream media report this . Call for a new numbers look into . Hell no . Should the republicans hell yes . Why is anyone working for government allowed to give money in a campaign? The first guy mentioned gave a lot! What is his yearly salary? Does he have not any other causes? Hey Obama just chance your name to Chavez and be done with it .

  • Sulli159

    You can’t exspect much else from then cronies in the Whithouse. It gets worse; (and communist broom Hilda is married to a muslim tax cheat too)
    In June 1996 the Communist Party USA paper People’s Weekly World held a tribute event in Los Angeles for unionists Jerry Acosta and Gil Cedillo.
    The Southern California Friends of the People’s Weekly World tribute to two of Los Angeles’ finest labor leaders, Jerry Acosta and Gilbert Cedillo, became a dynamic rally of elected officials, activists, labor and community leaders in solidarity with labor struggles and in the fight to defeat the ultra-right in November…
    “The People’s Weekly World and all of us in this room feel very strongly about who we honor today,” said Evelina Alarcon, chair of the Southern California District and national secretary of the Communist Party USA, one of the emcees of the tribute. “Jerry Acosta and Gilbert Cedillo represent the new fightback vision of the Sweeney, Trumka, Chavez-Thompson leadership in the AFL-CIO. They represent the rank and file that is pushing from the bottom for that new vision!”
    According to the World, Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon, brother of Communist Evelina Alarcon, spoke on behalf of the council which adopted a resolution honoring Acosta and Cedillo;
    “Gil Cedillo and Jerry Acosta have changed the whole dynamic of what it means to be for the working class and what it means to fight for workers rights. Because of them and other labor leaders, we have seen a resurgence of strength of the least empowered in our country…”
    Presentations to the honorees were also made by Clara James, chair of the Community Affairs Commission of the Second Baptist Church, on behalf of Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Antonio Aguilar, on behalf of State Senator Hilda Solis, California’s first Latina elected to the State Senate, who, along with labor, led the drive to put a minimum wage increase initiative on the ballot…[2]