|Yes, I have this much brain and I need to retire and shut-up, my biases are showing.|
Jack Welch joins Donald Trump in communication akin to wallowing in Trump's birther 'pig-pen'. After the meager .3% drop in the employment rate, the previous credible (yet conservative) Welch blew a gasket unequaled in US politics. US history does not include a comparable example of "elderly anger" as exhibited by the obviously biased Welch.
Since you know the story of Jack Welch's irrational reaction to the September unemployment report I will move to today's episode of Jack Welch and the September unemployment numbers.
The Huffington Post | By Harry Bradford
Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch isn’t about to admit he’s wrong to be skeptical about September’s unemployment numbers. But he will confess his punctuation needs work.Last week, Welch wrote a tweet so controversial that it overshadowed all the U.S. jobs created in an entire month. The tweet, which implied the Labor Department's September jobs report had been manipulated to reflect a lower unemployment rate, read:
Unbelievable jobs numbers..these Chicago guys will do anything..can't debate so change numbers
Now, in a Welch doubles down on his skepticism, calling the recent unemployment rate dropoff “implausible." What he will admit, however, is that the exact wording could have been clearer. op-ed, entitled "Jack Welch: I Was Right About That Strange Jobs Report,"“If I could write that tweet again, I would have added a few question marks at the end,” Welch writes, so as to “make it clear I was raising a question.”