The less likely you’ll be in. At least in Georgia.
Behold the depressing details in the AJC.
The writer, who no doubt has seen colleagues and friends disappear from a newspaper with a proud history, gets a quick jab at Congress (get in line) noting members “left town without extending benefits to the nation’s 15 million unemployed.”
It hasn’t been this bad since WWII, though Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks haven’t started a shooting an epic HBO series on “The Jobless Aftermath.” Yet. Georgia’s unemployment records only go back to 1976, when a certain local peanut farmer won the Presidency, and Karl Rove was but a young lad figuring out how he could blame the newly elected, but not yet inaugurated Georgia Governor for his epic fail.