So that's why everyone's joking about ATMs today.
...Ok. If it was a joke... Um, not amusing. (Dear Sir: Making jokes about the lack of jobs and the general craptastic-ness of the economy is probably not a good idea, at this point in time.) If he was serious, what does he propose we do about the scourge of the job-thieving ATM? Should we do away with everything that performs a service that once could only have been fulfilled by a person? What's next? Vending machines? Automated car washes? Oh, I bet those "self-checkout" things in grocery stores are high up on the list, too.
Anyway, the ATM has been around for quite a while, so I would imagine that most ATM-related job casualties also came some time ago. I certainly hope he's not suggesting that the Rise of the ATM has anything (meaningful) to do with the current abysmal employment stats. (That would just be dumb.)