Don't be fooled by the glowing jobs report today, says CNBC's Larry Kudlow. Yes, payrolls rose by 163K in July, but the devil's in the details. For one, the small-business household survey dropped 195,000. That’s what drove the unemployment rate up to 8.3%. Add the labor force shrinking by 150K, the participation rate slipping to 63.7% and the overall U-6 discouraged-workers unemployment rate increasing to 15%, and that pretty much cancels out any better-than-expected rise.