With today’s jobs report indicating an increase in unemployment to 8.3%, the Obama campaign is sure to draw attention away from the number 8.3 and instead focus on the number of jobs created, 163,000 the sims 1 kostenlos deutsch.
It will be celebrated as progress, a step in the right direction, and proof that the private sector is doing fine.
Jonathan Collegio of American Crossroads writes:
In short: It is impossible to celebrate 163,000 new jobs as an accomplishment three years into a recovery – unless you have lowered expectations to the point that you do not expect to get folks back to work kostenloser musiker app. Today’s jobs report only exceeds expectations if the president has exceedingly low expectations for America.
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The numbers Obama blasted? 310,000 jobs created, and 5.6% unemployment. Somebody should be making a campaign video right now with those very same words, referring to today’s economic outlook under the President.