Here, in bullet points:
1. Poverty existed before the recession.
2. Povery was not decreasing prior to the recession.
3. Low unemployment does not eliminate poverty.
4. We will still have poverty when the recession ends.
5. Creating jobs won't solve even half
of the poverty cases we have. It would, presumably, solve about 25%, given the pre-recession and recession numbers.
6. That must mean there are other reasons we continue to see stagnate or growing poverty numbers.
7. I've mentioned those reasons several, several times. Any every one of those reasons is agreed upon by most researchers and easily accessible through a simple google search.
8. None of the misinterpretations, clarifications, or attempts to bait answers you think I'm avoiding giving will take away from the fact that my initial post was correct.