A little better, but still lacking any sort of quality and/or insight. You could have however been a good champ and posted the data with some specific analysis. for example:BLS.gov will show you 15.26 million unemployed people or 255 thousand more than last month, 1.2 million discouraged workers which means that 3 out of the four months of this year the discouraged workers is over a million which has never happened in modern history. BLS will show you by age group where the unemployment is and by industry as well. I don't blame you from going and researching the site
April 2010 labor force: + 805,000 (154715 - 153910). Then you could offer some insight as to why the labor force grew such as; graduations, improved employment expectations, market participation rate increase, etc... and maybe some analysis on the particular factors. You know, something other than an unsupported opinion. Adherence to such a standard greatly increases the informativeness of the debate/discussion.
But instead, you resort to ad homs and partisan talking points.