[QUOTE=Scarecrow Akhbar;1058964410][QUOTE=FilmFestGuy;1058963951]What far too many people are ignoring the costs of producing those so called improving results! If anyone here spent that kind of money to generate these kind of "results" they would be fired but liberals here claim that Democrats need to be re-elected. What is ignored is as stated, unemployment is more this year than last year, economic growth is down from the previous quarter and is a dismal 1.6%, and this Administration has added 3 trillion to the debt. Those are verifiable facts that the voter sees instead of buying the rhetoric of how bad things "could have been" without liberals screwing things up.
And what this chart really says is that the employment trend reversed in 2008 the first time, shifting from increasing job losses to decreasing losses eventually leading to net employment gains....and....this is key, under the Messiah, the trendline has reversed again, and the job creation rate is declining and may reasonably be expected to begin showing net private sector losses in the near future.
I define the "near future" as the period after the holiday bubble, if we're lucky, and before it, if we're not.
I remember well the cries of liberals back when Bush took office, "Where are the jobs?" yet today there is total silence when comparing the reality that we have over 3 million fewer employed people today than we had when Obama took office. So, claiming that this is the strongest jobs recovery in decades ignores the actual facts. No President in U.S. history has ever had this level of unemployment.