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Unfair!

Well, ferret nuts. Guess the GOP is going to have to figure out another reason to claim President Obama is the worst President Obama who ever presidented like a common Obama. After years of calling Obamacare a “job-killer” and promising that if we just give Republicans another shot to fuck up America some more, they’ll magically get gas prices almost as low as where they have actually been under President Obama, and they’ll get the unemployment rate back down to a reasonable, fiscally conservative 6 percent — well, you know where this is going, right?

Today we learned that private-sector employment rose by 268,000 jobs in October.  Our businesses have now added 13.5 million jobs over 68 straight months, extending the longest streak on record. The unemployment rate ticked down to 5.0 percent in October—its lowest level since April 2008—with stable labor force participation. Wages continued to rise; average hourly earnings for all private employees have now risen 2.5 percent over the past year, the fastest pace achieved since 2009. […] Overall, our economy has created 8.0 million jobs over the past thirty-six months, the fastest pace since 2000.

If that chunk of dry numbers is TL;DR for you, here’s what it looks like:

More jobs is a GOOD thing, right?
More jobs is a GOOD thing, right?

Naturally, we assume the White House faked these numbers to distract us from the most godawful thing the president did, whatever it is, that he’d rather we pay no attention to, so look here at this shiny jobs report instead. If for some reason these numbers are not a hoax, we expect Fox News to explain to us why this latest jobs report is, once again, bad news for America.

If you want to be get down with your nerd self, and study a buncha numbers and statistics and charts and graphs, you can read all the blah blah from the White House explaining in detail why more jobs, and lower unemployment rates, is a good thing. Also, WATCH THIS SPACE for a Wonksplainer, to splain it all you, Wonk style. (That means with dick jokes, duh.)

Or we could just point and laugh at some more pictures that make some very pointed points, like so:

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Now, we are aware that these numbers are meh, compared with the YOOOOGE numbers promised by Republicans. And since we all know — thanks, Fox News! — that everything that happens in the American economy is the direct result of President Obama rollin’ out of bed to hippity-hop to the golf course, we are certain conservatives across Real America are booking their flights to Washington DC this very second, to deliver blowjobs and flowers to the president, for rescuing America’s disastrous unemployment from the som’Bush who tanked America’s economy in the first place: President Dick Cheney.

Let us hope gas prices don’t drop any lower while President Obama is still cleaning up his predecessor’s messy “accidents” in the corner of the Oval Office, because then we’re really doomed.

[White House]

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  • arglebargle

    I still blame Obama.

  • Nounverb911

    “President Obama is still cleaning up his predecessor’s messy “accidents” in the corner of the Oval Office”
    Do you know who else had an “accident” in the Oval Office?

    • Spotts1701

      Checkers?

    • arglebargle

      Monica had a little oopsie.

      • Vienna Woods

        I thought that was in the windowless corridor.

    • Tansy Geek

      You just know there’s cat pee in the corner by the book cases from Socks. It drove Cheney nuts every time he went in there.

    • OneYieldRegular

      *cough* vincefoster? *cough*

  • HobbesEvilTwin

    Yeah, but did NObama keep us safe?

    • Nounverb911

      Well, he hasn’t shot any lawyers in the face, yet.

      • BadKitty904

        I dunno. We could ask Bin Laden, I s’pose…

      • Anarchy Pony

        Seems like a failure in my book.

  • Lot_49

    Now the NYT is going to have to lay Krugman off. See? Obama’s a job-killer!

  • Nounverb911
  • Lids
    • Doug Langley

      You know, that’s really soothing.

      • Lids

        I think so too.

        • Doug Langley

          Yes . . . . master . . . .

          • Lids

            You’re forgetting to upvote meh… Lol

          • Doug Langley

            Must . . . . upvote . . . .

          • Lids

            Good. .

    • MsAnthropesMr

      New order? Depressed modemode?

      • Lids

        ¯_(ツ)_/¯ I have no idea..

        • Tansy Geek

          Seismograph of my dog’s gut activity.

    • TheBidenator

      For some reason that graph just sprang a boner…I really am a nerd :-(

      • Lids

        Lol I’m not seeing it.

    • Mehmeisterjr

      This is Magic Fingers Automatic Massage of graphs.

  • BadKitty904

    Guess the GOP is going to have to figure out another reason to claim President Obama is the worst President Obama who ever presidented like a common Obama.

    Nah, they’ll just lie, per usual.

  • DoILookAmused2u ?

    They’re in a big frenzy this morning over a youtube video about Donald Trump.

    Thousands of commenters demanding CPS take these kids from their parents because Freedom and small government.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDW1R9OmOr0

    • Nounverb911

      ¡ESTO ES BRILLANTE!

    • Angry_Cop

      The YouTube commentors never disappoint, and they’re in top form on this video.

      Can’t believe I share a country with these people.

      • DoILookAmused2u ?

        Same craziness all over the web from Politico to Fox News.

      • spends2much

        Comments anywhere but here (and there are no comments here) make me want to jump off a bridge.

      • boll ocks

        I would rate the enjoyment level of reading YouTube comments about as high as i would rate drinking bleach mixed with broken glass and black widow venom. :)

    • AnOuthouse

      And always check the volume before playing unknown videos at work – fuck you you racist fuck.

  • CutterTeam

    Well of course the unemployment rate has been falling. Just think about all of the jobs Obama has created building concentration camps.

    • FauxAntocles

      Chess > Beer Pong

  • schmannity

    More jobs? The Benghazi coverup deepens.

  • schmannity

    Low unemployment? Jeb can fix it!

  • CutterTeam

    Tired of record job creation, falling unemployment and a reduction in the federal budget deficit?

    Jeb Can Fix It !

    • Rick Hill

      Of that I have no doubt.

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    • Unforgotten

      Yup, HE… can.

    • TheBidenator

      He could if only coach would put him in but sadly Coach says he wants to win this game so Jeb rides the bench…

    • kaydenpat

      He sure can!

  • ArgieBargie

    THANKS OBAMA!

    No, really, thanks, Mr. President.

  • DerrickWildcat

    Real America facts graph

    • tihond

      My brain just broke.

    • MsAnthropesMr

      Edward Tufte weeps.

      • aureolaborealis

        If he knew the garbage produced in his name, he would weep.
        “Well, Tufte says blah, blah.” “OK, OK. Label-free charts with accompanying reference tables it is.” “Is there any way we can match the style of this chart?” “You mean hand-made in 1975?”

        • MsAnthropesMr

          True Dat

    • Anarchy Pony

      Ow, just looking at that graph hurts my brain.

    • ZangoCrudmonger

      Obscenity! I laughed tho.

    • vivian

      I believe there is a typo in this graph and that the fourth data point is not 345093, but should actually be “umbrella”.

      • DerrickWildcat

        I shall take that under consideration.

    • kaydenpat

      Love your avatar. Bubbles was my favorite character on that show.

      And your chart makes so much sense in Rightwingistan.

      • DerrickWildcat

        I just pound the keyboard with my forehead and I get a very damaging Obama Administration graph.

  • dslindc

    Pssssh, this just means B. HUSSEIN Nobama did Jade Helm to the jerbs report.

  • Count Awesome

    No matter what Obama does the lunatics on the right wing will always see him as a James Bond-type supervillian.

    • BadKitty904

      Dr. No (bama)

      • Msgr_Moment

        Obamapussy?

        Oh, villain, not femme fatale.

      • Count Awesome

        Yaphet Kotto’s bad guy from ‘Live and Let Die’ is the plot. Black supervillian and heroin since we all know welfare is as addictive

    • Lefty Frizzell

      …while simultaneously lazy, feckless and weak. Somebody’s bluffing somebody here.

  • Ruhe

    But didn’t he just kill all those new jobs by nixxing the Keystone?

    • DoILookAmused2u ?

      The Keystone jobs are being stored in the Great Pyramids for the coming 7 year job famine.

    • kaydenpat

      There are no new jobs. This is all liberal media gobbledy gook. Just ask Half-Term Governor Palin. She’ll tell ya.

  • tihond

    To be fair, at least 3% of those jobs were in right wing grifts.

    • BadKitty904

      Which means, then, that at least 2% of those jobs are as GOP presidential candidates.

    • MsAnthropesMr

      So what you’re saying is that Obama creates jobs?

  • Skwerl King

    Hogwash! Republicans all know that the REAL unemployment rate is at 157% and the only ones with jobs are illegals.

    • vivian

      I can vouch for that. There are at least 3 jobs I’m not doing even as I type this disallowed comment. So, personally, my unemployment rate is 300%.

  • Callyson

    Shorter unemployment report, just for the wingnuts:

  • OzoneTom

    “… the fastest pace since 2000.”

    Last Dem administration BITCHEZ!!!

    • chicken thief

      Last year of budget surplus also too.

  • MsAnthropesMr

    This was actually bush’s doing. It just took 8 years to happen.

    • Lot_49

      Nah, House GOPers get the credit for this one, with all their “fiscal restraint.”

  • Msgr_Moment

    You see, Jerbs are important and welfare is like heroin, because if you have a jerb, you have that pride in being able to provide for your family, but then Obama comes in and it’s just too easy to find a jerb. Where is that pride in being employed, now that any doofus can get a jerb?

    Thanks, Obama.

    • MsAnthropesMr

      Thank you Ms Palin.

  • tihond

    We need to build pyramids to store these jobs in.

    • BadKitty904

      Sleepy B, is that you?

      • vivian

        I has Ben damage.

  • Lefty Frizzell

    This presents a bit of a problem for the republicans who have already painted Hillz as “Obama’s 3rd term”.

    • kaydenpat

      I look forward to an Obama 3rd term so bring it on.

    • chicken thief

      Not really because the morans that vote for them don’t believe the media or the gubmint so they readily accept that the numbers are fiction.

  • whatwhomever

    most of those jobs are benghazi!!11!! investigation related.

    • Msgr_Moment

      Thanks, Darrel Issa.

  • Lefty Frizzell

    I don’t see how this can be possible without more tax cuts for the job creators?

  • MsAnthropesMr

    What is your question?

    Mr president, where can I find a job?

    • Msgr_Moment

      “Maaaannny busy executives ask me “What about the job displacement market program in the city of the future?” Well count on us to be there “JIM”. Because if we’re lucky tomorrow, we won’t have to deal with questions like yours ever again.”

      • MsAnthropesMr

        What about the bees and the spidersspiders?

        • Lot_49

          “He broke de President!”

  • Msmlg1979

    No snark, this is great news. Bring on the jerbs, and now we can focus on jobs paying a living wage, and women not being penalized in the paycheck for showing up to work with a vagina

    • DoILookAmused2u ?

      Probably not. People have to actually show up and vote for a few consecutive elections if those things really matter to them.

      • BadKitty904

        T*H*I*S*!!!!!

  • DahBoner
  • TheBidenator

    Related but sort of O/T what I love about the numbers is seeing the endless rationalization by wingnuts: when unemployment is up under a GOPer president that’s because you don’t want full employment in the market so it is healthy and a correction (but during 2009 it was a clear sign Obama was a failure already). Somehow tax cuts work both immediately (remember when Republicans told Obama the ONLY way to quickly fix their economic crater was tax cuts?) and then burrow underground only to reappear 10 years later (I call it the magic Reagan bullet to explain the Clinton years). It’s a bit dry but I do love collecting these claims so I can befuddle wingnuts spouting economic data when I get a chance…

    • Vegan and Tiara

      My mother once said to me “Clinton only had a successful presidency because it took years for Reagan’s policies to take effect. She also reasoned that Bush’s economy tanked because of Clinton’s policies.” I said “if that’s true wouldn’t it make sense for you to start voting for Democrats every other election cycle?” Republicans will jump through hoops to try to retain their worldview. I asked her the other day what she thought Jeb was going to “fix” because she WILL vote for him or any of the other dipshits who get elected. She refused to answer the question. It KILLS her that things are going so well under Obama.

  • Bitter Scribe

    Yeah, but don’t forget all those people who dropped out of the labor force because they retired or they’re 4 years old or something!

    • TheBidenator

      Donald Trump will get ’em back in by building a wall and deporting all the browns plus tax cuts and climate change is just hot air…clearly this man plays 4 dimensional chess.

    • Vegan and Tiara

      Donna Rose = loafing moocher who refuses to get a job!

  • Angela Ruzzo

    One thing nobody ever mentions is that the Baby Boomers are retiring en masse, which creates a lot of new jobs. I myself am almost 60, but I am the youngest child in all the families I grew up with, all of whom have older children who retired recently or are retiring this year. My sister was born in 1947 and she retired 2 years ago. My brother was born in 1950, and he retired this year. I can take early retirement in 3 years, and I intend to do so. The Baby Boomers are a HUGE percentage of the population, and they are all retiring now or very soon. This creates a lot of empty positions.

    • AnOuthouse

      The oldz just sit around all day, killing time until they retire any way. You don’t have to replace someone who doesn’t do anything. Profits increase, and the share holders benefit.

      • Angela Ruzzo

        You could not be more wrong. I work twice as hard as my younger coworkers, which my manager mentions every year when I have an evaluation. My sister and brother, and older siblings of my friends, all worked like demons until they retired, and then they were so bored with not working that they went out and found jobs to keep themselves busy. Our generation was not raised to sit idle or do nothing. When I quit my last job, they had to hire three people to replace me, because young people wouldn’t work as hard as I did.

        • marxalot

          Don’t worry- they probably paid those three young people about half what you were getting, and forget benefits!
          Please, tell me more tales of The Prosperity Years. I’m taking notes so that after the socialist revolution, we can all enjoy these “penn-shuns” I’ve heard so much about.
          (My snark lies not with you but the corporate overlords.)

          • Angela Ruzzo

            Ah, the Prosperity Years. I heard about them from my parents. I graduated from college in 1978 with a Master’s Degree, and the best job I could find paid me $9000 a year. I could live on that just fine, but saving money for retirement was a challenge. My parents had been getting 12% on their savings for years and years, but soon after I started working, interest rates started to fall (Reagan!). But I was lucky – I eventually got a job at a state university, and I get a small pension when I am 66!!!
            Pensions were only a big deal if you worked at the same place for years and years. I could never do that. My generation had this weird philosophy – if you don’t like your job, quit and find a better one. So we did that over and over, and most of us never worked anywhere long enough to be vested in the pension plan.
            But my parents worked at the same job for 30 years. I find this idea intolerable. I would be bored to death.

        • AnOuthouse

          Ha ha. I’m an oldz too. But I try to have a sense of humor.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            I had one too until this election campaigning started. It is disappearing minute by minute. I can’t wait until it’s over so I can get it back. I think I’m going to need it bad.

        • Toomush_Infer

          Old Toomush is retired…….whee!…..

    • marxalot

      What’s “early retirement?” Tell me more.

      • Playonwords

        Heh-heh-heh,

      • Angela Ruzzo

        Well, it depends on your industry. Some people are offered “early retirement” because their company wants to get rid of them, since they earn 4X as much as a recent college graduate would be paid, and have accrued lots of vacation and sick leave that the company doesn’t want to have to pay for. Then there are people like my father, whose employer went out of business when he was 52, and nobody would hire him even though he had written all the standards books in his academic field, which were being used to teach college students. They could hire someone 22 years old and pay them a lot less. Sometimes early retirement is voluntary, and sometimes it isn’t.

      • John Smith

        Funk that, what is retirement. My retirement party will be my wake.

        • marxalot

          Tell me about it. I’ve chosen a profession with high job satisfaction and overall happiness, whose members retire very late, because I know I’ll die in the traces.

    • Skippy2000

      Takers!

  • TheBidenator

    Pfft my retort to that is B-A-N-G-A-W-Z-E-E liberals because nothing like that happened under Dubya because he kept us safe. So suck it!

    • kaydenpat

      You mean Benghazi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Please spell it right out of respect for those desperately trying to exploit it for political purposes.

      • TheBidenator

        I thought I did spell it right, I spelled it phonetically basing it on how most teabaggers pronounce Benghazi which is how they spell it, too. You’re right though, I forgot the obligatory elevensies and for that grievous error I should be caned.

  • kaydenpat

    The Kenyan Communist is alright with me!

  • Relativicus

    Of course, The Real Numbers have unemployment at 89%, but MaiWonket won’t tell you that, will they?

    • kaydenpat

      Just 89% Are you a Communist like Obummer?

  • AnOuthouse

    At least George Bush kept us safe.

    • John Smith

      Except for that one time. But hey, one out of 2920 ain’t bad. That’s 1 day for everyone that died that one bad time.

  • AnOuthouse

    I can’t even put $20 of gas in my car any more. It overfills and spills on the ground.
    Thanks,. Obama.

  • JohnnyZhivago2

    GOP should take credit for this!!! Their policy of doing nothing is working!!!

    • AnOuthouse

      It was the sequester that kept government in check and the invisible hand to stroke the economy to attention.

  • TheBidenator

    I’m sure if any of us wandered over to a wingnut site you’ll find this data unskewed with the headline of “Obama’s failed economy” and analysis by the Club for Growth about why we need to cut taxes for the rich…these assholes are circumspect in their message which should never be underestimated.

    • Lance Thrustwell

      Just went over to Breitbart. Their only story on this that I could find was a note about the not-in-labor-force total being still at a “record high”. Of course, if the population is growing, and life expectancies are increasing, it would tend to be, wouldn’t it? I ain’t no economist.

      • Vegan and Tiara

        Work force participation is at a low point because all the baby boomers are retiring.

        • LarkintheAM

          More like, being forced out. They were the demographic group hit hardest by the recession.

  • Joshua Norton

    Today we learned that private-sector employment rose by 268,000 jobs in October

    Has Trump taken credit for it yet?

    • MrBlobfish

      No, but he accuses Obama of making the Fed keep interest rates low.

    • SnarkTank

      He’ll explain that there are lots of companies in TX, NM, AZ and CA that are already gearing up for the yuuuuuuuge construction job that’ll start up in Jan. 2017.

      • Lance Thrustwell

        And Mexico is paying for that one! They’ll need a loan, though. Maybe they can borrow the money from the U.S.! Then we can let them default on the interest. And the principal.

        Thrustwell for V.P.!

  • chicken thief

    The workforce got a boost this month from Carson family members hiring guards to protect them from Dr Ben.

  • MrBlobfish

    It just feels like unemployment has doubled under tyrant Barack HUSSEIN Obama’ reign of terror.

    • Vegan and Tiara

      We all know he’s tripled the debt also too, with his building of the FEMA camps, Obamaphone programs, and “Lobster Tails for Welfare Queens” program.

  • TheBidenator

    In Ben Carson’s America we’ll have lots of new jobs building pyramids to store all of our grain in….
    Speaking of which, I have a new theory! Joseph didn’t build all of the pyramids to store grain, the great pyramid at Cheops was built to store his pornography collection to avoid both god and his wife because back then they didn’t have a “delete history” button like we have now…

    • Querolous

      Porn graffiti has been found in Pompeii. I think it’s reasonable to assume that porn has always been with us. So how come we haven’;t seen any Egyptian or Akkadian or Linear-b porn? How about Lascaux? Are Archaeologists all prudes?

      • Lance Thrustwell

        Maybe a lot of those hieroglyphs are pornographic, but are just really, really symbolic. “Look at how Anuket is pointing to the left! Oh man, that’s hot.”

      • SnarkTank

        (*puts on Pedantic-Man costume*)
        Actually, there is ART (not graffiti) in the Pompeii whorehouse. It was actually more like a menu than graffiti. I have pictures and everything….

        • Jen_Baker_VA

          Pft, that is what they /say/ to make it look like those Pompies weren’t porn scrawling reprobates. They’re just whore house having reprobates.

        • mtn_philosoph

          The is very ample evidence of the use of graffiti in antiquity, particularly during the Roman Empire era, and not just in Pompeii. Graffiti has been with us since the invention of writing. Porn came into being almost immediately after the advent of figurative art. In fact, throughout human history whenever any new communication technology was invented one of the very first uses of it was to produce porn. This was true with the development of paper, the invention of the printing press, the developments of theater, photography, audio recording, electrical, electronic and wireless communication, cinematography, mass communication, videography, etc. Producing porn may not have been the impetus for these inventions (as some have argued) but once each new technology became established it was immediately put to use to produce sacred material, business and economic communication and porn. In every human culture throughout history the three main things that members of our species have wanted to communicate to each other have always centered on religion, food (and later, money/wealth) and sex. In our minds these three things are inextricably linked. It’s in our DNA and is related to our status as a social species.

      • User_0

        don’t worry, be happy
        [IMG]http://i1267.photobucket.com/albums/jj555/User_0/13000BCBarbie_zps2dace361.jpg[/IMG]

        • Slithytoves

          That’s not pron – she’s a goddess!

    • SuspectedDemocrat

      Mark Anthony need the porn for when Cleopatra said not now, I’m on my pyramid!

      • John Smith

        Bah dum-bum. Psssh.

    • Last Hussar

      Missile silos. Look at them. Obviously missile silos.

  • OneYieldRegular

    Not that this is going to make a difference. The GOP just has to tell their constituents the economy is bad, and those same people – who are out there laying down thousands of dollars for guns and trying to nab the cheapest health insurance they never had before – will believe it.

    • SuspectedDemocrat

      I’m sure the economy looks terrible to people who spent all their money on guns and Goldline[tm].

  • Last Hussar

    Why can’t this be credited to a Republican House/Senate?

    • SpaceCaptainWarlock

      The president sets the agenda. The growth corresponds to policies and bills submitted by Obama for job training and trade, etc.

      Bush’s first term with a Republican House and Senate had abysmal job growth. Historically, the president gets credited with economic performance even while congress technically holds the reins.

    • SnarkTank

      Because the Republican House and Senate haven’t done a single fucking thing since they became a majority?

      • Skippy2000

        Yes…there is that.

    • Lefty Frizzell

      They all have their part to play – bills originate in the house but have to be approved by the senate and the president. The senate has only been republican for a tiny fraction of the time and the president is still democrat.

      Or maybe the current house/senate could take credit for Obamacare?

    • Bemused

      If you look at the graph above, the change had already started before the Republicans took the House for 2011 and the Senate has only been in Republican hands for a short time. Add to that the republican house and senate have resisted any kind of cooperation with the President and so haven’t made any real movement in governing, the change clearly isn’t from anything they’ve done.

    • Last Hussar

      Thank you for the replies. Being British I don’t hold changes of majority in DC in my head.

      Frankly I don’t understand a system where if you don’t hold all three power bases you are at the mercy of fuckwits and numpties.

  • Bren

    Dick jokes when explaining growth, yea sounds like a good article. Do you need a model?

    What do you mean “It’ll will do for showing the slump under [the] Bush”?

    • Markuserektus

      It’s like the guy with a hundred dollar bill tattooed on his peen.

  • Vegan and Tiara

    A few months ago the conservanutosphere was all abuzz with talk of how lower gas prices were BAD for America. Do any of these jerks remember Rupert Murdick promising them FORTY CENTS A GALLON gas after we finished invading…errr…”bringing democracy” to Iraq? Old Rupert seemed to think cheap gas was a GOOD thing back in 2001, I guess it’s different when a black guy is in the White House.

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      Well, it is bad news for like, Alaska and Texas what tend to put all their economical eggs in one basket. So, there is that.

      • Vegan and Tiara

        When I asked my mom how it was a bad thing that consumers had more money in their pockets, she said “well, it’s bad for the oil companies.” Poor, poor Exxon, how will they go on?

  • Markuserektus

    But, is this a thing to be concerned about?

    http://www.vox.com/2015/11/4/9669918/democrats-elections-crisis

    • HobbesEvilTwin

      DWS is way past her sell-by date. Bring back the Doctor!

      • The Wanderer

        Which one? Number Eleven?

  • BearGHAZI

    These numbers don’t smell right

    • Vegan and Tiara

      They certainly don’t feel right, and if I don’t trust my feels, I know something’s very Kenyan in the White House. Also, BENGHAZI!!!!!!, too.

  • docterry6973

    Yeah, but what’s the unemployment rate in KENYA, huh?

  • Of course that jobs report is bad for America!!

    With all those people getting jobs, it makes it harder for business owners to keep wages low.

  • Paperless Tiger

    Are we great again yet?

  • Skippy2000

    Most of those new jobs were newly hired fact checkers after the last Rethug debate! Seasonal at best.

  • Mehmeisterjr

    That chart is invalid because it has an X- and Y-axis.

  • LarkintheAM

    we are certain conservatives across Real America are booking their flights to Washington DC this very second, to deliver blowjobs and flowers to the president, for rescuing America’s disastrous unemployment from the som’Bush who tanked America’s economy in the first place

    I’m thinkin’ they’ll be breaking out the bottles of this for the afterglow.

  • BMW

    They’ll blame labor force participation, even though month to month it has been steady.

    • Vegan and Tiara

      None of these dimbulbs understand that workforce participation has been dropping because the babby boomers are retiring.

  • Celtic_Gnome

    I just take those two graphs and flip them upside down. If I didn’t, I’d be able to sleep at night.

  • UnsaltedSinner

    Coming up on Fox News: Why work is bad for you — Is Obama destroying leisure?

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  • MrCanoehead

    All the good news is because Bush’s programs are finally having an effect. Besides, think how much better things would’ve been if Romney were president.

    [anyone have some Listerine? I threw up in my mouth a little]

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