Obama’s Low Expectations On Jobs

January 7, 2012 10:59

A separate Bureau of Labor Statistics measure that includes all not normally counted as unemployed — such as discouraged and underemployed workers — puts the real unemployment rate at an astounding 15.2%. – IBD


IBD Editorial


The White House spins the new job numbers as evidence the economy is coming back from the Bush recession. Truth is, the economy continues to struggle against the weight of Obama’s misguided policies.


But my policies are working. Stay the course.

If that were true, then why are so many indicators worse today than when the Obama recovery officially started back in June 2009?


Indeed, the only way Obama can make these mediocre results look good is by setting the country’s expectations so low than even a tiny step forward seems like a giant leap. He mustn’t get away with it.


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