Nocera also quotes bullyboy Republican Jack Welch as backing off from some of his overheated comments about supposedly corrupt numbers from an independent federal agency insulated from politics.
Here's what's important:
There is rough justice in the way things are playing out. Having spent the last year wrongly blaming the president for high unemployment, Republicans can only stand by helplessly as the unemployment rate goes down at the worst possible moment for them. Fox News scoured the data Friday, looking for signs that the economy wasn’t improving. They found some: high unemployment for African-Americans, for instance, and fewer manufacturing jobs.
But the data were largely overwhelmed by positive signals. In its revised figures for July and August, for instance, the bureau said that more jobs had been created than it originally estimated. People with only high school degrees were finding jobs. The number of people who had been out of work for six months or more was at its lowest point in three years.
Whether the Republicans like it or not, the economy is slowing getting better.
What kind of American would WANT bad economic results? Somebody who puts politics above country?
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Thanks for demonstrating my point, baker.