AP Declares Obama a Net Job Creator

AP has a story. I’m going top of the Stack. I’m not gonna jump in here and find it, but Obama can now call himself a job creator. The latest bunch of revisions in the job numbers claim that Obama created 380,000 jobs more than were originally thought last year.

They’ve revised it, and there were 380,000 jobs that were not discovered until this week that were created last year. And so when you add those 380,000 jobs to the overall 4.5 million that Obama created, we had net job creation. That’s what the AP’s got out there. Now, I don’t know this is necessarily Clinton bump as it is a media bump. If there’s a bump, it’s probably a media bump.

What’s really being “bumped” is the amount of oversampling of Democrats in these polls. So, yeah, Obama can now call himself a job creator. Now this is what they’re saying. This is what AP’s preparing a story on. They tweeted it. The story’s coming, just in time for the Sunday shows. “There are now more US jobs than when he took office. Not by much, but they’ve moved out of negative territory, according to a Labor Department revision. …

“[T]he revision — showing employers added 386,000 more jobs than had previously been estimated in the 12 months ended in March — was clearly good news for the White House as Obama heads into a crucial week.” So that AP story’s out now. So not only did the people of this country report to Republican pollsters they think the country’s headed in the right direction, little did they know how right they were!

Because now it has just been revealed that there were almost 400,000 jobs created that nobody knew about until today.




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