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Everybody is ecstatic with the jobs numbers today. Unemployment down to seven and a half percent, 165,000 new jobs. Well, it’s nothing, but in comparison to what it has been —

It doesn’t matter, Snerdley. The media’s all atwitter about it. That means the low-information voters are gonna hear that. The real number, nine and a half million fewer jobs since Obama was immaculated. That’s how many people are not working, that’s how many jobs we’ve lost, nine and a half million in four and a half years. The sequester. The sequester is what I’m crediting it to. (laughing) If they’re gonna talk about how great this news is, then I’m gonna credit the sequester for it. He-he-he. Budget cuts, just to tweak ’em, you know, just to tick ’em off, budget cuts led to massive new job gains! That could be our theme here today. Make ’em prove it isn’t the case. Budget cuts, government getting smaller. Ahem. We know it didn’t, but this is just how we tweak ’em.

Budget cuts. Look what happens when you cut the budget. People start hiring left and right. That’s how, if we wanted to play the game the way they do, that’s what I could say. I thought about doing that. But the truth of the matter is that, folks, our buddy Jim Pethokoukis over at AEI: “US job growth in April beat economist expectations as nonfarm payrolls rose 165,000, and the jobless rate fell to a four-year low of 7.5%. But the report contained worrisome signs that President Obama’s health care reform law is hurting full-time, high-wage employment.”



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