Mitt Romney has been going on about how we should be creating 500,000 jobs a month, so earlier we published a look at the number of jobs created per month in the good old days–the Bush Adminstration.
The bottom line?
On average, there were 20,000 jobs per month created in the 8 years of the Bush Administration. There were no months in which even 400,000 jobs were created, let alone 500,000.
So Romney’s blowing hot air.
But he’s blowing it in the right place.
Read More at Business Insider. By Henry Blodget.
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