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zerO is going to Iowa to promote his economic progress. I wonder if he'll mention the 46 million people on food stamps? Nah, I don't think so. Maybe he'll bring up the out of control debt that will hit 16 trillion by June? No, not that either. How about his "green" programs that poured billions down the drain with no results? Nope, not that either. Maybe the unemployment that's over 15% if you add in the people that have given up looking. No, he won't touch that. I know! He'll talk about his wonderful 15 day vacation in Hawaii on the taxpayer dime.

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zerO is going to Iowa to promote his economic progress. I wonder if he'll mention the 46 million people on food stamps? Nah, I don't think so. Maybe he'll bring up the out of control debt that will hit 16 trillion by June? No, not that either. How about his "green" programs that poured billions down the drain with no results? Nope, not that either. Maybe the unemployment that's over 15% if you add in the people that have given up looking. No, he won't touch that. I know! He'll talk about his wonderful 15 day vacation in Hawaii on the taxpayer dime.

More likely he will talk about the 325,000 private sector jobs that were created in December 2011. This just in today:

The news is all good for the jobs market so far in 2012: Separate reports Thursday showed a surge in private-sector job creation, a sharp drop in weekly unemployment claims and planned layoffs at their lowest level in six months.

Though the December data flowing in is sensitive to seasonal revisions, the trend is moving in the right direction.

Private-sector jobs surged by 325,000, according to ADP and Macroeconomic Advisors, while the government said weekly jobless claims fell 15,000 to 372,000 — still at an elevated level but consistent with recent data showing a consistent if grudging turnaround.

Goods-producing businesses created 176,000 positions in the month, according to ADP's payrolls count, while the goods-producing sector rose 52,000 and manufacturing increased 22,000.

Economists had expected ADP to show 178,000 private jobs created in December.

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More likely he will talk about the 325,000 private sector jobs that were created in December 2011. This just in today:

The news is all good for the jobs market so far in 2012: Separate reports Thursday showed a surge in private-sector job creation, a sharp drop in weekly unemployment claims and planned layoffs at their lowest level in six months.

Though the December data flowing in is sensitive to seasonal revisions, the trend is moving in the right direction.

Private-sector jobs surged by 325,000, according to ADP and Macroeconomic Advisors, while the government said weekly jobless claims fell 15,000 to 372,000 — still at an elevated level but consistent with recent data showing a consistent if grudging turnaround.

Goods-producing businesses created 176,000 positions in the month, according to ADP's payrolls count, while the goods-producing sector rose 52,000 and manufacturing increased 22,000.

Economists had expected ADP to show 178,000 private jobs created in December.

Duh, there's always a jobs surge in Dec. It's called seasonal employment. I guess you didn't know that.

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zerO is going to Iowa to promote his economic progress. I wonder if he'll mention the 46 million people on food stamps? Nah, I don't think so. Maybe he'll bring up the out of control debt that will hit 16 trillion by June? No, not that either. How about his "green" programs that poured billions down the drain with no results? Nope, not that either. Maybe the unemployment that's over 15% if you add in the people that have given up looking. No, he won't touch that. I know! He'll talk about his wonderful 15 day vacation in Hawaii on the taxpayer dime.

More good news on the jobs front! Today, President Obama can talk about the employment report released today:

The United States added a robust 200,000 new jobs last month, the Labor Department said Friday, in a sign that the long-awaited economic recovery has finally built up a head of steam.

The nation’s unemployment rate fell to 8.5 percent in December, from a revised 8.7 percent in November, the government said. The Labor Department revised the number of new jobs added in November to 100,000, from 120,000.

The employment report built on a flurry of heartening economic news in December, when consumer confidence rose, manufacturing came in strong and small businesses showed signs of life. It was the sixth consecutive month that the economy added at least 100,000 jobs — not enough to restore employment to pre-recession levels, but enough, perhaps, to cheer President Obama as he enters an election year.

The upward trend restored some of the ground lost this spring and summer, when global events like the earthquake in Japan and domestic ones like the debt ceiling debate slowed the American recovery to a crawl and raised fears of a second recession. Then, even signs of modest growth were dismissed as too anemic. Now, they are drawing tentative praise.

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More good news on the jobs front! Today, President Obama can talk about the employment report released today:

The United States added a robust 200,000 new jobs last month, the Labor Department said Friday, in a sign that the long-awaited economic recovery has finally built up a head of steam.

The nation’s unemployment rate fell to 8.5 percent in December, from a revised 8.7 percent in November, the government said. The Labor Department revised the number of new jobs added in November to 100,000, from 120,000.

The employment report built on a flurry of heartening economic news in December, when consumer confidence rose, manufacturing came in strong and small businesses showed signs of life. It was the sixth consecutive month that the economy added at least 100,000 jobs — not enough to restore employment to pre-recession levels, but enough, perhaps, to cheer President Obama as he enters an election year.

The upward trend restored some of the ground lost this spring and summer, when global events like the earthquake in Japan and domestic ones like the debt ceiling debate slowed the American recovery to a crawl and raised fears of a second recession. Then, even signs of modest growth were dismissed as too anemic. Now, they are drawing tentative praise.

Too little, too late. The american public is finally recognizing zerO for the lying socialist con man that he is. This Nov. he's getting his eviction notice and he'll return to Chicago to the job he's well suited for, community organizer. Then the GOP will have the huge job of recovering from 4 years of a nightmare.

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