You are correct. Remember, they left out the unemployment numbers from California before the election and someone caught them on it.<quoted text>
And you left out the millions who have given up finding gainful employment after 4 years of trying and you left out the millions of Americans that had to settle for a part-time job just to have a job. You left out that if things are getting better why are the number of Americans living in poverty still climbing as we speak? Why has the Obama administration added 17 million people to the food stamp rolls because of their failed policies if things are getting better? Shouldn't those numbers be declining? lol I guess they would be if you could find a way to ignore those who have given up and those who have been knocked to the ground with a part time shitty job just to survive. Point well taken and thanks for making that point...even though, as usual, it bit you in your dumb ass again.
They were fudging the numbers in order to make an impression for their voters.
Can you imagine what California's unemployment looks like now.