"...since Democrat John F. Kennedy took office in January 1961, non-government payrolls in the U.S. swelled by almost 42 million jobs under Democrats, compared with 24 million for Republican presidents...."
What more do I need to say? Well, this: even our America-hating, crypto-Marxist President Obama has created over 3 million private sector jobs since Dubya's Great Recession officially ended in June 2009. To put that in perspective, compare him to Dubya, who from Feb. 2001 to Jan. 2009 scored a net loss of 643,000 private-sector jobs. And in an unremarked milestone, in April 2012, Obama finally surpassed the number of jobs he inherited from Dubya in the depths of the Great Recession in Jan. 2009: 111 million non-farm, private-sector jobs. Slowly, slowly, we are headed in the right direction.
By Bob Drummond
May 8, 2012 | Bloomberg