Our friends from the Washington Times added this bon mot…
Since January 2009 the country has added a net total of 270,000 full-time jobs, but it has added 1.9 million part-time jobs, according to the House Ways and Means Committee.
Now lets do this math, and assume 30 hour work weeks for the part-time jobs, just to be nice:
Since January 2009 – 2.17 million jobs, but at most, only 1.70 million FTEs.
How many summers of recovery are necessary?
Veronique deRugy generated this graph over at NRO’s Corner:
|Worth a thousaand words.|
She also suggests that you head over to the WSJ to read this and despair at this graph: