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Hmm, okay.
Except we did add 103,000 jobs last month. (Or 58,000, as it were.) We gotta hold on to what we got.
(The day we have no Bon Jovi…)

Hmm, okay.

Except we did add 103,000 jobs last month. (Or 58,000, as it were.) We gotta hold on to what we got.

(The day we have no Bon Jovi…)

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"What’s particularly noteworthy about this fixation with ‘job killing’ is that it stands in such contrast to the complete lack of concern about policies that kill people rather than jobs. Repealing health-care reform, for instance, would inevitably lead to thousands of unnecessary deaths each year because of an inability to get medical care. … I wonder how Republicans and their media posse would like it if Democrats started referring to ‘genocidal’ deregulation or the ‘murderous’ repeal of health-care reform. Or if Republican economic policies were likened to the infamous neutron bomb — they kill the workers but leave their jobs intact."

— columnist Steven Pearlstein on the GOP’s catchphrase of the moment.