|"This is what will make this horrible economy go away! Pew! Pew! Take that Assad!"|
Welcome to the recovery!
From Rasmussen Reports: (via Instapundit)
Americans are more pessimistic about the U.S. job market than they've been all year.
Only 25% of American Adults now believe the job market is better than it was a year ago, down from 29% in late June but comparable to findings a year ago. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 31% believe the job market is worse today than it was a year ago, a five-point jump from 26% in June and the highest finding since December. In August of last year, though, 44% thought the job market was worse. Forty percent (40%) now say the job market's about the same. (To see survey question wording, click here.)Well, a lot of people are thinking we're in for a double dip recession. They're probably right.
But don't worry, an unpopular war war with Syria will boost up the economy. And let us not forget about all those part-time jobs being created (i.e. hours cut) under ObamaCare. We're in the very best of an unqualified community organizer's hands.