Job Growth Explodes, Kerry Sobs

The Bush Administration (and many Americans) are breathing a sigh of relief as March job growth was the strongest in years with 308,000 new jobs added to the economy. This is well above the 103,000 thousand predicted by Wall Street and an indicator of strong economy health. Furthermore, the January and February numbers were revised up by a strong 87,000.

Even the manufacturing sector got good mews as manufacturing activity is close to a two-decade high.

The Kerry campaign, meanwhile, released an ad yesterday accusing the President of harming the economy and slowing job growth – quite possibly the worst timed ad in recent politcal history.

If this momentum continues, and it likely will, Bush’s next term is virtually assured.

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