Obama’s nightmare jobs chart

March 10, 2011

The infamous Bernstein-Romer chart, now updated for political freshness:


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A real nightmare chart would include unemployment under the proposed GOP plan. It’s even higher than the ‘without recovery plan’ pattern.

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