On the campaign trail, Mitt Romney likes to say some variation of the claim that as governor he created more jobs in Massachusetts than President Obama has created in the entire country.
To make that claim stack up, Romney cites net national job creation since Obama's inauguration. Given that the economy shed over 800,000 jobs in one month at the height of the recession, that tends to skew things.
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Ever since the Obama campaign put Mitt Romney's abysmal jobs record as governor of Massachusetts under the microscope, the Romney campaign has demanded that Willard be judged by a completely different standard than President Obama: ... Read Post