There’s yet more good news for the surging Bush economy.
The Labor Department reported yesterday that employers boosted payrolls by 126,000 jobs in October and that it had significantly underestimated job gains in the previous two months.
All told, the economy has created nearly 300,000 jobs over the past three months, the Labor Department said.
And not only that, unemployment is on the decline as well.
[T]he national unemployment rate slipped to 6 percent, from 6.1 percent in September.
To paraphrase the current saying, the best economic indicator of all is that Democrats have stopped talking about the economy. Looks like the tax cuts worked after all.