The latest employment report from the Labor Department is out and there's not a hint of good news:
Unemployment still 9.1%
Net jobs created: zero.
June and July jobs revised down.
Average work week: down.
Hourly earnings: down.
Worst of all, this will trigger a whole new round of stale speeches from Obama about how we need to work together before he questions his opponents patriotism in the next breath.
But wait, there's less! "Among the more disturbing numbers: the amount of people "marginally attached to the labor force" rose to 2.6 million from 2.4 million. These are workers not included in the unemployment count because they had not sought work in the past four weeks but have looked in the past year."