While looking for something else, I happened to stumble upon the American Thinker Blog, which imagines it makes a point when it posts an AFL/CIO quote saying that Obama would be good for jobs, and then posts this from the NY Times:
And of cousre, none of this is news. This guy just saw a picture that he thought was damning to Obama and posted it without comment. Because of course, if he had commented on it, he'd have had to admit that his attack was unfair as he's blaming Obama for not being able to stop Bush's recession immediately. So instead, he gets to pretend that this is so damning that no comment was necessary.
Easy Snark of the Day: If this is what the American thinkers are thinking, I'd hate to see what the morons come up with.
And as a final note, what is with the "..." between the sentences on the first two graphs? Yes, if there are more unemployed people for fewer job openings, that means the number of unemployed people per job opening increases. It's implied as if these are two separate events which combine to make an even worse event, yet they mean the same thing. I'm telling you, I read that damn thing about twenty times to make sure I wasn't wrong about that, but I'm not. The NY Times just made their readers a little bit dumber.