The GDP growth in the third quarter marked the fastest pace of growth since the third quarter of 2003, when GDP surged up 7.5 percent.

In November, total employment increased by 696,000 to 146.7 million.
Let's see, that means 10.7 million more Americans were employed in November than when Bush took office and 13.2 million more are working than at the lowest point of the Clintoon Recession that Bush inherited.

Yup, things are lookin' bad--