Obama: I inherited this crisis

23 million Americans can’t be wrong
By Rick Manning, Americans for Limited Government

The faces of Labor Day are different in 2012 than they have been in the past, all 23 million of them.

The traditional end of summer is greeted with cookouts, last splashes in the swimming pool, and final trips to the beach, but it is something much more in this election year.

Labor Day is a reminder of the unemployed, underemployed and those who don’t even bother looking for a job anymore because they don’t believe any are available.

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