Meant to post this a day or two ago, because I heard this on the NBC Nightly News (Monday night's version). During the Clinton presidency, an average of about 250,000 (oh, and the word "about" doesn't mean what LSUMJ tries to use it as, you know +200% to +300% from the number he actually gives on his number of visits to the board) jobs per year in office. Sapling on the other hand has the magnificent track record of 69,000 jobs LOST per year. Oh, and for those who want to try to con the board into thinking these were government jobs lost, Sapling has jettisoned 1.2% of all the private industry jobs that existed when he TOOK (double meaning word) office. So, what we have is a genius Clinton who knew how to get people to invest in new jobs, new technologies, etc. versus a guy who is totally clueless and the best economic growth buster since Herbert Hoover.