Scarce already has a running list of "jobs report truthers" here, which includes Fox's Stuart Varney, the Fox News Channel, Jack Welch and Rick Santelli. Think Progress is keeping track and is now up to 11 conservatives who think the job numbers are a conspiracy. They can now add Fox's Sean Hannity and Karl Rove to the mix.
Republicans loved this number as long as it was a talking point for them to pummel the Obama administration over. Now that it takes that away from them, it must be some conspiracy theory as to how these numbers are arrived at. And you've just gotta' love someone from the Bush administration that started two wars off of the books, busted the budget with tax cuts for their rich buddies, crashed the economy and pretended we weren't in a recession for a full year until they finally had no choice going on the air and screaming about the economic conditions for the working class.
Fox also conveniently forgets to mention that Rove is running a Super PAC which is working to get Mitt Romney elected, but that's just par for the course for GOPTV. And what segment with Hannity and Rove would be complete without a little race baiting thrown in for good measure. Hannity took the opportunity to agree with raving maniac John Sununu and call President Obama "lazy" at the end of the segment.