Advisers: Romney Will Create 12M Jobs

Looks like somebody is trying to get out ahead of Friday’s jobs report. Mitt Romney’s economic advisers said Thursday that the presidential candidate’s economic policies would add 12 million jobs in four years if he’s elected president. Lowering tax rates and cutting government spending, they argue, would pave the way for increased economic expansion. For the prediction to come true, the economy would have to add 250,000 jobs a month every month Romney’s in office, a monumental task given how anemic the job market has been over the past few years.