Come back if unemployment goes back below 5% and the number of people on food stamps reduces under Democrat control.
Actually, the last time the unemployment rate in the US was below 5% for more than a month or two, was from December '05 through November '07, a period of time where you insist that all the bad stuff was starting to happen because the Democrats had control of the house(or the senate, I forget which one you and Varus always insist it is). Before that, it was below 5%, and even as low as 3% at poitns during Clinton's presidency from July '97, til September '01, at which point it rose continually until June '03 before levelling out and slowly declining straight through until the financial crisis started to show up. Since then, it went up, peaked in '09, and has consistently fallen since then. And, if you look at the data, you can clearly see that aside from this financial crisis, during the last 60 years or so, it has always been at it's highest when Republicans held more power(with the exceptions of Eisenhower's and Nixon's presidencies). ****, it nearly hit 11% during Reagan's presidency, never going below 6% until Nov '87, going back up again to almost 8% during Bush Sr's presidency and then dropping during Clinton's.
If you're not willing to look at the numbers, the cold, hard facts, then you can't expect anyone to take you seriously. That being said, I'm only a supporter(as much as a Canadian can be) of the Democrats right now, because the Republicans have been nominating some of the worst people as their candidates(as an addendum, if I'd been an American, and old enough to vote, I'd have voted Bush in '04, because Kerry was a terrible choice). I don't care about the party, I care about the individuals within the parties and their views and actions, and right now, the Republicans are the party that moves backwards, wheras the Democrats are the party that at least attempts to slowly inch forward.