The worries began as soon as the economic news was released. After three months of strong economic growth, the March figures just recently announced were a major disappointment. The gain in March was a modest 120,000 jobs, half of what the gains were from December through February. And of course as soon as the statistics were announced, both the economic doubters as well as the political opponents of the Obama administration began to question the strength of the recovery. For me, one month of bad news doesn’t represent the start of a new recession just as one month of good news doesn’t represent a vibrant recovery.