Skip to comments.“Mister President where are the jobs?” and other screeches from Nancy Pelosi
Posted on 08/08/2013 8:57:16 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
Mister President where are the jobs? Remember when Nancy Pelosi incessantly screeched that phrase over and over during the George W. Bush administration? We havent heard her whining like this or using the companion phrase hamburger flipper jobs very much lately have we? If Pelosi said these things today she would look even dumber than she did the first time because Democrat Barack Obamas job production numbers are embarrassingly poor compared to those of the leading Republican president of our time Ronald Reagan.
Each month brings us terribly weak job production from Obama. During his first term in office Obama produced an average of 97,020 a month for a total of 4,657,000, nowhere near the minimal, break even plateau of 150,000 jobs a month needed just to keep from falling further behind.
By contrast Ronald Reagan, the Republican president Democrats love to hate, produced jobs during his first term at a dizzying pace. His policies put a total of 11.2 million Americans back to work after the disastrous single term of...
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Read the headline in the newspaper on the floor by the failure to launch.
They are in China, stupid.
Terms somehow missing from the MSM since Jan 09:
recovery for Wall $treet but not Main Street
Afghanistan body counts
Boehner says that every time he’s on TV, right? Right?/s
Well, he should!!!!
I’ve said before; it’s not the governments job to create jobs. However it can do certain things that encourage job creation by corporations and small businesses.
Increase the pay for McJobs
homelessness gives you a chance to see the world
unexpected Main Street slow growth recovery
New Story: Finding Afgans in Afganistan
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