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  • dowjones1234 dowjones1234 Mar 28, 2012 5:05 PM Flag

    Before You Vote, Understand the Facts!

    Poor logic and a distortion of the facts! The only thing that progressive liberals are good at is "spinning" the facts, spending other peoples money, protecting antiquated unions and non productive government workers!

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    • Wrong. Bush led us down this path of destruction. Clinton had just created more jobs than any president and GW blew it (just like daddy did on jobs)!

      "By WSJ Staff

      President George W. Bush entered office in 2001 just as a recession was starting, and is preparing to leave in the middle of a long one. That’s almost 22 months of recession during his 96 months in office.

      His job-creation record won’t look much better. The Bush administration created about three million jobs (net) over its eight years, a fraction of the 23 million jobs created under President Bill Clinton‘s administration and only slightly better than President George H.W. Bush did in his four years in office."

      Source:
      http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2009/01/09/bush-on-jobs-the-worst-track-record-on-record/

      Would you like to play with numbers manipulation? Ready when you are. Let's stick to facts (like I just provided).

      I see Obama's approval numbers just busted above 50%. Did you guys figure out who you might want to run yet?

      Your serve.

 
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