THE STIMULUS Obama wasted on Union thugs & Big Bank crooks.
Obama's Stimulus Failed To Keep Unemployment Below 8 Percent as Obama Promised
Obama's $825 Billion Stimulus Failed To Keep The Unemployment Rate Below The 8 Percent And Is Nowhere Close To The 6 Percent They Predicted It Would Be At By Now.
Instead, Since The Stimulus Was Passed, The Unemployment Rate Has Increased From 8.2 Percent To 8.5 Percent And Has Remained Above 8 Percent For A Post-WWII Record 35 Straight Months.
The Unemployment Rate Peaked At 10.1 Percent In October 2009…
As of 3/18/13 US unemployment went up in 27 states today and stayed the same in 17. Obama you failed again
Last week’s jobs report showed America’s labor workforce participation drop to 63%, the lowest level since 1979. Now Gallup has Obama approval on the economy at only 37%.
Last week’s jobs report showed America’s labor workforce participation drop to 63%, the lowest level since 1979. That means that only 63% of the civilian workforce is actively participating in the job market. (Ironically, 63 is also the number of seats Pelosi lost in 2010).
And here we are today, three years later, and Pelosi’s legacy continues to kill jobs and devastate the economy. We can’t afford to repeat the mistakes of 2010.
Last week’s disastrous jobs report confirms our greatest concern. The health care law, tax increases, and regulations are slowing growth and perpetuating uncertainty.
With trillion dollar tax hikes and a renewed focus on climate change on the agenda, it’s no surprise that the anti-jobs caucus wants a majority in Congress so they can once again have free rein. With your help, that will never happen.
It’s time to get our economy back on track.
jeffreyinwi - here are some facts for you Obama added $7,000,000,000,000,000 000.00 Trillion to our US debt. Just Google National Debt Clock. It is Now over $17 Trillion Dollars.
Now each American owns $70,080.00 of above debt thanks to 4 years of Obama record deficit crazy spending to date.
"The U.S. government sold off nearly a half-billion dollars in General Motors stock in February, accelerating the winding down of its stake in the nation's largest automaker.
The Treasury Department revealed in a monthly report that it sold GM shares worth $489.9 million last month, more than three times the $156.4 million it sold in January, the first month it started selling shares on the open market."
As usual, drstone3 is wrong again. You'd think a person would get tired of being so wrong so often. He must live a miserable life. People that complain so much can't possibly be happy.