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  • steeleeb53 steeleeb53 Aug 16, 2012 5:39 PM Flag

    The Left it trying so hard...

     

    ...to keep the focus on how they think conservative values/policies are so wrong...while we have obama at the helm of a failed presidency.

    Does our country really deserve to have obama steering us, for four more years, right over the cliff...to total destruction?

    On the one hand, we have speculation about a Romney win, versus a known failed presidency.

    A Romney win could, at the very least, give us a group of people willing to steer us away from that cliff. An obama win puts us four more years closer to that brink...

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    • Did we deserve 8 years of Bush? That is the question. Blaming Obama for not cleaning up the mess in four years isn't selling. Why? Because most people already knew it would take more than four years. You see, that's what really pi&&es you off. The fact that most people are intelligent enough to understand what happened, and they haven't forgotten it.

    • Your crosseyed pinhead JOKE President already PROVED that point, chief!


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      January 9, 2009, 12:04 PM ET.

      Bush On Jobs: The Worst Track Record On Record.
      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.

      Here’s a look at job creation under each president since the Labor Department started keeping payroll records in 1939. The counts are based on total payrolls between the start of the month the president took office (using the final payroll count for the end of the prior December) and his final December in office.

      Because the size of the economy and labor force varies, we also calculate in percentage terms how much the total payroll count expanded under each president. The current President Bush, once taking account how long he’s been in office, shows the worst track record for job creation since the government began keeping records. –Sudeep Reddy



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