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    GOP Job Creation



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    So it's the GOP's fault there are no jobs.

    Quite the interesting spin considering its the President who promised more jobs and lower unemployment.
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    Re: GOP Job Creation

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    So it's the GOP's fault there are no jobs.

    Quite the interesting spin considering its the President who promised more jobs and lower unemployment.
    ...and spent almost 800 billion to make that NOT happen.
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    So its the president's fault there are no jobs.

    Quite interesting spin considering its the House and Senate who refuse to pass any bills.

    As the tagline says:

    "Keeping Millions unemployed to put one man out of work"

    It's ok though. Lets vote another 30 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act.




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    Re: GOP Job Creation

    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    So its the president's fault there are no jobs.

    Quite interesting spin considering its the House and Senate who refuse to pass any bills.

    As the tagline says:

    "Keeping Millions unemployed to put one man out of work"

    It's ok though. Lets vote another 30 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
    It's actually more the Senate. The house has passed several things, but they won't even bring it up for a vote in the Senate.

    But the 800 billion dollar stimulus that didn't stimulate anything was what Obama wanted... and got.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    So its the president's fault there are no jobs.

    Quite interesting spin considering its the House and Senate who refuse to pass any bills.

    As the tagline says:

    "Keeping Millions unemployed to put one man out of work"

    It's ok though. Lets vote another 30 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
    And the President had both houses of Congress his first two years. Everything he wanted got passed.

    Yet unemployment kept going up. The number of folks on govt assistance went up. The number of folks losing their homes went up. The number of people dropping out of the work force went up.

    And that was in spite of his promises otherwise.

    Must have been Bush's fault.
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    Re: GOP Job Creation

    The job picture has slowly gotten better since the Republicans took the House.

    I am not contending a correlation, just noting it and it is probably something Romney should bring up in the debate and start hammering away on.




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    Re: GOP Job Creation

    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    So its the president's fault there are no jobs.

    Quite interesting spin considering its the House and Senate who refuse to pass any bills.

    As the tagline says:

    "Keeping Millions unemployed to put one man out of work"

    It's ok though. Lets vote another 30 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
    THE same ACA act that will seriously hamper small business' ability to hire new employees for the forseeable future until it is repealed? Seems like they are trying...




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