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Obama Doesn't Have a Jobs Plan

jdahlberg353 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 10:31 AM
To all you Obama supporter you don’t seem to have any answer to my question about how Obama will get jobs started. So I have another question that may be easier to answer. You all take a stand that voting for Romney will bring us back to type of policy that started this mess. Well let’s start with the housing loans, should we go back to home loans for all whether they can afford it not. (Which democrats supported not the Republicans). Is this what you mean? How about unemployment? We had fewer than 6% unemployment; do we really want to go back to those figures? How about more money coming into the government thru lower taxes and low unemployment? That can’t be the goal of a good democrat or Obama can it? So what is it that you are afraid of
Illbay Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 2:31 PM
I have YET to ask this question of any Leftard, or Leftard generally, and have it answered.

Please describe for me "the failed policies of the Bush administration" that you claim got us into this mess. I hear this statement time and time again with NO clear definition of what the **** it even means, or what they're talking about.

Follow up: Please describe also, the things that B. Hussein Obama did to CORRECT those "failed policies."

I REPEAT: NOT ONE LEFTARD HAS EVER GIVEN ME AN ANSWER TO THAT QUESTION. NOT. ONE.
jdahlberg353 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 10:34 AM
con't from above
about going back policy that gives us 6% unemployment instead of 8% and higher that we have today? What’s wrong with a balance budget? Democrats and Obama are against it, why? Is it smaller government that scares you? Bigger government that makes you feel secure?
I would like to hear from a Obama supporter and explain what the real goal for Obama and the democrats? Why not be honest and tell the American people what your agenda really is.

Fear not; Barack Obama has an economic plan for America, and it's all in a glossy brochure, called "The New Economic Patriotism: A Plan for Jobs & Middle-Class Security" -- an antidote, we're told, to the vagueness of Mitt Romney's agenda.

This is what the president, according to a campaign official, believes will ensure that "every voter knows what a second term of an Obama presidency would mean for middle-class Americans." So, in other words, a shiny substance-free pamphlet is a metaphor for the Obama presidency -- because these 11 pages of fluff make Romney's tax proposal look like...