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07-08-2011, 12:41 AM
...piece of proposed GOP legislation puts more people out of work and then they complain about Obama not creating jobs.

Go figure.


07-08-2011, 04:21 AM
Such as?

07-08-2011, 06:37 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LWW</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Such as? </div></div>

Make it easier for you. Name me<u> one piece of legislation</u> the the GOP have introduced or are even advocating that increases jobs.


<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Extreme Political Agenda, Not Jobs, Behind Budget Cuts Across Country
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Andy Richards on our Field Communications staff highlights the anti-jobs agenda of Republican state and national lawmakers.

Earlier this year, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels sat down with NPR. During the interview, he was asked whether he thought pushing a partisan political agenda that includes deep budget cuts were worth it even if it cost a lot of jobs. He empathetically answered, “Yes.” This zeal for moving extreme partisan policies at all costs has taken hold across the country with anti-working family governors and their political allies. These lawmakers ran on promises of creating jobs but instead are leaving behind massive job loss after passing ideologically-driven budgets with cuts to education, health care and other vital services that hurt working families and local communities.

Take for example Wisconsin, Ohio, Florida and Michigan. Reports show that the punishing budget cuts and partisan agenda of Govs. Scott Walker, John Kasich, Rick Scott and Rick Snyder could cost more than 100,000 jobs. Here are the numbers, state-by-state:

More than 21,000 jobs are likely to be lost because of Gov. Walker’s budget, according to a UW-Madison economist study.
Innovation Ohio estimates Gov. Kasich’s budget will cause the loss of more than 51,000 jobs.
Gov. Scott’s budget would cost well over 14,000 jobs, according to estimates from the St. Peterburg Times.
A report released in Michigan last week shows that nearly 15,000 education jobs because of Gov. Snyder’s budget cuts.

Add the 28,000 jobs lost from the refusal of Walker, Kasich and Scott to build high-speed rail in their states to that total and you are well above 100,000.

<u>Federal lawmakers have drunk the Kool-Aid, too. The destructive agenda of out-of-touch lawmakers like Republican Reps. Paul Ryan (Wis.) and Eric Cantor (Va.), would cost between 1.7 million and 2.2 million jobs in the first two years if their budget plan took effect, according to reports earlier this year from Moody Analytics and the Economic Policy Institute.

But then, they don’t seem to really care</u>. Here’s House Majority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio):

Over the last two years since President Obama has taken office, the federal government has added 200,000 new federal jobs. <span style='font-size: 14pt'>And if some of those jobs are lost in this, so be it. We’re broke. It’s time for us to get serious about how we’re spending the nation’s money.</span> </div></div> link (http://blog.aflcio.org/2011/07/07/extreme-political-agenda-not-jobs-behind-budget-cuts-across-country/)

07-08-2011, 06:52 AM
Please rephrase you question in English?

You are obviously confused ... "n me me" makes zero sense.

On top of that, you appear to be claiming that Scott Walker is a member of the US congress.

That being said, let's review the results following the Wisconsin budget overhaul:

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Wisconsin’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate stood at 7.4 percent in March, unchanged from the previous two months, but down from 9 percent for the same period a year ago, according to new figures from the state Department of Workforce Development.
Preliminary figures show that 9,800 jobs were added in the private sector in March, including 2,800 in the manufacturing sector. The manufacturing sector had job gains of 4,800 in February and 3,900 in January, according to the department.
Wisconsin’s unemployment rate remains below that of other manufacturing-heavy states, including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio, the department said. </div></div>
OH DEAR! (http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2011/04/15/wi-unemployment-rate-down-9-percent.html)

Now, let's review the democrooks success rate. They took over congress in 01/07 ... their policy began to take effect in 01/08 UE stood at 4.6%. By the end of the year it was 4.7%.

Then, in 2008, their policies began to become law. By the end of the year it rose to 6.8% ... an increase of nearly 50%.

Then came the immaculation of dear leader in 2009. By year's end it stood at 10% ... another increase of nearly 50% and more than double what it had been a short 2 years earlier.

By the end of 2010 it had plummetted to 9.8% ... a massive 2% decrease, and still well over double the rate the democrooks had "INHERITED" from the prior congress.

Six months later the moonbat crazy left is dancing in the streets over a UE rate of 9.2%.

And your point was what ... other than to show how easily led by the nose you are?

07-08-2011, 08:08 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">...piece of proposed GOP legislation puts more people out of work and then they complain about Obama not creating jobs.
</div></div>So what you are saying is if the GOP don't get their way then people still don't get a job. Great idea nutjob.


07-08-2011, 08:11 AM
And the unemployment rate just went which way?

07-08-2011, 08:19 AM
According to Snoopy ... Obama made UE go down, but then Bush made it go back up again.