New Romney ad hits Obama on unemployment

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    Watching Morning Joe, they played the new Romney add. A lot of people laying in a field and then getting up with signs that said, "I'm not a bump in the road", referring to Obama saying that not every month would be good. There will be bumps in the road.

    Then some pointed out that when Romney was gov, his state was 47th in job creation and while with Bain, Romney helped fire tens of thousands of Americans and ship their jobs to China.

    Along with "Romneycare", should be interesting.
     
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    Ya pretty damn embarrassing that 47 still beats the Messiah's record.
     
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    Yeah....let's hear it, for the....

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    ....And, had to sacrifice....

    ....in-the-proce$$!!

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    Yeah......he's one-of-us.​
     
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    How exactly does 47th in the country beat out 15 straight months of job growth?
     
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    I'm still waiting for that employment bill the Republicans promised

    Oh wait....I saw it

    cut taxes and wait for the jobs to trickle down
     
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    When where taxes cut? If you are talking about the extension of the Bush tax cuts, that wasn't a tax cut, it was just a continuation of the same level of taxation as the 4 years before. Obama has never cut taxes, and never will.
     
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    I'm in favor of more unemployment, I'd unemploy the entire US Department of Education for starters
     
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    Being that education is a states rights issue and was never intended to be controlled by the federal government I would support that 100%. :clap2:
     
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    And we're still waiting on 8% unemployment, lower debt, job growth, GDP growth, stronger $, less wars, etc.
     

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