On the Failed Job Creation Front, Obama Has Completely Run Out of Ideas

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    excellent read in Forbes.

    On the Failed Job Creation Front, Obama Has Completely Run Out of Ideas - Forbes

     
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    Anyone can see he is out of answers, he is all talk but is doing nothing.
     
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    Anybody with one eye and half sense knows that when Mitch Mcconnell and John Boehner said their primary purpose would be to ensure that Obama would be a one term president we have had a "Do Nothing" congress. No president has ever been able to control anything without some help...it's the way our forebears set up the system. Considering where we were the president hasn't done bad:

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    oh... an unsubstantiated chart from a blog! Let's all bow to it! :rolleyes:
     
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    Care to tell me why Obama has not met with his Jobs Council this year?
     
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    No kidding. You'd think we have millions of jobs floating everywhere. Fact is we are still over 8%.
     
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    Your opinion piece in the OP is less substantiated than the job growth chart Cambell provided. We KNOW that there has been continuous private sector job growth for the last two years. We also know that the GOP has stopped any meaningful jobs legislation from seeing the light of day. It wouldn't be prudent for the GOP to pass any legislation that would actually help the American people...until after the election.
     
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    Because they finished their work? Because Obama met with them after they completed their work, and implemented most of their recommendations, that Republicans weren't obstructing?

    Why are you lying?
     
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    Hilarious. Even business, all business, says the ONLY thing that would cause them to hire is "demand". You know, the "demand" from the equation of "supply and demand"? It's not even mentioned in your article.

    What did one Republican on this site say about "demand" driving the economy? Oh that's right. The idea is "absurd" and loony far left.
     

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