President Obama's biggest dilemma

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    It makes no difference how many times the President says "We've saved or created 4.5 million jobs", no difference whatsoever, as long as unemployment continues to stay above 8%. Even with the "It would've been much worse" line, it makes no difference.

    You see, the people of this great country don't see any change, they don't see the 4.5 million jobs "Saved or Created" since that 8% never changes. It just shows that the Obama Administration has lost that many jobs along the way to "Saving or Created". As a matter of fact, as the rate continues to go from 8% to 8.1% to 8.2% to 8.3%, he's losing even more jobs. All the people care about is that number and that number is going up, not down.
     
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    What about those no longer counted. It's a lot higher than what most think.
     
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    just ask Obama today what his great plan is for creating more jobs.......he has none.....

    ...all he really says is spend more money on more "stimulus plans"......and we all know how well those worked.....:rolleyes:
     
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    not to mention that the "it would've been much worse" should really be it is much worse then we tell you
     
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    High unemployment, lower wages, falling net worth, rising food prices, rising gas prices, more people than ever on welfare...............yea, Obamalama, should be easily re-elected.
     
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    All Romney needs to do is hit unemployment for a couple of days, jump to Americas debt for a couple of days, then go to taxes, back to unemployment, rising prices, stale economy, back to unemployment, just go through everything bad about President Obama and Democrats, constantly.

    A vicious circle with Romneys plan on how to fix everything thrown in and dictate this election. Sure, President Obama will try to change the dialog, but a quick 5-10 second answer then 20 seconds of how to fix whatever lie the President brings, and we will be saying "Ex-President Obama" and "President Romney".
     
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    It is one thing that Obama has difficulty in reducing the 8% but is this guy really that stupid to continue to support so many rules and regulations from the EPA,OSHA/SEC/Banking/etc. that have ACTUALLY DESTROYED jobs!

    Here are ten examples:

    In April, the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel issued a complaint against the Boeing company challenging the airline manufacturer’s decision to open a new plant in South Carolina, a right-to-work state.

    The Obama administration has proposed new maximum-achievable-control-technology (MACT) standards and a cross-state air-pollution rule (CSAPR) for utility plants that will have a direct impact on utilities prices across the country. The new rules will affect more that 1,000 fossil-fuel-fired power plants, a number of which will likely be forced to shut down.

    The EPA’s new “boiler MACT” rules would impose stricter emissions standards for some 200,000 commercial, institutional, and industrial boilers nationwide

    A U.S. Commerce Department analysis predicted job losses of up to 60,000 as a result of the stricter requirements — much greater than the EPA had initially claimed — while some estimates put the job loss figure at closer to 200,000.

    Ten Job-Destroying Regulations - Andrew Stiles - National Review Online

    And those are just 3 job killing Rules and regulations put in place by Obama!!
     
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    It's hanging around his neck like a rotting albatross hence the diversions that his camp is now employing.
     
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    More job KILLING actions by Obama's administration...


    The EPA has, for the first time ever, proposed national restrictions on coal ash, a byproduct of coal-burning power plants. Utility and power producers predict the cost of these rules will exceed $100 billion and force them to retire about one-fifth of the nation’s coal capacity, which could mean the loss of well over 100,000 jobs.


    Obama has sought to push ahead with his environmental agenda through the EPA and the creation of strict new ozone-pollution standards.
    Many Republicans view this as the single most harmful regulation proposed by the administration and estimate that the total cost of implementation will be at least $1 trillion over a decade and millions of jobs
     

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