I did list my claims that you cannot refute.
It is further your opinion that the president does not have complete control. Anything that happens on a presidents watch is his/hers. Period. Obama is the Commander in Chief and is our president, same as presidents before him. It is the president that takes credit for the good times and bad times. The buck stops with him. And I don't care who it is, nor does history as history is written by what happens a that presidents watch.
You can cherry pick all you want, and say, yeah Obama should take credit for this and that, but not all that other stuff. What a crock.
Liberals - Punish the Successful, Reward the Unsuccessful
Liberals - Tax, Borrow, Spend, and Give Free Stuff
Obama's legacy - National Debt / Credit Downgrade / Obamacare Failure / Economic Failure / Foreign Policy Failure / Liar of the Year Award / The Rise of ISIS
Where is N is employment, F is a function, and D is expected demand. This states that expected demand directly causes employment. In the real world, expectations are not a measurable quantity and have no place in an equation. Demand signals in supply/demand models (accepted by all economists even commies) are not realized until a purchase is made. Another quantification of the unquantifiable is Keynes' MPC (marginal propensity to consume) stating the net result of a government check going to a worker (lets call that result Y) will lead to 10(Y) because 90% of that check will be used in consumption. The problem for which from a mathematical perspective is the assumption that the 10% saved (not used for consumption) is stuffed into a mattress. It is not, when savings are invested they convert to spending (by banks, corporate capital expenditures etc.). So, when we realize 100% of stimulus is spent, the "multiplier effect" self destructs and becomes infinite.
Don't be mad bro, it's just math.