Read Employment Situation Technical Note and try to use the correct terminology. It's just confusing. For example "Bush l;ost (sic) 673,000+ PRIVATE sector in the LABOR force!" It's not clear what you actually mean: jobs, employment, or the Labor Force. Three completely different things.
Therefore, since the world has still/Much good, but much less good than ill,
And while the sun and moon endure/Luck's a chance, but trouble's sure,
I'd face it as a wise man would,/And train for ill and not for good.
TAX cuts, (After his tax cuts, Dems worked with Reagan 11 different times to get new revenues (EVEN Reagan understood basic math, unlike today's GOP) , AMNESTY, SS reform, Federal Employees Retirement System (reform), etc... Sure, Reagan didn't NEED to use executive powers like Obama NEEDS to!
I'LL DUMB IT DOWN FOR YOU
BUSH ENTERS OFFICE JAN 2001 111,859,000 Total private
BUSH LEAVES OFFICE JAN 2009 111,397, LOSS of 673,000+Total private
OBAMA ENTERS OFFICE Jan 2009 111,397,000 Total private
May 2014 116,594,000 AND INCREASE OF OVER 5+ MILLION IN THE Total private (NON FARM)
Bureau of Labor Statistics Data
The historical myth that Reagan raised $1 in taxes for every $3 in spending cuts
Despite Reagan’s claim that he made a deal with the Democrats, the Senate at the time was controlled by Republicans. Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas — then chairman of the Finance Committee and later the majority leader and Republican nominee for president — was a driving force behind a big tax increase because he was concerned about soaring deficits after Reagan had boosted defense spending and slashed taxes.
Dole warned the White House that the final year of Reagan’s three-year tax cut was at risk unless revenue could be raised in other ways
..The Pinocchio Test
It is time to abandon this myth. Reagan may have convinced himself he had been snookered, but that belief is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of the deal he had reached.
Congress was never expected to match the tax increases with spending cuts on a 3-to-1 basis
The historical myth that Reagan raised $1 of taxes in exchange for $3 of spending cuts - The Washington Post
"For what is Evil but Good-tortured by its own hunger and thirst?"
- Khalil Gibran