I believe the ACA in the short term hasn't had a big effect on the private sector, and in the long term will be beneficial.You don't think Obamacare, wealth redistribution, threats of higher taxes impact a private sector economy?
I know, for a fact, that most of the job losses over the past several years have been in the public sector. The private sector has added jobs.
I believe that "threats of higher taxes" aren't going to have a big impact, especially when the reality of those tax increases are quite small.
I think you're blowing one quarter's data utterly out of proportion.When you come off a recession like we did in June 2009 this economic growth is a disaster as is the job creation and yet the best you can do is continue to nod your head in approval of Obamanomcs?
Job growth is slowly recovering. Not where we'd want it to be, of course, but it's on the right track. One bad quarter is not going to result in massive layoffs, especially since other indicators are positive.
Obviously, no one likes a negative quarter. But it certainly isn't proof that Obama has locked the US into a permanent downward spiral.