imagep;1064626270]How many more jobs were they when Bush left office than when he took office? We have gained more jobs in the past six months under Obummer, than under all 8 years of Bush. For that matter, we have gained more jobs in the past two years of Obummer, than under all three Bush terms.
About 6 million with most of the losses occurring in 2008. When Obama took office there were 142 million working Americans, when the
recession began there were 146 million. That number today is 147 million. I don't call that great economic performance. Why do you
Waiting for the economic policies of Bush that created the March 2001 recession??And yes, after 7 years of Bush, we were in our second recession, both which started on Bush's watch. Blame it on whoever you like, since you can't handle the truth.
But since you prefer to ignore Bush's recession job losses, let's just start counting the Obummer job gains from employment bottomed out.
For every Gruber, there are a dozen Cheney's telling us that "deficits don't matter", as per Reagan.You don't see how that is hypocritical?
Though his questioning when 'each and every deficit actually began', so as to blame DEMs in every one of his posts, is a new rewrite of history on me.
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What is it about people like you that continues to buy the Obama rhetoric and believing in the Obama lies?
Why should it? How many "unemployed/under employed/discouraged plus marginally attached" were their when Obama took office? Again, just raw numbers don't mean anything, unless we have something to compare them to. If someone told me that there were 17 thousand of those people, that might would sound like a lot, unless I knew that it's typically tens of millions.Today there are still 17 million unemployed/under employed/discouraged plus marginally attached which of course doesn't resonate to you.
Try this one, under Obama, the foodstamp roll grew by 14.2 million people. Sounds outragous, almost unbelievable, until we find out that it grew by 14.7 under Bush.