Skip to comments.Barack Obama: The Anti-Job, Anti-American Dream President
Posted on 12/28/2011 7:47:54 AM PST by TheCollegeConservative
In the run-up to the 2008 elections, candidate Obama captivated millions of Americans with his hope and change rhetoric and the promise of a new and better America. Obama was cool, and perceived as the candidate that understood the needs and wants of ordinary Americans. Obama was (wrongly) perceived as the candidate who could get Americans back to work with good-paying jobs.
Therefore, candidate Obama became President Obama. Three years later, however, millions of Americans regret their vote for Obama; as his narrow-minded, far-left ideology is destroying good-paying American jobs and the American Dream.
The Obama administration is synonymous with unemployment and stunted economic growth. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Obama was inaugurated with an unemployment rate of 7.8%; today, the unemployment rate is 8.6%. Under Obama, the current underemployment rate (U6) is 15.6%; and absolutely ridiculous.
Moreover, the current unemployment rate is higher than what Obama promised the American people it would be, when the Democrat-controlled Congress unwisely passed his wasteful stimulus. The same wasteful stimulus, which the Congressional Budget Office projected will harm long-term economic growth, denied hardworking Americans good-paying jobs and self-respect.
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If it’s really that great, why don’t you post the whole thing here?
This is a discussion forum, not a hit farm.
How can we tell? Only part of the analysis was posted.
Well, for a growing number of people The American Dream is to “get over” on Whitey and never have to work at a job...so maybe Obama is the perfect President for his time.
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