Skip to comments.Obama’s gloves come off ahead of jobs report
Posted on 11/02/2012 7:50:13 AM PDT by BlatherNaut
President Obama cast aside his hurricane-inspired role as comforter in chief and tore into rival Mitt Romney going on offense ahead of todays jobs report and just hours after urging Americans to unite in the wake of superstorm Sandy.
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He never meets with the Cabinet he has.
Chavez does the same thing every election year.
I will however send money to St. Jude's children hospital in lieu of NYC since NYC will get monies from MY TAXES.
Your best unemployment rate is still higher than Bush’s worst. You failed.
Bastich is on my TV screen from Hilliard, Ohio ‘standing’ with the peeps of New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey. How swell of him.
If things are so swell and Obama is ranting and raving about his terrific economy, how come the stock market is falling this morning???
Obama meant to say UNION ONLY Americans to unite in the wake of superstorm Sandy.
No need for a new chair, there's an empty one already there.
Maybe someone should introduce Barry Benghazi to the Sec of Labor and the Sec of Commerce and explain to him what they're supposed to do.
Romney needs to take off the gloves regarding Benghazi and the biggest presidential cover-up of the last 50 years.
It was an awful report. The number of unemployed increase by 170,000 almost perfectly offsetting the gain in jobs of 171,000.
'gloves off '
You're exactly right.
Furthermore, if you calculate a running average of the unemployment rate during GW’s 8 years in office, it's 5.5%
For B.O.’s 4 years, it's 9.2%
Next time BO says we don't want to go back to “those things” that didn't work in the last Administration. I proudly say- YES WE DO!
Another thing I'd like to "go back to" is our AAA credit rating. That's something our side should tie around Odumbutt's scrawny neck. And no murdered Ambassadors. And no bowing and scraping before foreign heads of state.
To be fair, it's because the workforce participation rate went up, too. On the whole, it's actually a positive report, but a) it could just be a statistical blip, and b) even if it isn't, it's far too modest of an improvement to indicate a "recovery".
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