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Unemployment under Republicans and Democrats—REMEMBER who buttered your bread.

Posted on: December 27, 2010

Brilliant Elitist Line of the Day… | The Gateway Pundit.

Unemployment uder the Republicans and President Bush was 5% and under the Democrats and Obama is 10%  WE MUST REMEMBER THIS.  I expect the economy to start picking up not only because the Bush Tax cuts were allowed to stay in place for two years ( should have been permanent!)  but because the Republican House will try to get thru measures that will take the government off people’s backs.  When the economy improves it is generally and often erroneously credited to the President and he gets re-elected.  We the People can not allow the voters to forget  during the next two years the real history and facts of the past three years.  All the damage done by Obama and the Democrats will be but a pimple compared to what he will do in a second term.  BB

Brilliant Elitist Line of the Day…

Posted by Jim Hoft on Monday, December 27, 2010, 12:30 PM

James Suroweiki at The New Yorker is hands down today’s elitist winner.

“The recession has been over for more than a year now, but so many people are out of work that it doesn’t feel like much of a recovery.”

That’s some recovery, boys.
The democrats doubled the unemployment rate from where it was when they took over Congress in 2007.

(Source: US Misery Index)

48 of 50 states have lost jobs since Obama rammed through his Trillion dollar stimulus bill. The Obama-Pelosi economic plan resulted in a cumulative 7.5 million jobs deficit. In fact, Barack Obama is the worst jobs president since the Great Depression.

It sure is a good thing Barack Obama ended that recession, huh?

Today’s Runner Up… NYT Paints Fairy Tale Caricature of Obama


2 Responses to "Unemployment under Republicans and Democrats—REMEMBER who buttered your bread."

Doesn’t matter whose fault it is, things will only get better when politicians and government workers on both sides of the isle can be found on street corners holding signs that read, Will Tax For Food.”

Certainly can not refute that WTFF. 🙂 BB

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