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The Obama Stimulus Created More Jobs In 2010 Than Bush Did in 8 Years

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The Obama Stimulus Created More Jobs In 2010 Than Bush Did in 8 Years

Post by Guest on Mon Aug 15, 2011 1:03 pm

The Republican candidates seeking the nomination for president in 2012 have assailed President Obama for failing to provide jobs for Americans, but their assertions that they have the answers to put Americans back to work are fallacious at best and at worst, outright lies.

First, it is worth noting that President Obama and Democrats created more jobs in 2010 than George W. Bush did in his eight year reign of economic malfeasance. From Bush’s first month in office until December of 2009, the economy added 1 million jobs, but in 2010 alone the economy added at least 1.1 million jobs and though the numbers show improvement, there is still a long way to go to get 14.5 million more Americans gainfully employed. It is unfortunate, but if Republicans were not so bent on obstructing President Obama’s economic agenda the unemployment numbers would be much lower and the economy would be on a more solid foundation. Economists have outlined what measures to take to improve job creation, but because Republicans are ill-equipped to take advice from experts they are resorting to their tired canards of tax breaks for the wealthy’s corporations and deregulation of environmental protections.


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