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Obama lays blame on potential job losses exactly where it belongs: On the GOP

Post by Guest on Wed Oct 19, 2011 8:31 pm

"Let's park the campaign bus, put away the talking points, and do something to address this jobs crisis," Mitch McConnell said. "The American people want action. The election's 13 months away. Let's do what we were elected to do."

Obama has only been on that "campaign bus" for three days, yet they desperately want him off it, don't they? But what have McConnell and the GOP been doing the rest of the last three years?

Obama is right—there's one party (for the most part) in DC that wants to save jobs and create new ones, and there's a party that is terrified at the prospect of job growth. There's one party that wants to see America working, and another one that is undermining our country for partisan gain.

There is nothing the GOP fears more than a job created, and they'll do everything in their power to prevent that from happening. It's now up to Obama and the Democrats (including the worthless Blue Dogs, if they want to survive 2012) to aggressively point that out.


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Re: Obama lays blame on potential job losses exactly where it belongs: On the GOP

Post by exhaustedandtired/1208 on Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:44 am

He must be running for president!!


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