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Obama: Yeah, the Private Sector is Doing Fine……..WHAT!
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During a press conference on Friday morning President Obama shocked the nation when he told reporters the “private sector is doing fine” and attributed the nation’s high unemployment to a lack of state and local government jobs. Seriously?
Uh, the truth of the matter is that… as I’ve said we’ve created 4.3 million jobs over the last 27 months, over 800,000 just this year alone. The private sector is doing fine. Where we’re seeing weaknesses in our economy have to do with state and local government.
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Obama and his Marxist Czars and advisors starting to look more and more like "The Gang Who Couldn't Shoot Straight"?
Yes, and this is the man the elite liberal media tried to convince us was such a brilliant mind.
No, he really did not mean what he said. Words do have meanings, but need Obama's further clarification. He has already attempted to walk his statement back after seeing the uproar he caused.
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350 days ago
Romney Continues To Tee-Off On Obama’s “Doing Fine” Comment, Will “Go Down In History” As “Extraordinary Miscalculation”…
Mitt Romney blasted President Obama for comments during a press conference Friday where the president suggested the private sector was “doing fine.”
“He said the private sector is doing fine. Is he really that out of touch?” Romney said at an event in Council Bluffs, Ia. “I think he’s defining what it means to be out of touch with the American people.”
349 days ago
Obama may blame GOP for a bad jobs report but it’s no substitute for leadership
President Obama’s news conference Friday on jobs and the economy offered the American public nothing new. He blamed the Congress and Republicans specifically for our woes.
The president’s remarks on the economy and Congress echo President Truman’s on the ‘Do-Nothing’ Republican Congress. On the surface, the two are in very similar situations:
there is a weak economy, the president is less than popular, it is an election year, and he resorts to blaming the House, which the other party controls.
However, the central difference is that Truman matched his rhetoric with action, while Obama, so far, has not.
President Obama also reiterated, a number of times, that we need more public sector hiring.
The private sector is fine, the president said, but more jobs need to be created in state and local government.
348 days ago
He's the "little engine that never could." pResident "FREE PASS."
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