Bill O’Reilly’s Epic Rant: Ghost of Ronald Reagan Haunts Obama (Video)

The ghost of Ronald Reagan haunts Barack Obama.
So does the success of Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan created jobs. Barack Obama is the worst jobs president since the Great Depression.
Ronald Reagan cut taxes. Barack Obama punished Americans making less than $120,000 a year with the ObamaTax. Barack Obama is raising taxes on 940,000 households by ending Bush tax cuts on “wealthy.”
Ronald Reagan was a success. Barack Obama is a disappointing failure.

Bill O’Reilly blasted Barack Obama in Monday night’s Talking Points Memo.
“The Ghost of Ronald Reagan Haunts Obama”
Via FOX Nation:


From the video:

O’REILLY: Mr. Reagan kept the federal government mostly in check during his eight years in office, adding about 12,000 workers in that time. By contrast, Jimmy Carter added almost 100,000 federal jobs in just four years. During Mr. Obama’s first three years in office, the feds have added about 130,000 employees… more than 10 times what Reagan added in eight years. So you can see that Mr. Obama’s philosophy is the exact opposite of Mr. Reagan’s.

But history shows President Reagan was successful in reviving the American economy. So that’s why Mr. Obama’s policies are a bit perplexing.

In June, just 80,000 jobs are created in the USA, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but 85,000 workers… 85,000 left the marketplace in order to get disability payments.

Since June of 2009, there have been 2.6 million jobs created in America. But 3.1 million people have gone on disability. The math is clear… American workers are leaving their jobs to get paid by the taxpayers. And disability payments are at a record rate. That’s a disaster for America.

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