As Dem Policies Continue to Fail Miserably – November Thumpin Looks More Likely
Worst. President. Ever.
Barack Obama is the worst president in history on job creation–
According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. shed 2.3 million jobs since February 2009, Obama’s first full month in office. Since Obama’s election in 2008, the US economy has shed 4.4 million jobs. That’s worse than Herbert Hoover.
The US economy lost another 125,000 jobs last month.
Barack Obama’s Keynesian policies have failed miserably. Democrats blew a Trillion dollars on a failed stimulus bill and all they managed to do was triple the national deficit in one year.
The national debt will represent 62% of the nation’s economy by the end of this year, the highest percentage since just after World War II.
It looks like despite the state-run media, democrats will pay dearly for their irresponsible failures in November.
The Politico reported:
President Barack Obama and the Democrats head into the summer campaign season with the economy slowing, unemployment flirting with double-digits — and few options for a quick fix.
Obama’s economic stimulus plan is winding down, right when Democrats need it most. And a big new jobs bill?
Forget it. House Democrats had to battle this week just to pass a bill to prevent teachers from being laid off, over the objections of 15 mostly conservative House Democrats and even Obama, who threatened a veto over how the House planned to pay for it.
The spending was so sensitive that the White House pleaded for the funding privately and through surrogates — and even ultimately in a public letter — but refused to make an official budget request, infuriating some in House leadership.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi even enlisted Mark Zandi — a former economic adviser to Republican John McCain’s presidential campaign — to make the case to her caucus for more spending. Zandi’s warning Tuesday: boost aid to the states or risk a “double-dip” recession — which House Democrats clearly understood could cross-check their chances of retaining the majority in November.
It’s that kind of year: Democrats desperately need to show midterm voters they’re doing something to create jobs. Republicans are ready to pounce, blasting the Democrats as free-spending budget-busters — and polls show voters are listening, nervous about government spending and ballooning deficits after Obama’s barrage of bailouts, stimulus and health care reform.
Good luck with that, libs.