View Full Version : Economics Obama's War on Unemployment

05-27-2012, 08:07 AM
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Iz Zat Chew
05-27-2012, 09:35 AM
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If Obama was a man of his words he would withdraw from the race right now. It's not down where he said it would be, won't be where he said it would be and does not stand a chance of being where he said it would be by the election.

He said, in so many words, if the numbers are not where he predicted them this is a one term proposition.

I can live with that proposition.

05-27-2012, 10:37 AM
Is the solution really that hard? If we cut regulations that hinder small businesses, that creates the innovation that creates jobs. If we dismantle public sector unions, that gets the public sector to again focus on efficiency and performance, which gives us better use of taxpayer money. If conservatives would stop babying executives who act in their own self interest instead of their company's, we wouldn't see a few bad apples take our economy a big step back.

Those 3 fixes alone, to me, would fix quite a bit. But our partisan stubbornness creates internal wars on these issues instead of seeking compromise. Ohio is a classic example. They created a war on teachers and cops, when they should have talked about unions as the culprits who were acting against teachers' interests.