Do you think anyone in the Obama administration, including Obama, knows anything about how to...
How can that question be answered?
Clinton created more jobs than any other president in US history, so maybe Hillary will give Obama some advice.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jobs_creat … tial_terms
This seems more like an attempt to start a fight than to ask a legitimate question.
No I don't think they do. I think they know how to set aside money to HOPEFULLY create something. But the problem is that there's so much corruption in our government, it's likely that a good portion of that money, just like in the "bank bailouts" will go to someones pocket!
I think all he will do is put us further in debt, if that is possible.
I laugh out loud when anyone in the government sector makes a reference to the government creating jobs. Governments create "environments" where businesses can flourish which in turn creates jobs. Obama and company are clueless to that concept and are actually doing just the opposite. Pelosi actually believes one of the most important things you can do to stimulate the economy is to keep handing out unemployment payments....good grief! Here's another Kool-Aid drinker that lives by the creed that government should be everything to everybody and if it is not, they plan to make it so! WB
No I don't. His ARRA stimulus did help me in the defense contracting industry though.
I have a better question, do you think anyone in the Bush Administration knew how to stop us from losing jobs. President Obama would not have to concentrate on jobs if they were not being lost under George Bush. Just something to think about. But to answer the question. Yes I do think the administration knows how to create jobs, but this cannot be done without the help of Congress and the American people. How can you blame the President's staff for not creating jobs when there are others who have been in charge of the budget, etc who have made no policies to create jobs.
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