When obama talks about creating jobs and spending us into oblivion, I could quote him as saying " we need more teachers in class rooms." as if obama equates jobs with government jobs and nothing else.
Of course everyone knows this is not job creation in the private sector and that teachers belong to unions that vote democrat.
Isnt this just buying votes that the taxpayers have to pay for, whether you are a democrat or republican?
I do not think it is in the power of any President to be able to create private sector jobs. The best we could hope for is a leader that will get the govt out of the way of entities that do create these jobs.
I don't think he is interested in it. I think its a blatant conflict of interest and a continuation of a parasitical socialist agenda. Everyone working for the government and the rest receiving assistance from the government. That is all they seem to know.
Yet Obama's approval rating is at 40 +or - percent we are being taken over from within without a shot fired:)
As for teachers voting and supporting the Socialist view, it's the elected boards of education that mess up any good that could come from the investment of time and treasure, would you agree?
by MikeNV 8 years ago
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by fishskinfreak2008 8 years ago
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by Susan Reid 7 years ago
The jobs report that came out today is dismal.Employers added only 18,000 jobs.Government shed 39,000 jobs.And here's the kicker: "Two years after the recession officially ended, companies are adding fewer workers despite record cash stockpiles and healthy profit margins."So clearly, the...
by shazz01109 8 years ago
I'm curious. Why do you affiliate yourself with a particular Party, especially with being a Democrat or Republican?
by Mike Russo 4 years ago
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by William R. Wilson 8 years ago
I got this in my email today. This is the sort of thing I hired Obama to do:Thoughts?
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