Obama: President or Campaigner-in-Chief?

By | October 11, 2010

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  1. Lorater Ngenge

    When Bush gave tax cuts to the wealthiest 2% for eight years what happened to hiring? The US economy lost more than 7million jobs under Bush and created less than 2 million inspite of his tax cuts to the wealthy and yet you guys say you wanna do the same?????? The dems inherited a mess and saved us from a disaster and wether you accept it or not the policies have led to job creation for more numbers than the entire duration of the bush presidency and the GOP golden age.If the tax break Bush gave them led to less hiring why should we believe that the one they are asking for now through the GOP will lead to more hiring??? Pls GOP and Tea partiers gimme a break.

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