Is the president really worried about jobs?
I find It funny that after bailing out banks. I was on the phone with JP morgan Chase to confirm the amount of payment to send in at the end of the conversation since i found it hard to understand the person i asked where I was calling It seams that JP morgan Chase sent our jobs to Argentina.
Asked By: jstkz - 1/28/2010
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That would be JP Morgan Chase that sent the jobs to Argentina - not Obama. And the bailout wasn't a take over where the President got to then run the banks. He IS worried about jobs.
Answered By: Mad Mama - 1/28/2010
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junk jobs that keep people dependent on the government, yes. Real jobs that would interfere with his policies to redistribute wealth internationally, no.
Answered By: DAR - 1/28/2010
maybe he is worried, but I don't believe he knows how to create private sector jobs.
Answered By: Michael - 1/28/2010
Obama had to switch gears after the Massachusetts defeat last week. Obama is about taking America down...any way he can.
Answered By: ocean_scoop - 1/28/2010
Yes, his job!
Answered By: Idiots Rule - 1/29/2010
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