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Have any Democrat Presidents created more jobs over their terms than Bush did over his?

Bush created 3 million. Could Jimmy Carter possibly have created that many? I am looking for a good source to compare job creation under Democrats vs Republicans. We know those tax cuts added a lot of jobs. I found this. http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2009/01/09/bush-on-jobs-the-worst-track-record-on-record/ Is the Wall Street Journal a Lib paper ?

Asked By: - 8/7/2010
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That "3 million" figure is WRONG! Private sector jobs were outsourced, as in LOST, and the first eight months of the Bush/Cheney presidency created ZIP..not one new job for eight full months! We lost our manufacturing base almost completely under all three of the last Republican administrations (Bartlett & Steele... More
Answered By: Armchair Goddess #1 - 8/7/2010
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Bush also lost 3 million, so I wouldn't say that created jobs. If so they weren't long lasting.
Answered By: j3 - 8/7/2010
 
Yes, Even more.
Answered By: Sugar - 8/7/2010
 
Bill Clinton created 10 million jobs........... well 7 million were blow jobs..... and 3 million were hand jobs..... my goodness, all these jobs.
Answered By: Rush Limbo - 8/7/2010
 
FDR started a lot of public work programs and also declared World War Two (with the advice and consent of Congress) so these two things make FDR the leader of the Democrats for having the most jobs created during his administrations
Answered By: MIMB - 8/7/2010
 
I believe JC did. I'll check into it... More
Answered By: catmandew - 8/7/2010
 
Well it depends on if you want real numbers or the made up ones that the Obama administration uses !
Answered By: eugene jeep - 8/7/2010
 
F. Roosevelt.
Answered By: rockfish - 8/7/2010
 
Bill Clinton - 22.7 million LBJ - 9.9 Million Bush - 1.1 Million Just a short example. Edit - It AMAZES me how cons refuse to look at the link before calling someone out on "making up numbers". Sorry, but they don't lie.
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Answered By: Taco Whore - 8/7/2010
 
No. Bush created WAY more Jobs than Obama, and nore even at his peak than Clinton. They try to tear Bush down. They are incorrect.
Answered By: Soecial Agent Princess CAT Binky - 8/7/2010
 
Every time a Democrat gets voted in they have to clean up the mess a Republican made, and then people forget and blame Democrats.
Answered By: bushliedhisazzoff - 8/7/2010
 
With respect, you need to break down jobs in the private sector with jobs in the government sector...because, government jobs to not contribute to our GNP, the government produces nothing.
Answered By: Desdamona - 8/7/2010
 
It continues to amaze me how the Liberal Democrats just invent numbers and expect the sheep to just say, "oh ya, I guess that's right." Clinton did NOT create 23 million jobs.
Answered By: Tommy - 8/7/2010
 
Um yes, ALL of them.
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Answered By: Lala - 8/7/2010
 
You people need to wake the hell up... More
Answered By: Nightwind - 8/7/2010
 
dumb luck has more to do with job creation than being president. Just look at Clinton and the luck he had with the technology boom and Bushes first 6 years with the mortgage scam created by democrat policy.
Answered By: Jack M - 8/7/2010
 
About the same.
Answered By: originalbadguy2000 - 8/7/2010
 
Have any democrat president killed as many people as Bush did in his presidency?
Answered By: Tyler - 8/7/2010
 
There were a lot of private sector jobs created on Clinton's watch. I seen were someone touted FDR as a jobs creator, but all he did was create make work projects which made the depression last longer. He stole tax money to pay one guy to dig a hole and another one to fill it in... More
Answered By: JW - 8/7/2010
 
http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2009/01/09/bush-on-jobs-the-worst-track-record-on-record... More
Answered By: mommanuke - 8/7/2010
 
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