When are we going to start seeing some jobs from the Bush Tax cuts?

I don't mean since 2010, I mean since 2003. They have added 1.2 Trillion to the National Debt . Yet we have added less than half the Jobs Clinton did without them. Why Aren't they producing jobs. And if it's not working, why don't we do what Clinton did being his plan was proven effective? 24 Million New jobs in 8 years under clinton. Or 5 Million new jobs Under Bush with his Tax cuts?

Asked By: - 3/13/2011
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The Bush tax cuts to the ultra rich were supposed to create more jobs, and raise salaries of working Americans... More
Answered By: Dick Cheney - 3/13/2011
Additional Answers (16)
Bush had an unemployment level of 4.7%. Since Obama was elected, we've been north of 8%. 4.7% is a number Obama will never see.
Answered By: Scooterpoop - 3/13/2011
Obama is too busy destroying them, faster than we can make them the only solution is to get rid of obama
Answered By: Bottom Contributor - 3/13/2011
Hussein and his union buddies,sent them to China!!!!!!
Answered By: Bulldog - 3/13/2011
They created 7 million. Fannie Mae/Obama lost 7 million though. I understand that honesty isn't a strong-suit for you liberals, but enough is enough of the lies, pal.
Answered By: Sig Sauer P-239 - 3/13/2011
As soon as they bust the unions and can start hiring people at less than minimum wage, with no workplace protections. When Americans are willing to work for third-world wages, they'll start hiring Americans. Until then, they need more tax cuts so they can keep up the facade.
Answered By: Bug - 3/13/2011
It didn't work. Tax cuts don't create jobs, they increase the debt.
Answered By: Air force Devil dog - 3/13/2011
Can't you see them already? Since the Bush tax cuts was renewed unemployment rate fell from 9.8% to 8.9%. The labor department said they was 190,000 jobs added last month.
Answered By: My Constitution - 3/13/2011
a six year old monkey could have led the 90's to prosperity
Answered By: Whole Picture - 3/13/2011
Boo Hoo. Please get over November and Wisconsin. You will never be able to handle 2012. LOL
Answered By: Libs, Zero Tolerance - 3/13/2011
The tax cuts passed ten years ago, right after 9/11, were intended to help lift the country out of the rescession caused by the terrorist attacks. They worked. The economy recovered and the Bush years were properous, until the Dems took over congress in 2006.
Answered By: Joe in texas - 3/13/2011
Don't move, they are about to trickle all over you. Joe, Joe, Joe, you believe that crap? Truth is the economy started to falter in 2005 and the Dems had every one of their bills vetoed by W. Try looking for the truth someday, ok?
Answered By: Agent Orange - 3/13/2011
The Bush tax cuts got us out of the Clinton recession.
Answered By: Sean - 3/13/2011
Maybe soon. The House is controlled by Republicans now so investors and business people know we can block any anti-business legislation... More
Answered By: 0bozo the Warmonger - 3/13/2011
24 million new jobs under Clinton??? Who did the math on that one??? You mind explaining to me WHERE those jobs were?? That sounds more convoluted then his administrations' stats on gun control!!
Answered By: Dear Blabby - 3/13/2011
Your premise is all wrong. It's not the fact that you didn't take money from people, in the form of higher taxes, that increased the deficit. It was the spending of money the government didn't have that caused the debt. Please educate yourself and look at Bush's unemployment average versus Obama's.
Answered By: goldspursx3 - 3/13/2011
The Bush cuts were for the Clinton recession which was cause by the tech bust and cooked books such as that of Enron. Much of that recession fall out happened in 2001 after Clinton left. Enron collapsed in the fall of 2001 and President Bush had ordered the other companies to fix their books which shaved off billions... More
Answered By: gregory_dittman - 3/13/2011
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