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How many Jobs did BH Obama create by launching 300 Cruise Missiles into Libya, what is the jobs per bomb ratio?

I'm thinking since he promised 8 Million Jobs. If we get 10 jobs per bomb then it will only take 800 thousand bombs to revitalize the US Under Employment issue. So with about 366 bombs a day Obama could jump start the Economy by the time he leaves office

Asked By: Obama W. Bush - 3/20/2011
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Probably quite a few jobs at General Dynamics, since they make the Tomahawk Cruise missile.
Answered By: Country Club Conservative - 3/20/2011
Additional Answers (10)
He's reducing unemployment in Libya by thinning out the ranks of job seekers
Answered By: CaliDreamer - 3/20/2011
 
Jobs made:lives lost = fail
Answered By: Turtle - 3/20/2011
 
So far, more than the newly elected GOP House Majority. They've only redefined a r**e law and stopped funding of NPR. Great Work!!!!
Answered By: FLSwampBoy - 3/20/2011
 
based on George W Bush's missiles lobbed in the middle east per jobs created ratio, i think each missile cost the country a few jobs.
Answered By: Lebron James - 3/20/2011
 
http://joechianakas.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/chart-job-growth-bush-obama.jpg
Answered By: Stan Bymee - 3/20/2011
 
I am not sure. I am still waiting for the "trickle down of wealth" from the Bush tax cuts the GOP insisted on having.
Answered By: ponpon - 3/20/2011
 
If the messiah dropped the bombs on US cities, he could create extra jobs repairing the damage, digging the graves, etc. Also, bombs falling on US cities would be a "crisis", so we would need more taxes, more regulation, more bureaucrats, etc. ACORN could get a big grant to provide emergency child prostitution... More
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 3/20/2011
 
100% agreed.
Answered By: Felipe Splinter - 3/20/2011
 
So FLSwampboy advocates the killing of Libyan civilians. Not really surprised.
Answered By: Sock Monkey - 3/20/2011
 
didnt know launching missles could create jobs. Or is that only what anti obama idiots think
Answered By: Craig List - 3/20/2011
 
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