Why is it now the president`s job to create jobs but in 2005 it was not the president`s job?
The former Republican administration told us in 2005 that it is not the president`s job to create jobs but now the same people say Obama is not creating enough.
Asked By: Growth vs Oil - 7/19/2011
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It is not the Presidents job to create jobs now or then... It is the presidents job to create an environment within the country to make companies want to create jobs Obama has not done that.. He has scared jobs away because of his policies like the redistribution on wealth Health care. And not having his party have set... More
Answered By: White Bear - 7/19/2011
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Because in 2005 we had about 5.5% unemployment. There was no need to create jobs.
Answered By: Free Candy - 7/19/2011
Obama said it is his job #1
Answered By: rusty - 7/19/2011
In 2005 we had full employment.
Answered By: John Doe - 7/19/2011
It the government job to GET OUT OF THE WAY of job creation.
Answered By: Obama Carny - 7/19/2011
Because in 2005, unemployment was about 5% not 10% like it is today
Answered By: Primo - 7/19/2011
Times change and with the change, rhetoric changes. If it didn't, the Republicans would have nothing to say.
Answered By: mom - 7/19/2011
Because Reps talk from both sides of their faces
Answered By: On the left and proud - 7/19/2011
I agree with the guy above me - Obama made it a point to say he was creating jobs. If you sell yourself on it, we are going to expect you to do it.
Answered By: Edward D - 7/19/2011
You seem to miss the whole point on calling liberals hypocrites. Under Bush you whined about low unemployment, but under Obama you cheer when it drops to 10%. That's hypocrisy.
Answered By: Awesome Pwnyoazz Pawsome - 7/19/2011
Yes, the GOP are partisans, not patriots.
Answered By: Hector Frodo - 7/19/2011
Last I checked Republicans are still saying the President does not create jobs, the Private sector creates Jobs. The government does however destroy jobs, by financially deterring businesses... More
Answered By: Dan T - 7/19/2011
The president, or for that matter, the Congress, cannot create jobs They can only create an economic environment that is conducive to job creation. They need to cut taxes and regulation, allowing businesses to grow and hire people. It's really not that complicated
Answered By: Radical Common Sense - 7/19/2011
Your objection seems to be around the semantics of peoples statements. The government creates only government jobs and the private sector creates only private sector jobs. People today are saying the President is not making the conditions right for job creation in the private sector. You are interpreting that to mean... More
Answered By: Their Constitution rules them - 7/19/2011
Whether they admit it or not, some Republicans actually believe that President Obama is the Messiah! I have seen them refer to the President as the Messiah numerous times on Y/A. Liberals, on the other hand think the President is a decent man with great ideas, who has been undermined by the Republicans in Congress.
Answered By: chloe - 7/19/2011
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