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Why do some people say that President Obama is a job killer?

Asked By: - 9/5/2011
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Because his policies discouraged jobs and investments. Government does not create jobs, business creates jobs and the Obama administration is anti business. When he took office, he wooed the left wing environmentalists with his promises of millions of jobs (direct quote) from the new green energy. But that never... More
Answered By: Tom W - 9/5/2011
Additional Answers (12)
That's what you call a fact.
Answered By: Sophie - 9/5/2011
 
Ask the oil and coal industry.
Answered By: Schmuck - 9/5/2011
 
Because he has.
Answered By: LiberalsRNutz - 9/5/2011
 
They don't know the facts or they don't care about the truth... More
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Answered By: Mr Wolf - 9/5/2011
 
Because those people believe Obama is responsible for a global recession that started before he was President.
Answered By: Krista - 9/5/2011
 
EDITORIAL: Obamacare’s casualties: 800,000 jobs Unemployment will rise if health care takeover isn’t stopped http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/feb/11/obamacares-casualties-800000-jobs/
Answered By: BadWolf63 - 9/5/2011
 
Right-wing propaganda... More
Answered By: FeedTheHungry - 9/5/2011
 
Obamacare alone has created so much uncertainty that investors and small businesses can't predict their costs. 2700 pages and literally hundreds of new agencies.
Answered By: Joe in texas - 9/5/2011
 
Fox "news" must tell them to repeat the phrase.
Answered By: Mix Bee - 9/5/2011
 
Nothing like 26 new environmental regulations to get those companies hiring again! And just in case jobs were not growing fast enough, lets PROMISE to raise their taxes in two years. And if that does not work, we will force them to shell out for health-care at God Only Knows how much!.
Answered By: Big One 0909 - 9/5/2011
 
Because he is. They don't call him the Food Stamp president for nothing.
Answered By: I'm always right. - 9/5/2011
 
because they like to tell the truth
Answered By: consrgreat - 9/5/2011
 
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