Why are people asking the president for jobs when it is not his job?
In 2005 Republicans told us it was not the presidents job to create jobs. Now Republicans say Obama is not creating enough. If presidents are creating jobs that means people in Capitalism failed the people. We don`t have to get rid of Capitalism just remove generation outsource from the system. Retire now, get out of our way. Where did all these protectionist come from?
Asked By: - 9/8/2011
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People are asking the President to create jobs because Republicans are refusing to let Congress create jobs. It is not the Presidents job to create jobs, But people have no choice now because Republicans refuse to allow Congess to create jobs.
Answered By: marsha - 9/8/2011
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Because he promised jobs over and over to get elected. He still talks about it to this day....People just want what was promised to them. Think about it, who were the ones who didn't fall for his lie? Who didn't vote for the "job creator"? That's right, the ones mocking him about it now. They didn't vote for him.
Answered By: Hit Girl - 9/8/2011
Barack "saved or created" millions, we know BS when we hear it.
Answered By: Still campaigning in 57 States - 9/8/2011
if they retire now then more of them would be on SS and medicare, then we'd really have a problem! But yes, you are right, the GOP is playing politics and its not the job of the gov't to create jobs
Answered By: Lastname Comma Firstname - 9/8/2011
i was thinking the same thing, one minute they are screaming because he has not created any jobs and the next minute they are saying government cannot create jobs
Answered By: itsamini1 - 9/8/2011
Ok then stop blaming Bush for the massive job loss when he was president. Liberals are such complete morons. No wonder they want the state to make all their decisions for them. They were born to be serfs and slaves.
Answered By: Romney '12 - 9/8/2011
Obama blamed Bush. Now his cows have come home!
Answered By: Hugh Jorgan - 9/8/2011
It is rich, isn't it... More
Answered By: Compo - 9/8/2011
The President cannot create jobs... More
Answered By: Radical Common Sense - 9/8/2011
Congress isn't doing the job it was elected to do, do what's best for the country. They do what's best for the rich in hopes they'll cross their palms with cash. Then have the audacity to blame the president. Vote those turncoats out!
Answered By: fisfall - 9/8/2011
True, the President doesn't create jobs, however, his policies and his tone affect the 'economic climate' and his regulations, health care requirements, and EPA 'witch hunts' greatly limit how industry operates... More
Answered By: vertical and dangerous - 9/8/2011
We all know that the conservatives believe the president is not suppose to make jobs yet they blame obama when we lose jobs. So I don't personally get it.
Answered By: Susan - 9/8/2011
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