How is Obama killing jobs? Why don't republicans want to reinvest in our infrastructure?

Please, don't say the cliche 'regulations, taxes, those are what kill jobs' ... We are looking for facts/evidence, not fox news and Limbaugh biased talking points. And Obama kills jobs how? MacGyver - what has Obama done to kill jobs? Typical republican't give an informed answer

Asked By: - 2/27/2012
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Obama uses the word invest without understanding what it means. To him, invest is an excuse to throw money at a problem. SPENDING on infrastructure is important. However, to Obama this is less about the infrastructure and more about how Progressives think jobs are created; government initiatives of endless subsidies... More
Answered By: Socrates - 2/27/2012
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The so called stimulus was supposed to have already done that! But instead it went to prop up unions because even O'Bama now admits that there is no such thing as a shovel ready project!
Answered By: IceT - 2/27/2012
Yes.. you're going past Fox news and right to mindlessly repeating Obama's lies and nonsense like a good little sheep... More
Answered By: How would I know - 2/27/2012
They want to make Obama look bad
Answered By: Troy - 2/27/2012
We don't have money for infrastructure. If you spend money on infrastructure, it's a temporary band-aid at best. Once the money for the project is gone, the stimulus affect disappears... More
Answered By: kchess07 - 2/27/2012
Infrastructure jobs...let us talk about them for a minute than... More
Answered By: Whiskey Whiskey - 2/27/2012
Increase in minimum wage Yes regulation Increase in Contributions to unemployement Infastructure if funded properly but handing over 3 million so a state can put up Porta Johns in a State park does NOT create jobs. giving money to failing companies does not create jobs.
Answered By: Ariaread - 2/27/2012
Well basic economics tell us that taxes and excess regulation raise the cost of doing business which is a job killer in itself. So use basic economics as the fact base and stop trying to say it's a Fox News issue every time somebody speaks the truth. Typical Lib for ya.
Answered By: Macgyver - 2/27/2012
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