Do cons realize that Romney's job creation rate as governor was ranked 47th in the country?
While Romney was governor, Massachusetts lost 40,000 manufacturing jobs — a rate twice the national average — and fell to 47th in job creation, fourth from the bottom. Instead of hiring workers from his own state, Romney outsourced call-center jobs to India. Romney also cut taxes for millionaires like himself while raising them on the middle class and left the state $2.6 billion deeper in debt.
Asked By: - 7/23/2012
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That's the Mitt Romney I knew back in those days. It wasn't only call center jobs, it was software development jobs too. The only thing Romney couldn't ship out was medical jobs but I am sure he was trying to find a way. This guy is all about corporate welfare.
Answered By: Redjr01 - 7/23/2012
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"Something about governors not creating jobs" blah blah Obama and Romney are both dirtbags.
Answered By: what - 7/23/2012
there's not much you can say is there? obama's job creation is pretty poor, other than govt jobs
Answered By: team - 7/23/2012
Facts don't matter to the cons . As long as it has an " R " they vote for it . R , Romney . R , Michelle Bachmann . R , Louie Gomer . R , Alan West . R , David Vitter . R , Rick Scott .
Answered By: magick - 7/23/2012
This is true... More
Answered By: iris054 - 7/23/2012
I forget, what was your question again (must of lost track sometime during your rant) ?
Answered By: Jeff - 7/23/2012
He had to. How do you think he was going to pay for all that "free" healthcare.
Answered By: You Need Me! - 7/23/2012
They realize it, but many don't care.
Answered By: Elliot - 7/23/2012
So here it is clear and simple... More
Answered By: Whiskey Whiskey - 7/23/2012
Yes. They also realize the unemployment rate for the state at that time was about 4.7%. It is difficult to create new jobs when everybody is already working. Let us know when Obama creates a job or get unemployment down to 8%.
Answered By: Ollicopter - 7/23/2012
47th of 57?...LOL
Answered By: joeandhisguitar - 7/23/2012
I will vote for Romney over a Marxist any day.
Answered By: commish - 7/23/2012
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