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How many jobs will Romney/Ryan budget create in it's first year ?

There economic plan would cost America 1 million jobs in the first year. Ryan's proposed budget would cripple the economy. He'd slash spending deeply, which would not only slow job growth, but shock the economy and cost 1 million of us our jobs in 2013 alone and kill more than 4 million jobs by the end of 2014.? Faithful ) Innuendo and Insults only make you look childish : I am all for getting in your face with the facts. So here are the facts, The most astounding part of Romney attack on the the president over cutting Medicare by more than $700 billion despite the fact that the exact same Medicare savings are included in the Romney/Ryan budget, which Mitt Romney has said he would eagerly embraced and sign if he became president . The real scandal is that while Obamacare reinvests these savings back into Medicare to make it stronger, offer seniors new benefits, and close the prescription drug donut hole, the Romney/Ryan budget steals that same $700 billion and uses it to pay for new tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans and corporations.And worst of all, Romney and Ryan want to end Medicare as we know it and turn it into a voucher program that shifts costs to seniors. Under their original plan, seniors will pay about $6,000 a year more for their health care so millionaires can pay even le

Asked By: - 8/15/2012
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As a business man I believe R&R will have a field day supporting corporations and companies doing manufacturing of products overseas but selling the products back in the US. They will help subsidize farming by getting rid of several programs here in-country but the partnership between business and the citizen will be... More
Answered By: aeriol7 - 8/16/2012
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In the US or overseas?
Answered By: Just the facts, maam - 8/15/2012
 
"The government does not create jobs, the private sector does that." Gary Johnsons, so in short the answer is none.
Answered By: David - 8/15/2012
 
How many jobs has lost your messiah after $6 Trillion spent?
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Answered By: BadWolf63 - 8/15/2012
 
I will say about 50% of what has been lost. Just in the first year. We know others see these. What is the unemployment and what could be? You are in denial as you do not admit what makes jobs. It is not being a pacifist and few are, except Obama! You are a liar and I am in your face. Cutting spending creates jobs if... More
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Answered By: Faithful - 8/15/2012
 
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