Why do republicans block every jobs bill? Why are they not trying to bring jobs into?
the economy? Why do republicans prevent americans from getting work but think it's fine for company's to out source jobs to other countries? What kind of person thinks this way? You would expect it of an enemy but why do republican elected officials want to hurt our own citizens?
Asked By: marsha - 9/7/2012
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The Republicans block jobs bills because if the jobs bill succeeds, it was the Dems idea and if it fails, the Cons are partially to blame because they let it pass. Republicans are worried about their reputations and themselves.
Answered By: Julia G - 9/7/2012
Additional Answers (9)
Not just republicans. Those fools in Congress don't know how to run a government.
Answered By: James - 9/7/2012
I thought Harry Reid was a democrat! He is blocking the jobs bills in the Senate.
Answered By: Kentucky Woman - 9/7/2012
Jobs bills are passed in the House, and then Harry Reid refuses to bring them up for a vote in the Senate. Wake up.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 9/7/2012
You are kidding right? You are aware that Harry Reid is the one blocking jobs bills that are being sent from the house from being debated and voted in the Senate.
Answered By: Peppers - 9/7/2012
Ask Harry Reid. He wont even look at the House's bills for job growth. You fail.
Answered By: Nuclearsuntan - 9/7/2012
I was not aware Harry Reid changed parties.
Answered By: John Hinkle - 9/7/2012
House republicans are the ones INTRODUCING jobs bills, being REJECTED by Harry Reid in the Senate...who by the way STILL has not brought up a budget.
Answered By: crash.override - 9/7/2012
YOu need to do a little "fact" checking before you post a question like this. Obama's big jobs billl was killed in the DEmocrat lead Senate, even Harry Reid voted no. There are also no less than 20 jobs bills sitting on Reids desk because he refuses to bring them up for a vote. You can't believe the liberal media.
Answered By: Texas Patriot - 9/7/2012
Why is it these people asking question don't quote actual facts?
Answered By: Cathlin - 9/7/2012
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