Unemployed liberals, will you vote for Obama this year?

In Thursday's Pittsburgh Post Gazette there were a total of nine jobs ads posted in the paper. The metro population is 2.5 million people. It appears to me that job prospects cannot get any worse. I don't see Obama coming up with any solutions. He has been trying, so he says, for four years already.

Asked By: regerugged - 9/21/2012
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Of course they will. How else will they get their free handouts?
Answered By: John - 9/21/2012
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Umm, isn't it socialist to expect from government to create jobs? If theres no government investments jet, whos fault you think that is? This government or previous ones?
Answered By: Ivan - 9/21/2012
d**n right I will! He's the one who'll protect my retirement benefits! So will my nephew, who was born with physical defects that prevent his working for a living. And what century are you living in? Almost no employer advertises in the newspapers any more...especially in a rag like the Post-Gazette!
Answered By: Will Nickel - 9/21/2012
According to your lot they are unemployed because they are lazy. Unless you are trying to get their vote - then they are unemployed because of Obama. Next time you guys decide to give Mitt a spray-on tan, you might want to put it on his ears as well.
Answered By: Melissa Me - 9/21/2012
folks don't read papers all that much anymore so prospective employers find other ways to get job applicants. your problem, as I see it,is that you think only the unemployed could possibly vote for Obama. there just aren't enough to do that. so, it seems people from other circumstances actually find it possible to vote... More
Answered By: George L - 9/21/2012
I don't blame Obama for House Republicans blocking all of Obama's proposals for the last year and a half. They'd rather smother economic growth and blame Obama for the lack of jobs than help Americans get back to work and risk Obama taking the credit. Voting Republican in 2010 was a big mistake, as they are more... More
Answered By: Chewy Ivan 2 - 9/21/2012
Only the truely stupid will vote GOP in November.
Answered By: AMERICA IS DEAD - 9/21/2012
I will not vote for Obama nor will I vote for Romney. Both are for granting i****************s a free pass to citizenship without pledging loyalty to our country as my great great great grand father did when he came to Texas. Yes, my great great great grand father came to Texas, pledge his loyalty to the Mexican... More
Answered By: micheal h - 9/21/2012
Sure they will. Who needs a job, when you can get a check?
Answered By: righteousjohnson - 9/21/2012
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