When O's media talked about O reducing unemployment problems is this what they had in mind?

Administration shuts down drilling out west. Companies plan mass layoffs when O-care becomes a reality Coal company lays off 100 employees and blames O And the list goes onThere are larger businesses already announcing layoffs, as well. Among those doing so just in the 48 hours since President Obama was reelected are: Westinghouse, Research in Motion Ltd., Lightyear Network Solutions, Providence Journal, Hawker Beechcraft, Boeing, CVPH Medical Center, ING,Momentive Performance Materials, Husqvarna, SRA International, Darden Restaurants,, Rocketdyne, and Rockwell Collins. Maybe they are just raaaacist! No. I don't listen to Boortz. None of those references come from him. Anyone who was not drunk on Barry-aid new this was going to happen. Employers had been talking openly about it. But one must go online to find the news that is not sensored. How is redistributing of wealth a good intention? How is threatening businesses with unions, VAT, cap and trade, and unreasonable regulations a good intention? How does making job creaters pay more in taxes classify as good intentions. Sheesh

Asked By: TAT - 11/10/2012
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No. Many well intentions (and the Democrats have well intentions) often have unintended results. While there is a backlash toward the wealthier in America and many think they need to pay more taxes, there is a flaw increasing capital gains tax rates. Capital gains: s the tax from the sale of a long-term investment held... More
Answered By: Lenard Poon - 11/10/2012
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The O media blames those who react to his policies rather than the policies. I see you listen to Boortz.
Answered By: Scott Brinks - 11/10/2012
The media reported the unemployment rate as it was, whether it made Pres.Obama look good or bad. Do you even pay attention to the media you criticize? An independent study showed that the media gave the same amount of negative attention to both candidates.
Answered By: Amanda - 11/10/2012
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