Saturday, June 12, 2004

No Credit Where Credit Isn't Due

Survey: Bush Gets Little Credit on Jobs
WASThe U.S. economy has gained about 1.2 million jobs in the last six months, but word hasn't trickled down to most Americans, according to voters in a survey by The Associated Press.

Well, despite recent increases in employment George W. Bush certianly doesn't merit any praise for his job creation performance. He is still the only President since Hoover to oversee negative job growth and his "Jobs & Growth" dividend tax cut has fallen far short of the Administration's claims. This must come as a rather crushing blow to the Bush Campaign, which has been trying to draw public attention away from Iraq and towards the rebounding economy.


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