Obama supports giving trillions to greedy bankers and now tells the nation to generate jobs
Commentary by Mike Sweigart
Obama gifts trillions to greedy bankers and now tells the nation to generate jobs
On December 3 President Obama flaunted unemployment report numbers as if we should be excited or relieved that this whole crisis engineered by the crooks on Wall Street is beginning to let up.
Statements like “We still have a long way to go” or “Overall, this is the best jobs report we’ve seen since 2007,” The President speaks with such ease as he comforts the Americans he helped gut and skin a little over one year ago. Americans alike tend to find it very insulting and almost belligerent to act as though this administration or any other in recent history is on the side of the average American.
After giving a reported 23 trillion tax payer dollars to the Wall Street mob, they still hold an expression of team spirit with the people of this Nation.
Everyone knows at least a few people who have lost a job in the last couple years and most will admit they are scared of losing their own job as well. President Obama boasts in a speech at a community college in Allentown, Pa. that even though we still lost 11,000 jobs, we lost less than expected. Most Americans are still wondering when their bailout checks will arrive.
In hearings held the same day, Lawmakers spoke of 17% unemployment while most mainstream news sources tout a fall in the rate from 10.2% to 10%.
The New York Times in an article published December 4th states:
“In the strongest employment report since the recession began nearly two years ago, the government said Friday that the nation’s employers had all but stopped shedding jobs in November, taking some of the pressure off of President Obama to come up with a wide-ranging jobs creation program.”
Does anyone remember NAFTA? You know the North American Free Trade Agreement that was signed in 1993 and streamlined by the lying fraud Al Gore? Well guess what! The jobs that left the country because of NAFTA ring in at about 2 million. Obama’s 2008 campaign pledges promised, quote “One of the first things I’ll do as President will be to call the Prime Minister of Canada and the President of Mexico and work with them to fix NAFTA.” Contrary to these promises the NAFTA Commission in October of 2009 renewed the American, Mexican and Canadian governments’ commitment to the expansion of the WTO.
Repeal NAFTA and bring those 2 million jobs back here for our people.