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The specter of elections past: Here is some of what “doing a lot better” really amounts too…
In Baltimore, of all places with plenty of “space to destroy,” and a mosque full of radical Islamic extremists, Obama said the country is “doing a lot better” than when he took office, citing progress against Islamic State forces and curbing Iran’s nuclear program – as well as lower gas prices, 18 million people gaining health insurance and 5 percent unemployment. Of course there is no word on the successes of forced underemployment and the replaced American workers programs. Or, the 20 trillion dollar debt, less jobs, and the embarrassing post-American foreign policy.
U.S.-based companies announced 75,114 planned job cuts last month, up more than 200 percent from a 15-year low in December, according to global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. That figure was also 42 percent higher from a year ago.
Not to forget the other “good news,” as it is perceived by this deluded administration; like “The U.S. economy slows to a pace of 0.7 percent in the 4th quarter of 2015,”
The U.S. has fallen from the 6th freest economy in the world, when President Barack Obama took office, to 11th place in 2016. America’s declining score in the index is closely related to rapidly rising government spending, subsidies, and bailouts.
Remember, “If you like your doctor….” or the past seven years of over $3/gal fuel? And now here is looking “Forward” to more fraudulent elections influenced by illegal non-American voters?
Since early 2009:
- Government spending has exploded, amounting to $29,867 per household in 2015.
- The national debt has risen to $125,000 for every tax-filing household in America—a total over $18 trillion.
- The government takeover of health care is raising prices and disrupting markets.
- Bailouts and new government regulations have increased uncertainty, stifling investment and job creation.
This is not something to take lightly. Economic freedom is the foundation of U.S. economic strength, and economic strength is the foundation of America’s high living standards, military power, and status as a world leader. The perils of losing economic freedom are not fictional. (Excerpt: The Heritage Foundation)
January Announced U.S. Layoff Total (continued) [Est. up to 31 Jan 2016] – 23,936
The average American’s reality is a much different story…
And the beat down goes on.