He himself knows the money he’s throwing to small businesses and job creation is only a fraction of what’s needed by saying "more must be done", so why isn’t he doing more to help? Could it be because we didn’t give him the support and donations like Wall Street, big banks and huge corporations did? They were the first to support him with lots of campaign donations, and they were the first he saved—literally!
This story states that "In a sunny Rose Garden ceremony, Obama said the legislation will help the private sector start hiring again." WHERE WAS HE 14 MONTHS AGO!!! If he stepped in then, unemployment wouldn’t have escalated to the point it’s at now. Well, it may be sunny and rosy in Obama’s garden, but out here in the real world, our gardens (or bank accounts) are decaying. My guess is that he spreads plenty of "crap" around in order to make everything look great, especially when it comes to his "math". You can never trust what he says, especially when it comes to money and statistics. He overstates the numbers when he tries to make himself look good and he underestimates the numbers when he’s trying to make a deal and push his agendas on us. His continued lack of sufficient attention to small businesses and the plight of many who are unemployed tells me loud and clear that he wants it that way. He’s by no means stupid, but we are if we believe he’s on the up-and-up, which he isn’t, and never has been. He wants to make slaves of the American people in order to have big government rule over us and force us to depend on them for rations. His agendas are nothing more than a power grab. This administration is the most corrupt and greedy administration in the history of America, and they will kill this country and everything it stands for unless we stop them, and it starts in November.
This faux attention Obama’s now paying to "job creation" is a mere parlor magic trick initiated in order to feed us some crumbs to keep us quiet while he pushes his big bad health care bill through. This so-called jobs bill, and more, should have been done a long time ago to help stabilize unemployment and help prevent small business shutdowns. Obama creating more jobs? More like the opposite. He’s destroying small businesses with high taxes and too many regulations. Why do you think companies are forced to move to other countries? They can’t make it here unless Obama deregulates and initiates tax breaks, but he won’t do that. He will tax us all until there will be nothing left. Then, as he wants it, we will be at our government’s mercy, and that is not how I want this country to be run, and that’s why I didn’t vote for this clueless idiot we’re stuck with for 3 more hard and uncertain years.
Where is this money going to come from? Do you really think this will help with jobs? NO! The only way he can do that is by cutting taxes all around so small businesses will be able to hire and so people can afford to feed their families. He never looks at the big picture. He’s only focused on himself and his own aspirations. That’s what happens when you put a know-nothing, narcissistic, greedy, power-hungry guy in a position of power—history tells us that. As with everything Obama does, it’s always too little, too late, unless it affects him…
Obama signs jobs bill, says more must be done
Bill provides tax cuts for hiring unemployed workers, funds transit projects
The Associated Press
updated 11:35 a.m. ET, Thurs., March. 18, 2010
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama has signed into law a package of tax breaks and spending designed to give the nation a jobs boost.
In a sunny Rose Garden ceremony, Obama said the legislation will help the private sector start hiring again.
It is the first of several jobs measures promised by Democrats this year. Obama called it essential but "but by no means enough."
The legislation includes about $18 billion in tax breaks and $20 billion into highway and transit programs.
There’s plenty of skepticism that the new law will do much to actually create jobs. Optimistic estimates predict the tax break could generate perhaps 250,000 jobs through the end of the year, but that would be just a sliver of the 8.4 million jobs lost since the start of the recession.