Paul Ryan on jobs report: This is not even close to what a recovery looks like

Paul Ryan that today’s job report is a result of failed leadership in Washington and isn’t even close to what a recovery looks like:

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  • Please read from the Pine Cone Newspaper and Reporter Paul Miller an interview with Clint yesterday out in Carmel…..IT IS FANTASTIC….Here is one line below:

    “President Obama is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people,” Eastwood told The Pine Cone this week. “Romney and Ryan would do a much better job running the country, and that’s what everybody needs to know. I may have irritated a lot of the lefties, but I was aiming for people in the middle.”

    Clint knew what he was doing and he nailed it!! Clint is a master indeed!!

  • Bingo Paul….A recovery that has NEVER HAPPENED!! What we have now if STAGNATION and MISERY!! Jobs??? Where??? Tell that to the 368,000 that just disappeared according to the BLS!! A Marxist has not one clue how to create or build jobs!! They only know Government!

  • Sober_Thinking

    Paul is right… but the LSM will again say he’s lying… what a tragedy.

    DNC – party before country.

  • JohnBarry2012

    Paul Ryan hits the nail right on the head: Bad-leadership of Washington and failed fiscal economic policy of Obama administration — The denial and symptoms of “spendaholics”, same as the Euro PIIGS dilemma.

    “Austerity” — Cutting back on uncontrolled wasteful government spending in public sectors, union’s incessant demands on entilement, and social benefits, and medicare reform is a toxic word for the politicians and the liberal electorates, tax hikes for the middle-class in economic slowdown is a killer in job growth, and yet at the same time the challenge of bootstrapping to stimulate private sectors economic growth through tax cut is a hot-potato paradox. Kenynesian Obamanomics vs. Supply-Side Free Market Economics — Endless perpetual debate of the century. The only consensus today in Washington DC seemed to be the walkaway from fiscal reality and kick the can further down the road until it finally reaches the ultimate fiscal cliff.

    With Paul Ryan’s pro-growth economic policy and balanced-budget approach, it’ll take a strong and bold leadership of Romney and Ryan (with strong electorate mandate) to right the ship and break the present logjam in Washington.

    • rev2damax

      Yup. Spot on Paul. Isn’t it obvious people? The Whitehouse has been invaded with Marxists. We own this Country. We gotta let em go.

  • The facts speak for themselves. Only a crazy person or a liar would say that the economy is “recovering.” It’s basically flat, and it certainly is doing nothing for the 23 million people still out of work and unable to find jobs. This is simply heartbreaking, and for Obama and his minions to say that this isn’t terrible just shows you what liars they are. They can’t even admit when failure is staring them in the face. The first step on the road to recovery is for all Americans to admit that there is a problem. Any rational American can see now that Obama and his policies ARE the problem. The next step on the road to recovery is to do something about it. Well, in November we’ll get a chance to do just that by electing a new president and a brilliant vice president. We have one last chance at getting this right. Let’s not mess it up.

  • smmy33

    I don’t see passion.., ” this is not what Obama promised”…. Sounds trival, everyone knows pols don’t keep promises this isn’t about promises this is basic competence.. That doesn’t get to the awfulness of the econmy. I don’t know why republicans and so bad at hitting their opponents, never go for the juggernaut

    How about saying ” how patheic are democrats ! “The awful, awful August jobs report.” Democratic convention not just bad, but infuriating. This many Americans are suffering and they put Sandra Fluke on a stage to talk about her need for free birth control? Insulting.

    • JohnBarry2012

      Paul Ryan has the discipline of focusing on the major issues with his uncanny ability to dissect and clarify fiscal economic policy issue, cutting though the jungle of political distortion rhetoric with facts and math, leaving no room for the left to criticize on emotional overtone.

      Focus on the major fiscal economic issues and not major on the minor and be sidetracked (which is what the Democrat intends to focus on). Tit-for-Tat bomb throwing with passion, winning the arguments on side issues is not going to win the election.

  • KenInMontana

    Facts can be “funny” things. While they are touting 96k new jobs and a slight ebb of the unemployment rate from 8.3 to 8.1, they completely overlook, omit, or ignore (your choice) another fact that puts these new numbers in a different light, the fact that 386k gave up looking for work. So in typical “can’t be bothered” fashion the administration and the majority of the media overlook, omit, or ignore, 386,000 Americans.


  • poljunkie

    I read somewhere that when Gov Romney was asked about the jobs report he said something like if last night was the party, today is the hangover.

  • actionsspeaklouder

    I really wish that Romney or Ryan would come out and say that it seems like Obama DOESN’T WANT the economy or the unemployment situation to improve. It seems like Obama WANTS everyone to be on the government dole. It seems like Obama WANTS America to be a “nanny” state. The words needs to get out there that this is exactly why things haven’t improved – because Obama doesn’t WANT them to improve. He wants big government and everyone dependent on the government. People need to realize this. People need to realize that horrific numbers coming out – Obama could care less. And he wants a 2nd term??? He cares more about where his next golf game will be than he does about America. These numbers are just where he wants them – he can lie that he cares, but then do nothing about them. Again, and as usual, his actions speak louder than his words.

  • Jerseygalnny

    Here is a great original commentary on the big Obama threat that we would actually have to ‘go it alone’ if Romney~Ryan won… I agree, please, stop helping me!