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Do you think President Obama's proposed job bill will succeed in boosting the economy?

Yes, it will help in the long run
18% (45 votes)
Yes, but it's only a short-term fix
11% (27 votes)
No, it won't help at all
70% (172 votes)
Total votes: 244
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Roger Laber
Roger Laber 09/14/11 - 09:34 pm
President Obama does not seem

President Obama does not seem to be aware that he's already been elected President. From the beginning of his term, he has continued spouting campaign rhetoric instead of performing the job he's promised to do as President for the American people..


Kenai 09/16/11 - 09:14 am
The American Jobs Act is a

The American Jobs Act is a very sound piece of legislation that contains items that both Democrats and Republicans have long-supported. If passed, it would definitely help our economy and reduce unemployment. Unfortunately, it's unlikely that Republicans will support it because their primary mission is to make President Obama look like a failure, regardless of the damage this does to our country in the process.

“Republican­s: Keeping millions out of work just to put one man out of a job”

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