Republicans, in Congress, blocking job creation is well, what Republicans do. Block stuff. Other than lie and act like farm animals, they are pretty much useless. Job creation, why bother when you can block job creation? Republican members of Congress have no sense of urgency about the millions of people whose lives are near disaster right now. Who cares when Americans don’t really care.
Job creation and unemployment are NOT on the agenda, but Republicans do have a solution. Let’s not help struggling Americans by blocking job creation. This is how effective Republicans are .. not at all.
Imagine being the kind of person who applauds taking money from seniors. Republicans don’t give shit. They not only refuse to help struggling families in their time of need, they refuse to help them get jobs by helping Democrats in job creation. They refuse to help the poor. They refuse to extend unemployment.
WASHINGTON — President Obama took a question on the campaign trail Monday from a little boy who asked if his father, an unemployed construction worker, would find a job before his unemployment insurance runs out.
The president responded that he hoped the boy’s father would find work, but that if he doesn’t, he hoped the unemployment benefits would still be there.
“Now, we tried to extend unemployment insurance beyond normal right after the recession hit,” Obama said. “We were able to extend it again in 2010. It’s been harder now to get Congress to extend it further.”
“And so we’ll continue to negotiate with Congress to make sure that unemployment is there,” the president added. “But the most important thing I want to do is make sure your dad can get a job.”
Two million people will be cut off from benefits when federal unemployment insurance expires the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day, but Congress is not ready to worry about it.
IS preserving unemployment insurance in 2013 is on their radar?
“No, it’s not,” Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.), chairman of Senate committee that oversees unemployment insurance, said as he boarded a Senate elevator. “Not yet.”
Obviously JOB CREATION and unemployment are not high on lobbyists “to do” list.
Republicans in Congress Still Blocking Job Creation
This from empathetic Republican Senator Jeff Sessions (A-hole Alabama)
“I have not heard any discussion about what we can do there.” (unemployment)
”I have not given thought to what precisely we ought to do, whether it’s phasing down or what. The fundamental thing is we need job creation … and everybody has got to be out hustling to find work. There’s just no other way to make America productive.”
These are the type of people Republicans are.
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