Friday, October 5, 2012

Ron Barber's"Trickle-Down Government” Produces Unacceptably High Unemployment And A Discouraged Labor Force

Arizona Families Cannot Afford To Be Buried Another Four Years Under Job Crushing Policies

Washington --- The national unemployment for the month of September was announced today at the disappointingly high rate of 7.8 percent, evidence Arizona families are still struggling under Democrat’s trickledown government policies that are strangling small businesses and sending jobs to China. Will Ron Barber continue to support his party’s failed policies, or will he finally admit that his big government spending sprees have failed to create relief for America’s job creators?
"Democrats will be scrambling in the next month to explain why the unemployment rate has remained unacceptably high on their watch, especially given their promises that it would be well below 6% at this point,” said NRCC Communications director Paul Lindsay."American families can’t handle another four years of economic hardship to fund Democrats’ spending sprees that have strangled growth and failed to improve our economy.”

In September, the national unemployment rate remained unacceptably high at 7.8 percent. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/5/2012)

President Obama has no rationale to defend his ‘trickle down’ government policies:
"...The governor accused President Obama of championing ‘trickle down government,’ Jim Lehrer asked the president to reply, and he didn’t — and the accusation stuck and was repeated later without response.” (Stanley Fish,"Debating Points,” The New York Times, 10/3/2012)

A new report finds middle class families are ‘struggling to advance’ under Washington Democrats’ leadership:
"A majority of Americans now define success as not falling behind. They worry that fundamental changes in the economy are making it more difficult for them—and their children—to get ahead.” (Ronald Brownstein,"Struggling to Advance,” National Journal, 9/28/2012)

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