"I and most Americans do not believe President Obama is trying to do what's best for the country. Never in my life have I seen a regime like this, governing against the will of the people, purposely. I have never seen the media so supportive of a regime amassing so much power. And I have never known as many people who literally fear for the future of the country." Rush Limbaugh
And the thing is, the deleterious contraindications from Obama's war on business, healthcare and energy have yet to be fully felt. Obama is going to make the great depression look like a cakewalk.
Next thing you know, they are going to start padding the job rolls with more census bureaucrats, government thugs and in your face civil servants.It is the de facto policy of the left to destroy all that is glorious and good about America, while dismantling our hegemony abroad.
House Republican Conference, John Carter statement:
Stimulus Failure: Private Sector Unemployment Grows Again in March
(WASHINGTON, DC) – Private-sector unemployment rose again in March, and that has House Republican Conference Secretary John Carter renewing calls to repeal the Obama-Pelosi stimulus program and return all unspent funds to reduce the deficit.
“It hasn’t worked,” says Carter, “and the sooner we undo this failed stimulus plan and start repairing the damage to the federal government’s fiscal condition the better our chances of avoiding a real financial meltdown in the near future.”
The latest Labor Department report shows a large increase in government jobs from temporary census hiring, with a large drop in private-sector permanent jobs.
“Private-sector employers shed 23,000 jobs in March, surprising economists who expected job growth last month and raising doubts that Friday's government report on March unemployment will be as positive as hoped.” (Washington Post, 4/1/10)
Overall unemployment remained level due to the temporary census jobs, which will start disappearing within weeks:
“Many economists expect the government's temporary hiring of census workers to peak in May, and then turn negative in June, when workers are let go.” (CNBC, 3/31/10)
“The economy is not responding to the Obama Stimulus, any more than it did to the TARP plan,” says Carter, who also opposed the Bush Administration’s $700 billion bailout plan. “The way to stimulate the economy is to let the markets work, cut federal taxes for individuals and businesses, and tackle the federal deficit to restore investor confidence.”