Here's a version of the same chart Obama used to sell his $787 billion Stimulus package. Only this one shows what REALLY happened after all that money was wasted on payoffs to Obama's big government, big labor supporters:
Unemployment is 2.7% higher than Obama projected with 6.4 million fewer jobs.
Republican Jobs Agenda Blocked by Dems who DO Put Party Before Country
One theme Obama has repeated in recent speeches on jobs and one that he is likely to repeat on Thursday is the idea that those who disagree with his failed policies and are advancing a different program for job creation are somehow "putting party before country."
Well, frequent visitors to the website for House Speaker John Boehner are well acquainted with the multitude of legislative initiatives passed by the U.S. House of Representatives to address the jobs crisis. The problem is that most of this legislation has been blocked by President Obama's Democrat allies in the U.S. Senate. Senate Dems are hanging tough to defend the same big government big labor interests at the expense of the American people.
In the following letter dated September 6, House Speaker Boehner and Majority Leader Cantor write to President Obama describing some of the many efforts that have been undertaken by the House to create jobs. But pay special attention to page four where Boehner and Cantor list the House passed legislation that has been blocked in the Senate:
Now, is it un-American, or as Obama suggests "putting party before country" to want to stop what is not working and try something else? Who is really playing politics at a time when Americans who are out of work need leadership?