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Romney: job recovery too slow under Obama

Friday, February 03, 2012 - 01:43

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says the strong job creation in January would have been even stronger if not for the policies pursued by President Obama.

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He's got good news this morning and job creation in January I hope that continues I believe the economy you'll come back. It it always does. It has taken longer than it should've -- back in part because the policies of this administration. Have not been helpful to me that have been harmful it has slowed down the recovery made it more difficult. We need a decisive. Aggressive. American jobs program for the whole country. And that means what Reagan did what I did. The opposite of Obama is Obama raises taxes -- regulations is anti American energy and engages in class warfare. Sort of the anti jobs presents. We're happy to see if unemployment goes down substantially. In the future. Unless we turn this economy around and get growing again and -- that this president is simply will not. Because he puts too much of the yield on the peasants yeah. Altogether we batted it three point seven million new jobs over the last 43 months. Now. These numbers will go up and down in the coming months and there's still far too many Americans who needed job. Job pays better than the one they have now. But the economy is growing stronger. The recovery is speeding up. And we've got to do everything and our power. To keep ago.

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Romney: job recovery too slow under Obama

Friday, February 03, 2012 - 01:43