Obama’s Economic Narrative Doesn’t Match The Reality of Our Unemployment Problem

Even as Obama touts his efforts to put more Americans to work, he faces a public seeing through his lies, knowing that his socialist policies will not work and are actually increasing the problem.

Obama is campaigning in Iowa, Illinois and Missouri trying to convince voters that his economic policies are working, but Americans are waking up to Obama’s deceptions. Unless we change the Congress in November, our high unemployment rate will remain at painfully high levels for years.

The unemployment rate has held steady at 9.7 percent for the past three months, and 15 million Americans remain out of work. By the White House’s own estimates, as well as those of many independent economists, that rate isn’t expected to fluctuate more than a few tenths of a percent through the end of 2010.

That’s a far different reality than what this incompetent administration predicted last year, when Obama rallied support for the $787 billion massive spending “pay back political favors” package. Before the bill was passed, the White House said the massive infusion of taxpayer money would keep the unemployment rate from topping 8 percent. After the massive spending bill passed, the administration revised those estimates, saying the recession proved to be worse than it expected. Do you think you were lied to?

Polls suggest that Obama and his socialist party are increasingly vulnerable on the economy. Democrats and Republicans each have the confidence of 44 percent of people for handling the economy, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll conducted this month. The Democrats had a 9-point advantage just four months ago and have held an edge since AP polls began asking about the issue in 2006. But the American voters are starting to catch on to the Democrats lies.

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