Job Creation and President Obama

Jobs are the #1 issue in campaign 2012. It is now a little over two weeks until the general election.

Since the State of the Union Address in January 2012, I’ve written 16 articles this year about President Obama’s jobs creation record.

I’m putting out a chronology of those in-depth articles gathered together into one place.

This is done as a convenience for undecided voters who want a clearer understanding of the President’s job creation record rather than depending on TV campaign ads or biased political pundits.

Articles are listed in chronological order:

“State of the Jobs” Address
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 01/29/2012

Obama Claims 4 Million New Jobs
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 03/11/2012

Did Obama Create 4 Million Jobs?
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 06/09/2012

Obama Jobs: Fact and Fiction
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 06/15/2012

The 84,000 Jobs Error
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 07/06/2012

The Real July Jobs Report
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 08/06/2012

White House July Jobs Report
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 08/09/2012

President Obama’s Jobs Proposals
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 09/01/2012

More On Obama’s Jobs Plan
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 09/07/2012

The Real August Jobs Report
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 09/23/2012

Did Obama Create 5 Million New Jobs?
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 10/04/2012

The Real September Jobs Report
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 10/06/2012

Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 10/08/2012

Did Joe Biden Create 5.2 Million Jobs?
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 10/12/2012

The “5.2 Million Job” Invention
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 10/16/2012

The ‘One Million Job’ Self-Deception
– Azleader, Inform the Pundits!, 10/17/2012

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Posted on Oct 21, 2012, in 2012 Elections, culture, economics, Job Creation, Life, news, Opinion, Politics, Thoughts. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Two weeks still. I cannot stand living in a swing state. Bombed with every negative commercial possible all with the least flattering photo of the opponent. People in Texas, California, and New York are left out of the advertising mess. I think we will be in the Jobs Depression four years from now no matter who wins. My guess is we have five to ten years to go to get out of this quicksand.

    • I’m not in a swing state. There have been far, far fewer ads this cycle than the 2010 mid-terms. Its been pretty quiet.

      Eat your heart out, Randel! 😉

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