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Monday, June 4, 2012

Private Job Growth Occurs More Under Democrats

Bloomberg reports that almost two-thirds of private-sector job growth in the past five decades came with Democrats in the White House.

"The BGOV Barometer shows that since Democrat John F. Kennedy took office in January 1961, non-government payrolls in the U.S. swelled by almost 42 million jobs under Democrats, compared with 24 million for Republican presidents... Democrats hold the edge though they occupied the Oval Office for 23 years since Kennedy's inauguration, compared with 28 for the Republicans."


Anonymous said...

I wonder why that is difference in ideals I guess.
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Jason Walden

Anonymous said...

thank you im trying to study all this stuff..
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Anonymous said...

This has always been true, but people believe the slogans and promises of a party that has a rich candidate with money in the Camen Islands, multiple homes and who ran a company that took American companies apart and sent jobs overseas. Go figure.

Anonymous said...

This stat has to give some people something to think about. When I was in the military the last big pay raise we got was approved under Clinton however Bush got the credit because it didn't take affect until Bush was in office!!

Jesse Steele
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Anonymous said...

Ah the power of the media especially FAUX NEWS that brain wash people to believing that our economy depression was all Obamas fault.

Alberto Sayson
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