Looking back over the numbers:
It's time to make them put up or shut up!!!!!!
I guess we'll see in November, right?
My jaw just dropped! I live in Ohio. We were hit very hard when Bush was in office. We were bleeding jobs. People were leaving our state. Now things are turning around.
Our newspaper went from a whole section of Help Wanted ads to about a half of a page for Ads that were just ran. My son pounded the pavement for almost a year. Looking for anything. The only way he made money was mowing grass or shoveling snow. That was 2007-2008.
I've met a lot of women that worked right up till their baby was born. My cousin was a cashier and worked in a small factory. On her feet for hours. Went back to work a week after her baby was born.
Edit to add: My DD worked right up until her *&^%$#@%&*) knocked her off a second story balconey. Baby came 6 weeks early. She HAD to return to work immediately. He was in jail and she had 2 kids to feed. She went back to work with in four or five days. Her son was in the hospital for 2 weeks cause he weighed 4 lbs.
I don't believe they feel that way over the firefighters, teachers, police.
I know many women that worked up until their baby was born, day of for me, your point?
We lost a lot of companies when Bush was in office. Those that stayed laid off a lot of people.
Under Bush: Two Ford plants closed. One re-opened under Obama.Whirlpool leftToledo Scale leftHewlit Packard leftAnchor Hocking shut downLibbey Glass closedDana Spicer leftJeep cut a lot of jobsCardinal Housing shut downTrucking companies closed upOwens Corning cut jobsLongenberger Cut jobs (now getting back on track)DHL moved and 30,000 workers out of a job
These are just the ones that I can think of right off the top of my head. Not to mention all the factories that closed their doors when the Auto Industry was in trouble.
Between 16 years of Republicn Governors and Bush. Ohio almost shut down.