President Obama reacting to the jobs numbers said-“We’ve got to grow the economy even faster. And we’ve got to put even more people back to work. The problem is we’ve got a stalemate in Washington. This election is about how we break that stalemate.”
Fox News Sunday guest host, John Roberts, interviewed Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
When asked if the revolting jobs report was a record Obama could run on, she answered, “absolutely” and alluded to it being Bush’s fault. She remains oblivious to the fact that this is the most anemic job recovery in modern history. She really is a close second to Pelosi in the realm of dingbats.
ROBERTS: All right. Very good.
We do have another headline, though, and that is the economy, of course. The job’s number came out on Friday, 80,000 net jobs created. Is that a record that the president can run on and win reelection next November?
SCHULTZ: Well, absolutely. If you look at where we were when the president first took office, the economy was hemorrhaging 750,000 jobs a month. And now, after President Obama’s policies in place for the last three and a half years, we’ve had 28 straight months of job growth in the private sector, 4.4 million jobs created. The progress that we are making is moving us forward.
We need to continue to make more progress obviously and, you know, we haven’t far enough. But we need to keep pressing forward and continue to focus on middle class tax breaks and making sure that we can create jobs and make sure that we get economy moving forward and great if Republicans would join us in that effort. But, you know, President Obama is focused on making sure, as he singles out like a laser, getting jobs created and our economy turned around with or without help from the Republicans.
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