EVEN DEMOCRATS ARE AGAINST OBAMA’S STIMULUS 2.0

As The Hill’s Alexander Bolton writes, “President Obama received a slap from members of his own party Tuesday as the Senate voted to block his $447 billion jobs package. The jobs plan, which the president has spent much of the last month touting on a cross-country tour, fell well short of the 60 votes it …

SEPTEMBER JOBS NUMBERS

Unemployment stayed at 9.1% during the month of September, serving as another reminder that reminder that President Obama’s economic policies are failing to put Pennsylvanians back to work. The $825 billion President Obama spent on the first stimulus hasn’t delivered, proving that we can’t afford to double down on the same failed policies with a …

OBAMANOMICS’ THIRD QUARTER REPORTCARD-3

“Obama Is On Track To Have The Worst Jobs Record Of Any President In The Modern Era” “Unless The Economy Turns Around In The Next 18 Months, Obama Is On Track To Have The Worst Jobs Record Of Any President In The Modern Era. That Would Be An Accurate Statement.” (Glenn Kessler, “Rick Perry’s Claim …

Obama Admits: Americans Not Better Off Today Than Four Years Ago

by Stephan Tawney on October 3, 2011 During his last debate with Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan famously asked voters to consider whether they were better off than four years ago. Of course, the answer was “no” and Reagan won in a landslide election. So are Americans better off today than four years ago? Is it …

OBAMANOMICS’ THIRD QUARTER REPORTCARD-2

By the numbers: 80 Percent Of Americans Believe The Economy Is Still In Recession. (Jeffrey M. Jones, “In U.S., 6 In 10 Do Not Expect The Economy To Improve Soon,” Gallup,9/21/11) Only 12 Percent Of Americans Think The Economy Is Improving. (New York Times/CBS News Poll, 1452 A, MoE 3%, 9/10-15/11)  43 Percent Think The …

John Vernon to formally announce Candidacy for US Senate in Erie September 15, 2011

Colonel John Vernon, USA (retired) is making a 2-day trip to Philadelphia, Carlisle, Williamsport, Wellsboro, ERIE, Media stop on I-79, Murrysville, and ending with a speaking engagement in Pittsburgh.  He will be formally announcing his candidacy for the US Senate at each of these 8 motorcade stops.

Obama approval rating falls after jobs speech

by Philip Klein Not only did President Obama fail to get a bounce from his jobs speech to a joint session of Congress, but his approval rating actually declined slightly following last Thursday’s address, according to Gallup. In the just released Gallup daily tracking poll, which now has three days of polling since the speech …