The Economy is #1 Issue in 2012 Presidential Election and Obama Does not Even Meet with his Own Jobs Council

 

The economy/jobs is the number one issue with Americans in the 2012 Presidential election. Obama has stated in multiple State of the Union speeches and on the campaign trail that jobs is his primary focus. Really?

Who really thinks that jobs have been a priority for Obama? When asked in an interview by the Des Moines Register, Obama stated that he had no regrets over prioritizing Obamacare over jobs. So then it should come as no surprise that Barack Obama didn’t even join in on “Job Council” monthly calls.

Remember back in July when the administration told reporters Barack Obama was too busy to meet with his jobs council? How about Obama missing more than half of his daily briefing meetings as well.

The absentee president cant be bothered with doing the job of president, he has been too busy for four years campaigning instead.



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  • Comments

    2 Responses to “The Economy is #1 Issue in 2012 Presidential Election and Obama Does not Even Meet with his Own Jobs Council”

    1. RT on November 3rd, 2012 8:40 pm

      It would not be a problem if he just scheduled the meetings for the 19th hole.

    2. Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup » Pirate's Cove on November 4th, 2012 7:54 am

      [...] Scared Monkeys highlights Obama and his jobs council’s divorce [...]

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