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Since Obama’s Re-election: Over 100,000 Layoffs At More Than 125 Businesses (so far…)

Sunday, November 18, 2012 19:40
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Tracking the economy, such as it is…

Since Obama’s Re-election: Over 100,000 Layoffs At More Than 125 Businesses (so far…)

You can thank the stupid American voter who either voted for Obama, or didn’t turn out to vote for Mitt Romney in the recent election for the recent layoffs. Obama has made it quite clear that he want’s to destroy the economy, as have far left Marxist Democrat. They all want citizens to be dependent on the government for handouts, not on paychecks. Below is a partial list of over 100,000 jobs that have been lost since Obama’s re-election a week and a half ago. This is only the beginning. Once taxes go up (as we all know they will because Republicans will cave), this number will look small in comparison. Also in the list are several businesses that have closed since the election, and companies that have filed for bankruptcy since November 6th.

The list just goes on and on and on at the link…

http://www.fireandreamitchell.com/2012/11/17/since-obamas-re-election-over-100000-layoffs-at-more-than-125-businesses-so-far/?

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