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Thursday, 11 November 2010

Washington -- Republicans are making proposals that are sure to kill jobs faster than seen since George Bush's policies left the country bailing out two major car companies and Wall Street.

"We want to extend the Bush Tax Cuts, because they will give rich people more money to spend on the economy. That money probably won't be used to buy American goods, because past trade deals don't make buying American goods a reality, but our hopes are that the rich will scratch our backs and give money to our next reelection campaigns." Mitch McConnell told reporters.

Most Republicans don't know how to create a job because they never really had to do any real work in their life. They don't understand why more people can't rely on their parents to pay for them while the country goes through a recession.

"My family created a job for me, why can't other families do the same." Ron Johnson, newly elected senator for Wisconsin, told reporters.

Republicans did complain that Obama's socialistic policies were killing jobs, but as soon as Republicans got elected on November 2, they promised to kill any jobs created from stimulus money.

"Government doesn't create jobs," was said by Republicans during the election, and Ron Johnson is trying to make sure that this saying comes true, because he promised to stop the high speed rail project in Wisconsin and work with Scott Walker to make sure the project is stopped.

"We don't want jobs created by government, because that means it would be harder for us Republicans to cut taxes in the future. We need all the tax money we can get from the gas taxes in Wisconsin, and the rail project would mean less people driving and not paying gas taxes. We can't have that in Wisconsin," Ron Johnson added.

The Republicans will have two years to create jobs, like they promised. But will they blame Obama if their policies return America back the the time that Bush ruled the land?

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