Ill 12th’s Enyart Says Job Market ‘Getting Better’ Under Obama??

With the worst unemployment situation since The Great Depression and with the slowest economic recovery in American history since then, Democrat candidate for the 12th Congressional District Bill Enyart claims that things are “getting better under Obama”? What is this guy smoking?


BILL ENYART: The job market is gradually getting better under President Obama.

ANNOUNCER: Getting better Mr. Enyart?

Twelve million Americans are out of work.

Millions more have lost hope all together.

Even worse Mr. Enyart, your support for keeping the government takeover of healthcare will raise taxes on small businesses and could destroy another 249,000 jobs.

Bill Enyart,

Out of touch, liberal, wrong for the economy.

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