Creating Jobs The Obama Way

As an Obamanomics critic, it pains me to reveal that the future former president's (FFP) agenda is achieving success. Real, legitimate jobs are being created as a direct result of Mr. Obama's economic policy. No, these are not temporary census jobs nor are they the result of clever data manipulation, these are actual jobs.

The State of Wisconsin's Department of Workforce Development is presently hiring new staff in response to increased demand. Currently, unemployment compensation claims appeals are taking an average of three months in spite of the robust economic recovery. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that.


To address the backlog, the department is days away from hiring four or five administrative law judges.

The judges are attorneys who hear appeals from people trying to secure jobless pay or companies challenging an earlier ruling involving a former employee.

In addition, a handful of support staff will be hired to assist the judges in getting the cases heard and decided.

Here we can clearly see the law of supply and demand as it drives the job market in the age of Obama. As the FFP's agenda continues to steamroll the private sector we can continue to look forward to even more job creation success stories like this one.


Two questions do come to mind. First, will these new jobs in Wisconsin be public sector union positions? Second, will these new public servants be retained in their jobs once the FFP has become the FP and the Department of Workforce Development is forced to deal with the sharp decline in demand for their services?


I must admit that it is comforting to know that Mr. Obama hasn't just been wasting his time in holding those inspiring job summits. The FFP has been working closely with numerous academics, bureaucrats and union officials to determine exactly which @#& he needs to kick!


A shout out to FFVP Joe Biden! It's all about that other three letter word, J-O-B-S!




paboehmke@yahoo.com

As an Obamanomics critic, it pains me to reveal that the future former president's (FFP) agenda is achieving success. Real, legitimate jobs are being created as a direct result of Mr. Obama's economic policy. No, these are not temporary census jobs nor are they the result of clever data manipulation, these are actual jobs.

The State of Wisconsin's Department of Workforce Development is presently hiring new staff in response to increased demand. Currently, unemployment compensation claims appeals are taking an average of three months in spite of the robust economic recovery. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that.


To address the backlog, the department is days away from hiring four or five administrative law judges.

The judges are attorneys who hear appeals from people trying to secure jobless pay or companies challenging an earlier ruling involving a former employee.

In addition, a handful of support staff will be hired to assist the judges in getting the cases heard and decided.

Here we can clearly see the law of supply and demand as it drives the job market in the age of Obama. As the FFP's agenda continues to steamroll the private sector we can continue to look forward to even more job creation success stories like this one.


Two questions do come to mind. First, will these new jobs in Wisconsin be public sector union positions? Second, will these new public servants be retained in their jobs once the FFP has become the FP and the Department of Workforce Development is forced to deal with the sharp decline in demand for their services?


I must admit that it is comforting to know that Mr. Obama hasn't just been wasting his time in holding those inspiring job summits. The FFP has been working closely with numerous academics, bureaucrats and union officials to determine exactly which @#& he needs to kick!


A shout out to FFVP Joe Biden! It's all about that other three letter word, J-O-B-S!




paboehmke@yahoo.com

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