As Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney fairly gloats about today's weak jobs report, which showed 80,000 jobs added and an unemployment rate that remained at 8.2%, President Obama took his time getting to the numbers during a campaign speech in Poland, Ohio. When he did get around to addressing June's jobs numbers, the President placed the blame squarely on the "gridlock" in Washington, DC, and lashed out at Mitt Romney and congressional Republicans.
Mitt Romney has been anticipating this day for the past week or two. He just hammered President Barack Obama on another bad month of job growth. He called the 8.2 percent unemployment rate "unacceptable." "The President's policies h... Read Post
Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney hit President Barack Obama this morning off the July jobs report, in which the unemployment rate rose slightly to 8.3 percent. He called the report a "hammer blow" to middle-class families.... Read Post