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The truth is that 92.3 % of job losses were woman jobs, get over it! And Obama's crew won't say anything about it, because the statistics is true.
 
Again, from http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2012/apr/10/mitt-romney/romney-campaign-says-women-were-hit-hard-job-losse/

"Romney's website said that women account for 92.3 percent of jobs lost under Obama.

By comparing job figures with January 2009 and March 2012 and weighing them against women’s job figures from the same periods, Saul came up with 92.3 percent. The numbers are accurate but quite misleading. First, Obama cannot be held entirely accountable for the employment picture on the day he took office, just as he could not be given credit if times had been booming. Second, by choosing figures from January 2009, months into the recession, the statement ignored the millions of jobs lost before then, when most of the job loss fell on men. In every recession, men are the first to take the hit, followed by women. It's a historical pattern, Stevenson told us, not an effect of Obama's policies.

There is a small amount of truth to the claim, but it ignores critical facts that would give a different impression. We rate it Mostly False."

But I guess if it didn't come from Romney you don't want to believe it.
 
During Obama job 92.3% of the jobs lost were from woman! That is an absurd. During Obama's job Rick Perry created 2 million jobs on texas, but Obama lost 6 millions on US. We need to change!
 
Didn't we have this discussion already?
 
Yes we need Mitt Romney! And the facts are true statistics, that is why Obama's campaign are with the mouth shut! I wanna hear from obama that that
is a lie.
 
LOL if that is a lie why Obama did not say anything?
 
The numbers are true, they already checked! Get the facts!
 
If Obama had to point out every Republican deception, he would not have time to take a breath, much less run the country.

The numbers were carefully selected to push a certain agenda - they are far from representative of Obama's policies and the effect they had on women workers..which is the issue Romney is pushing.
 
It would be like me pointing out that America was hemorrhaging jobs at 600k lost per month when Obama took over and in a year, started adding jobs. What have Republicans offered to improve employment...is it because women's healthcare is so important to destroy they haven't had time? Or maybe they were looking to save a paltry few million defunding Planned Parenthood while billions are spent in oil subsidies? Maybe they are just organizing their daily filibusters on simple judge appointments they haven't got the time?
 
What did obama do for fixing the problem? That is the really question we should do! I am not interesting to find someone to blame...
 
Maybe you should look to someone lese for hope. Romney is owned by the banks as well.
 
What would it matter, George? You would disregard them anyway.
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