It was mentioned in an article by Mortimer B. Zuckerman, that the Bush Administration has a problem, "a big problem" (U.S. News & World Report; 2004). The stated claim was the promised tax cut would give Americans jobs, which is in high demand. According to the Council of Economic Advisers, they predicted, did not promise, but PREDICTED total job would average out to be 306,000 a month totaling a little over 3.3 million new jobs by the end of 2003. That is a pretty large number when you think about it. Does that mean we have over 3 million American unemployed? Consequently the article failed to mention that the endorsed tax relief for families by lowering tax rates for all taxpayers, increasing the child credit and reducing the marriage penalty; encouraged business growth by providing incentives for small businesses to invest; and more importantly, proposed his Jobs for the 21st century initiative to improve education for high school students and train workers for industries creating the most new jobs.
The economy shows for twelve straight months there has been a job increase and the unemployment rate fell to less than 5.5%, the lowest in months; nearly 1.7 million new jobs were created since August 2003. So my question to the writer of U.S. News & World Report, dated 2/9/04, where is the big problem' that the Bush Administration is suppose to have? The White House issued the Jobs and Economic Growth numbers and it's evident that there has been and continues to show increase in employment.
In an article written by AFL-CIO, 12/2002, they mentioned that the Bush Proposal to Devolve Unemployment Insurance Administration to States would result... [continues]
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