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Capito, McKinley again criticize job statistics

February 2, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Republican lawmakers from West Virginia Friday panned the news in a job report issued Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor that said 157,000 new jobs were added in January....

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Feb-02-13 6:35 PM

Second question to all,"If you didn't create a job today, what have you been doing all day long?"

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Feb-02-13 4:48 PM

Even a better question would be: "HOW MANY JOBS HAVE McKINLEY AND CAPITO """BLOCKED TODAY""" to keep our economy stagnant....

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Feb-02-13 10:47 AM

The question is "How many jobs did you create today?". Try it and see how many replies you get back.

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Feb-02-13 10:43 AM

I didn't mean to pick on those two only, but they stepped into the spot light. Ask that of all members of congress. I e-mailed my congressman for two months in a row and asked them the same question. Never got a reply to a very serious question. Guess where my vote will go next time around?

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Feb-02-13 10:35 AM

And I ask of them, how many jobs did you ceate today? The reply is muted. I can't hear you. The reply is simple. Give me a number other than zero.

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Feb-02-13 6:55 AM

The republicans are outraged at the paltry number of jobs created. Of course, when the economy was hemorrhaging half a million jobs per month during the end of the last republican administration, Capito, said the fundamentals were fine.

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