Liberal-Democrat Paradoxes

By: Bob Hoye | Fri, Jan 20, 2012
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• In 2010, San Francisco community leaders boasted that digging a 1.7 mile extension to their subway would create up to 43,000 jobs.

• With the "No!" to the second Keystone pipeline which amounts to 1700 miles of construction, Democrats are claiming that estimate of 22,000 jobs is away too high.

Obama's Next Shovel-Ready Project:
"Dig Them Up!"

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