By Javier Manjarres¿Adonde estan los trabajos, Señor President?
Translation- Where are the jobs Mr. President? With the gloomy May labor numbers out, it appears that the Hispanic community could be fairing the worst of all the key voting demographics.
This does not bode well for President Obama, who is making a hard play for the coveted Hispanic vote in hopes of winning re-election later this year.
The Bureau of Labor and Statistics reported this morning an unemployment rate of 8.2 percent in May. Under the Obama Administration, Hispanics continue to suffer from a disproportionately high unemployment rate that ticked upwards to 11.0 percent. Hours, earnings, and payrolls were down, providing little support to family incomes and continuing a very weak recovery in real, disposable income.
Non-farm job creation was only 69,000; 82,000 in the private sector, while payroll employment growth for March and April was revised downward. With less workers participating in the growth of our economy, Americans will continue to see a sluggish recovery. The economic policies of this Administration are failing hard working American families.“It is clear that President Obama still hasn’t delivered to the American people, especially the Hispanic community on the most important issue facing the country. Hispanics are still experiencing an all-time high unemployment rate of 11.0 percent. Mr. President where are the jobs?” said Jennifer Korn Executive Director of the Hispanic Leadership Network. –Hispanic Leadership Network
Ño! Ay Caramba! Say it ain’t so! Hispanics are worse off today than they were 4 years ago.
Just a few minutes ago, one of the country’s freshmen U.S. Senators, ‘The American Son’ himself, Marco Rubio, interrupted my beauty sleep to share his thoughts on Obama’s ‘spicy’ hispanic voting dilemma. Here is what Rubio said-
This just proves that the President’s big government policies are hurting ‘all’ Americans, especially those who trying to make a better life for themselves and their children. –U.S. Senator Marco Rubio
The White House has been pushing back on Senator Rubio’s conceptualized idea of a truly fair and balanced ‘Conservative’ Dream Act, one that would not allow for any form of amnesty for illegal aliens to take place.Apparently, President Obama’s ‘Esperanza and Cambio’ (Español for Hope and Change) has failed all Americans, more so the Hispanic community.
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