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Hi Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching it's and I the first 1000.
Gains -- -- Obama's administration that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo.
Monday marks that anniversary so let's -- -- no -- assessment of the president's tenure thus far.
The two most important issues -- the economy and fighting terrorism on the latter mr.
Obama some well.
The laden and other al-Qaeda big shots are dead and bad guys all over the world are on the -- Gitmo remains open and the number of terror plots have been -- but the CIA and the FBI doing an excellent job high marks -- the president here.
But on the economic side things remain dismal.
Just the facts Jack.
Says the president has been in office the national debt has increased four point two trillion dollars country now spending four point two.
Billion dollars every day more.
Then it takes it.
If that doesn't take your breath away nothing well.
So -- 2.2 million jobs have been lost on mr.
Obama's watch even though He added a 140000 jobs to the government payroll.
Italy three million more Americans live in poverty than they did before the president took office four million bankruptcies 2.4 million homes foreclosed.
Gas prices have been risen more than 80% health insurance premiums up 13%.
We all getting the picture here the situation is urgent.
Because Obama strategy is two fold first try to stimulate the economy by spending even more.
On infrastructure jobs but Republicans will not okay the -- And second president we'll try to convince you the folks that things could be out of a lot worse -- -- satellite on.
That his economic policies saved the banks and some car companies Democrats will also say they save the country from another Great Depression because -- Bush Administration was.
That some Americans are gonna buy that even though none of it can be proved.
The president continues to raise an astounding amount of money for his campaign even though -- job approval ratings continue to fall.
His personal approval however still around 50%.
So after 1000 days on the job the president is much weaker than He was when He start but still has a fighting chance to be re -- Republican challenger will have a lot economic ammunition but He -- she should be ready for political war.
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