By the numbers: President Obama's economy
Claims vs. reality
- Duration 3:06
- Date Jan 24, 2012
Claims vs. reality
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-- -- Every -- here on fox the president is going to give state of the union speech tonight and he is expected to tout his accomplishments on the economy.
But how do his numbers really stack up.
Well let's take a look.
I've got four years.
If I don't have this done in three years.
Then there's going to be a one term problem.
Questions -- are you better off than were four years ago.
We -- know the answer -- -- We're gonna work wooden -- through a catastrophic reinsurance plan to move pretty neutral between 500 dollars compared with whom.
Our employer its estimate of what.
And small ball much of 1000 that would mean they could give you array.
Yeah -- -- -- you're afraid I'd like to get this issue settled about whether premiums are reduced before we leave today because.
I'm pretty certain about what.
More Americans are out of work or working harder for -- War hero lost your homes and even more and watching your home value won't.
The way bush has done it over the last eight years this -- been.
The fiscally most of -- responsible administration -- we have seen driving up our national debt that is now.
-- involved over nine trillion dollars of that.
That we are gonna have to pay back abort -- their children.
That is money -- We're all gonna have to pay back 30000 dollars for every man woman and child.
My economic team which -- -- meeting -- today.
Is -- helping to shape what is going to be a bold agenda to create.
2.5 million jobs weekend break five million dollars.
The good job.
The real question is.
-- our country be better off for years from.
I crystal light of our staff went through three years of stuff and -- -- -- -- rate while that did a lot of work cut so what of course that's -- previewing that talking about the numbers.
And the success of the last three years of this administration because the state of the union starts right here tonight.
At 9 PM you'll hear the president talking about his three years in office and looking for.