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And fox is also the place to beat to file the race for the White House.
After bleak news on the nation's unemployment rate sparking fiery words on the Sunday shows.
Both sides using the numbers to show why their candidate.
Belongs in the White House Steve Centanni following this for us live in Washington hi Steve -- bet that emotions were running pretty hot and.
Well -- Republicans are -- to Friday's very dismal job numbers to make their case while Democrats are focusing on.
Some economic progress that has been made over the past few years -- -- small.
And all this played out of course on the Sunday talk shows here the Republican strategist Ed Gillespie.
Problem is this administration in this president.
Policies are hostile to job creators and we see that on any number of fronts whether it's the excessive regulations and the mandates -- the mandate in the president's health care below is estimated to cost 850000.
Jobs in our economy by the congressional.
Now the economy has been the central focus of the Romney campaign.
In Friday's jobs report offered further ammunition.
Job growth stalled and the unemployment rate rose to eight point 2% in May.
Mitt Romney's campaign saying today that voters -- the world's largest economy.
To a man with no executive experience and that led to the troubles -- seeing but the president's people telling a different story of course.
They say President Obama saved the economy and -- -- on the right track and that the slowdown in job growth is only temporary.
President Obama arrived to find 700000 -- -- month being lost in this country.
We continue to lose jobs for some months as a result of the recession that began before he got here.
And since early 2010.
When the economy job picture began to recover we better -- -- four million jobs in this country better jobs every single month since on.
Nobody is happy with the rate of job creation today.
But I believe that without the policies that the president put in place we were not even have this level of job creation.
And Democrats say congress is partly to blame for failing to pass the president's initiatives that would put more construction workers and teachers back on the job.
Thank you thank Steve.
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