Monday, May 03, 2004

Priorities & Frivolities: What a Difference a Few Months Make: "John Kerry, March 5, 2004:
At this rate the Bush administration won't create its first job for more than 10 years. Americans have a clear choice in this election. They can either suffer with more and more job losses that rip the heart out of our economy or they can give George Bush a new job in November and start putting america back to work.
John Kerry, May 3, 2004:
I think we'll probably have a pretty good job market this month and the next four or five months. That's great. That's not the problem. The problem is that we're not creating the kinds of jobs that pay more. On average, the jobs are paying $9,000 less than the jobs we're losing and American wages are going backwards...."

I'll let them stand on their own. Then tell me the first quote was anything more than opportunist sniping.

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