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April 21, 2004

Question for Kerry

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Best of the Web today notes John Kerry promising to create 10 million jobs, while there are only 8.4 million unemployed in the US. The leads to a question that I would like to see the Senator answer: "Senator, do you propose to 'outsource' 1.6 million current jobs in the process1, allow 1.6 million new immigrant workers, or do you propose making up the difference by increasing taxes and regulations?"

1Hey, if a President can create jobs, he can outsource them as well.


Jeff, the answer is obvious. 1.6 million workers will need two jobs to survive Kerry's tax increases on them.

Posted by: Brian on April 7, 2004 11:59 AM
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