WG President David Winston released an op-ed in today’s National Review, looking at President Obama’s and President Reagan’s administrations side-by-side, in terms of unemployment numbers and economic growth. Winston takes a look at the numbers:
After two-and-a-half years of Reaganomics, by this time in 1983, second-quarter growth had hit an astounding 9.3 percent and would be followed by three more quarters of 8 percent or higher growth. In contrast, Obama’s second-quarter growth this year was an anemic 1.0 percent, with no light at the end of the tunnel.
To read the full article, turn to nationalreview.com