Ever since he took office, he’s been fighting a “war on women.” About half of all the babies that are slaughtered in this country have been girls. Girls that could have grown up to be very successful, hard-working Americans if they were allowed to live. But not every child “deserves a chance” I guess. No child left behind, right?
So, while he and his team have been justifying murders of convenience under the guise of “women’s rights,” the girls that slipped through the cracks and are still alive today are struggling to find and keep a job. And it’s all thanks to the economy that Obama has worked to make as bad as possible.
Of course, from his perspective, the economy’s doing pretty well, because his aim is to get as many people onto welfare and food stamps. Either that, or get people to work for the government in some overpaid, unnecessary and redundant position.
Last month’s jobs numbers are in, and they show that Obama’s winning his war on women. CNS News reported:
American women participating in the nation’s labor force hit a new low at a rate of 56.9 percent in October, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Additionally, the number of women holding jobs declined by 357,000 from September to October, and the unemployment rate increased for women from 6.7 percent to 6.9 percent. In October, according to the BLS, the labor force participation rate for women was 56.9 percent, down from 57.1 percent in September and 57.3 percent in August…
In September, according to the BLS, the female civilian labor force was 72,705,000. In October it dropped to 72,492,000—a decline of 213,000. Similarly, the number of women working in America dropped from 67,851,000 in September to 67,494,000 in October—a decline of 357,000.
Last month, it was reported that the labor force participation rate among women had hit a 24-year low. The last time it was as low as 57.1% was in 1989. And now, it’s hit a new record.
We can thank not just Obama for this mess, but also the big government Republicans. They’re all big believers in central economic planning. The only result that can come from central economic planning is a weak economy and a lot of poor people. I think that’s what you call “social justice.”