Among many other Republicans, the current presidential candidates Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, John R. Kasich and Jeb Bush all denounced the “job-killing” consequences of Mr. Obama’s policies.
Yet the economy gained 2.9 million jobs in 2014, more than in any year since 1999, during Mr. Clinton’s term. Net job creation during the 15 years that Mr. Clinton and Mr. Obama occupied the White House has topped 30 million. That is 50 percent more than were created in the 20 years of Mr. Reagan and both Mr. Bushes. [...]
Today, the United States has the strongest major economy in the world. Link
Let's just note that again, shall we?
Over the past 35 years (going back to the Reagan Presidency), during the 15 years of Democratic Presidencies, job creation was 30 million. That's an average of 2 million jobs per year. During the 20 years of Republican Presidencies, job creation was 20 million, or an average of 1 million jobs per year.
Democrats = 2 million jobs per year
Republicans = 1 million jobs per year
Tell me again which party is the more economically successful party. Tell me again why we should elect a Republican to the White House. Tell me again how President Obama was a job killer.
Yeah, I thought so.