Upstate New York has a bone to pick with the democrat nominee for president Hillary Clinton. Of course her Senate record proves that it fell flat on its face. However Clinton could not help but blame George W. Bush in the second video in this article.
The Washington Posts, Jerry Markon reports:
In her presidential bid, Hillary Clinton has made job creation a centerpiece of her platform, casting herself as a pragmatist who would inspire “the biggest investment in new, good-paying jobs since World War II.’’
Her argument that she would put more Americans to work has focused on her time in the Senate, when she took on the mission of creating jobs in chronically depressed Upstate New York. As her husband, former president Bill Clinton, put it recently, she became the region’s “de facto economic development officer.” [Full Story Continues Here]