Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton plays politics with the economyRegarding todays unemployment news, Hillary wasted little time in trying to capitalize on the issue:
.....Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., who is vying for her party's presidential nomination, called the new employment figure disappointing and said it was evidence that "the Bush administration's simplistic supply-side economic strategy is not working for working Americans." .......
However, Clinton earlier stated if elected president she favors a nationwide smoking ban.....which will only increase the number of unemployed Americans, as evidenced here, here, and here.
Further to note, her comment "......supply-side economic strategy is not working....." exposes her ideology; she does not believe in free market forces and instead seems to favor socilaism, as evidenced by her continued push for universal healthcare.