Young Ben Bernake
Â Current Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernake Says:
â€œThis is a Main Street policy, because what weâ€™re about here is trying to get jobs going,â€ Bernanke said at a news conference yesterday in Washington. â€œWeâ€™re trying to create more employment. Weâ€™re trying to meet our maximum employment mandate, so thatâ€™s the objective.â€ QE3 September 2012 PressÂ Statements
Young Willard "Mitt" Romney
After Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney said:
“I would like to select … a new person to that chairman position, someone who shared my economic views, someone that I thought was sympathetic to the needs of our nation,” Fox Business News Interview
Young Barack Obama
After current President Barack Obama said:
“Ben approached a financial system on the verge of collapse with calm and wisdom; with bold action and out-of-the-box thinking that has helped put the brakes on our economic freefall” Ben Bernake2009 Reappointment Speech
Moral Of The Story –
Mitt Romney, who is currentlyÂ looking to secure a higher paying and more prestigious job, is already talking about taking away the job of the current Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernake, whose policies ultimately shape employment conditionsÂ for the entire nation of which Barack Obama as the current Head Of State, is responsible for and whose job was to re appoint the current Board Chairman to his current jobÂ which ultimately leads to the final decision ofÂ who will secure the job of the POTUS position in 2012 based on theÂ job creation statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
More simply put, in my honest opinion, the focus of Ben Bernanke’s statements about employment as stated aboveÂ was in regards to his own job securityÂ first and foremost as a matter of looking out for and doing what was in his own best interest.
A keep your job perspective to consider.