Earthling wrote:He promised to create 250,000 in four years. Pretty sure he didn't know that he may only have 1 year to make good on the promise considering he was elected for a four year term. You can't hold him accountable for the number if you recall him.
So, the loss in the beginning is a "you have to spend jobs to make jobs" sort of thing? I can sorta understand that thinking, I guess. Lots of system revamps have initial drops in output until they stabilize.
I'd be grateful if I could get a little more clarity on that, though. In most systems analysis reports and recommendations, they're pretty specific about what will be done and have time windows for the expected initial reaction and recovery time, with best and worst case scenarios. Can you help me out with some facts?