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Mitt Romney's claim that 100,000 auto jobs have been lost under Obama

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Romney's remarks make little sense. Not only is his claim of creating 100,000 jobs at Bain untenable, but also his assertion that 100,000 jobs have been lost in the auto industry 'on the president's watch' does not add up. Yes, there were some painful cuts in the auto industry at the start of Obama's presidency, largely because tough choices had to be made. One could argue whether those choices were necessary or effective, but the bottom line is clear: No matter how you slice it, jobs overall have grown substantially in the auto industry under Obama. In fact, it is one of the bright spots of today's economy.

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