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Take This Obamanomics Quiz, If You Dare

By Ron Meyer | June 15, 2012 | 12:14pm EDT

Young America’s Foundation has launched a 10-question economics quiz titled “Are You Smarter than the Obama Administration?” to highlight this administration’s ignorance of free enterprise and entrepreneurship.

Take the quiz here: http://www.yaf.org/Quizzes/economicsquiz.html.

Last week, the president declared the private sector is “doing fine.” Last year, he blamed “ATM machines” and “airport kiosks” for unemployment. 

The Obama administration’s former chief economist, Austin Goolsbee, has said “Washington isn’t spending too much,” and White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett said that increased unemployment benefits are “healthy” for the economy. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner has even struggled to complete his own taxes—foregoing payroll taxes from 2001 to 2004. 

The short quiz covers topics ranging from taxes to ObamaCare, and while the Obama administration’s failures are a serious topic, the quiz is riddled with humor too.

After you take the quiz, make sure to check out and laugh at what all the results mean.

Take the quiz, if you dare.

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