No I am not. If you read my post then you will notice that I did NOT say that Obama created everything, I merely stated that there is a lag between cause and effect in economics and no sane person can deny that.
I also did NOT say Trumps economic decisions suck or anything like that.
"You're also wrong, job growth dropped slightly but unemployment dropped to it's lowest levels in nearly half a century" - you are throwing two things together. Yes unemployment is the lowest in nearly 50 years. But it also was the highest in 30 years in 2009. This does not contradict each other, but its important to know all the facts and not just compare 2020 to 1970. So no - I am not wrong here.
What I do find interesting however, is that you basically call me a hypocrit and then go into articifical growth in the public sector under Obama. Can you tell me how this is less artificial than for example subsidising coal industry - a dying relic from the past with no long term benefits to the job market? I would also never call artificial growth a bad thing - if its sustainable - all growth is artificial in that area, its just a question if private or public is the cause. Doesn't make a difference to the guy taking the job in the end.
I don't wanna call it grasping at straws. It's an argument, but devaluing it by just saying "oh you are against Trump so I am going to ignore you, isn't really something that's convincing". You will notice I tried to actually adress your points here, would like to see if you return that :)
I actually don't know if you are right regarding the minimum wage, do you have any source I can read up on that? I only found a few regarding federal minimum wages which hasn't changed, but that was also not your point I think