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Barack Obama will unveil his new jobs program tonight and it’s shovel ready. Ready for a shovel, that is. It will look very much like the 2009 stimulus except that Obama will employ the crafty J. Wellington Wimpy strategy:
“I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.”
Last week, for the first time in history, US debt was cut to below AAA. That wasn’t supposed to happen. For months we saw President Obama and the media pillorying conservatives for inviting Armageddon by opposing the lifting of the debt ceiling without substantive cuts in government spending. When the “Hobbits,” as the Wall Street Journal dubbed them, were undone by the squishy wing of the GOP and we had our “grand compromise,” that was supposed to avoid a downgrade.
It’s pretty obvious that Plouffie, like his boss, has never worked a real day in his life.
President Obama’s senior political adviser David Plouffe said Wednesday that people won’t vote in 2012 based on the unemployment rate.
On Wednesday Barack Obama tried to sound upbeat: PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania (AFP) – President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to briefly divert attention from US oil disaster to his efforts to rescue the economy, predicting a report showing “strong” jobs growth in … Continue reading