Neither Obama Nor The Private Sector Is Doing Fine

English: Barack Obama delivers a speech at the...

English: Barack Obama delivers a speech at the University of Southern California (Video of the speech) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Presidential candidate Barack Obama took a break from his jam-packed fundraising schedule this morning to squeeze in a special guest appearance as President of the United States.


Almost a week after the most recent round of dismal employment reports, Mr. Obama took to the podium to make what was advertised as a statement on the economy. Not surprisingly, the event was just another stump speech from our Campaigner-in-Chief.

Arriving 25 minutes late, the president delivered the same old excuses and called for the same old non-solution – specifically that Congress pass the “jobs plan” he’s been pushing for almost a year.

Of course that jobs plan is nothing but more wasteful government spending just like the $800 billion stimulus which failed to produce the promised results. Yet today the president claimed that had this latest scheme been approved by Congress, “we’d be on track to have a million more Americans working this year. The unemployment rate would be lower. Our economy would be stronger.”

Not able to stop at one incredulous statement he went on to say, “The private sector is doing fine” and “if Republicans want to be helpful” they should “be thinking about how do we help state and local governments.”

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One Response to Neither Obama Nor The Private Sector Is Doing Fine

  1. Michael Johnson says:

    That wasteful stimulus plan did preserve public sector jobs. Since it ran out, the government has been laying people off.

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