The Ignorance Of King Barack The Dunce
More Hyscience Aug 16, 2011, 11:58 am
I’m so struck by the appropriateness of the title that I borrowed it from Shawn Mallow, over at Wizbang, who concludes what many other Americans have begun to sense for some time now … that “this man is devoid of any ability to think of, successfully sell, or implement any policy or plans which will benefit the U.S. worker or economy in a meaningful, secure manner. He is impotence, personified. His tenure has been, by any simple or stringent standard, a failure of monumental proportions”:
Remember the good old days when, under the George W. Bush administration, the average annual rate of unemployment between 2001 and 2008 was 5.26%? (Though, according to the MSM and rabid Democrats, the economy was in shambles.)
As the cacophony of the debt ceiling brawl subsided this past week, President Obama has decided to “pivot,” once again, to the issue of job creation.
Now, in true campaign fashion, he’s on a 3-state bus tour designed to convince people that this time, he’s focused like a laser beam on job creation.
It’s too bad Obama’s campaigning doesn’t create jobs. We’d have zero unemployment.
Last Monday, Obama gave as a glimpse into some specific policies which could be advanced to help spurn real economic growth. It’s instructional to go back just a week ago to realize the wondrous workings of a policy-wonk’s mind. However simulating and hopeful his prescription for our ailing economy may have sounded to him, after listening for a while, it is quite apparent that his slick delivery and gilded speech no longer exist. The mesmerizing populist barn-burners of old have been replaced by canned, sterile speeches, filled with platitudes made to sound as
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- Description: I’m so struck by the appropriateness of the title that I borrowed it from Shawn Mallow, over at Wizbang, who concludes what many other Americans have begun to sense for some time now … that