Saturday, October 6, 2012


Obama is a Liar!

Forget about whether the Democrats have been able to somehow manufacture a report that drops the unemployment rate below 8% for the first time in almost four years. The numbers in the new report using the method of calculating that absolutely makes Obama look as good as he can possibly look are downright scary for anyone who studies economics.

The figures they are reporting are not even including people who work 5 hours a week or many other groups that are not making enough money to live on. If you include these groups, the number of “unemployed” booms from 12.5 million to 27 million.

By the way, the number of Americans who haven’t looked for work in a year but who still want jobs declined slightly in this morning’s report, from 6,957,000 to 6,727,000. Four more years of this kind of “recovery” and there will not be enough people with money to spend to make even the healthiest of businesses survive.

The good news is more and more voters are catching on to who Obama really is and who Romney really is. They are radically different in their views of how to march forward and lead in the most success country in the history of the world. Obama wants to “change” course and “hope” that what has never worked in history, a top down, trickle down, all powerful government will be acceptable to a society that has always valued freedom over convenience. Or a capitalistic, market driven society that believes that government has a role, but it should not dominate its citizens.


Anonymous said...

Obama has admitted to plenty of crazy ass ideas that have failed and voters should know to vote for his opponent without needing to prove he is messing with these numbers.

Anonymous said...

No person in their right mind could think that out of nowhere and for no reason the job picture suddenly and mysteriously improved fivefold just a few weeks before the election and it was reported on the day when Romney's blowout over Obama in the first debate was going to be the headlines

Anonymous said...

Just more numbers to try to confuse voters into thinking things are getting better. I have become accustom to disregarding most of these numbers and polls the news media spews out. Most of this crap is politically motivated lies. Believe nothing you hear and half of what you see.

Anonymous said...

more 'economics'. Subtitle: national stupidity- coming to your home town. This morning, I stopped at a "national chain pharmacy." Upon checking out, with a single item, I was asked to take their store discount card. Foolishly, presumingly,... I agreed. Twenty minutes later, of filling out computer screens, I got my total for my purchase- no discount! (so, what's the friggin' use of having their discount card???... oh, holding up the line, and wasting 20 minutes... I get ya now (oughta be a blast at rush hour, right)???

Just before that, I was delighted to find that the "first aid" aisle no longer exists. The signage reads: ladies underwear! Silly me, now why couldn't I make that connection... (somebody's thinking with the wrong body part, again...)

The clincher was discovering that the right hand exit door was blocked with a line of shopping carts. Having an "extra 20 minutes" to burn, I inquired... "oh, loss prevention ordered that. People are going through that door, and bypassing the checkout line." Got ya. The other door, just 14 inches away, will prevent shoplifting by the cart load. Laughing, I should've told them: the only way to achieve loss prevention, in CLEVELAND, is to close the store!!! (just read the local rag's police blotters)

and to think, I only use that place to avoid the lines/circus at wallyworld (my insurance doesn't allow anything but their mail pharmacy, for any prescription filled more than twice. Plus, this joint refuses to handle secondary insurance... they're USELESS)!

Conclusion: here's still another example, of WHY it's more convenient to drive ten extra minutes, to Porter (or twenty to Kingwood)! Shop local, my eye.... WHY??? The seven bucks in gas, is cheaper than the wasted time, frustrations, price gougings, poor service, and headaches.

Finally, in answer to the Advocate's "talking bubbaland" question, of what chain restaurant would you like to see in town: WHATEVER one will take over that civic center money pit, and at least HIRE a few dozen people (the chamber hired NOBODY... coming and leaving with the same count, of three people,... but 45% less members)!!! note: the civic center has a commercial kitchen... conprende?