Earlier today President Obama blamed everyone and everything but but himself for the dismal economy. Fox Nation caught it, and noticed how his hair is getting grayer. He should try Nice ‘N Easy®. Unfortunately, all that will do is get rid of the gray. If only that could correct his rotten economic policies.
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A year after the WH proclaimed “recovery summer,: and two years after a trillion dollar “stimulus” program, the President blamed a series of “headwinds” for what he described as a “rocky” “recovery.” Obama said Greece, natural disasters, high gas prices, state budget cuts and uncertainty about the debt ceiling were prohibiting the economy from creating more jobs, which critics called just more finger-pointing from the White House. “Streamlining the patent process” and new infrastructure spending were a few solutions to the jobs crisis offered by the President this morning, leaving many economists scratching their heads. Looking detached, Mr. Obama plodded back into the White House with his head down, without acknowledging any responsibility for the economy for the struggling economy and appearing to some critics extremely out of touch.
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If I were going to bother writing a letter to the president, it would go something like this:
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Mr. LC is a small business owner. He does home remodeling. It’s tough work that most people don’t want to do. You know – working from heights, icky plumbing issues, dead and decaying rabbits in dryer vents, dusty drywall finishing, heavy lifting and all of that. But he rarely complains. He works mostly for middle class and rich people. If you raise taxes on them, his business will dry up. The uncertainty you are creating makes it impossible for him to hire another employee. He’s busy enough to do so, but again, thanks to your policies the economy is too uncertain to trust there will be customers willing to spend money tomorrow.klonopin online no prescription
As for the American people, we’re tired of the 9.2% official unemployment rate. You keep telling us you’re rolling up your sleeves, but things keep getting worse. With all due respect, you’re making it worse. You spend more time campaigning than doing your job. We don’t even know what your job is anymore. What do you do, besides appointing radicals who ram regulations down our throats? Oh yeah, you go out and use our tax dollars to campaign and vilify job creators, sign legislation putting bureaucrats in charge of our health, oh, and sign massive “stimulus” bills that do anything but stimulate. That’s not an effective way to spur job creation. We’d all be better off had you done nothing for the past three years.
I won’t bother sending it to him. He ignored our tweets, why would he respond to a letter?
H/T Gateway Pundit
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