Obama Makes Things Better by Making Things Worse

  Originally posted at the Blacksphere Few would argue that the unemployment statistics are shockingly abysmal.   Recently, Alabama Republican Senator Jeff Sessions pointed out that “for every one job added, nearly 5 people left the workforce.” According to Senator Sessions: In December, the economy added only 74,000 jobs – not nearly enough to keep […]

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Looks Like 52% of Those Eligible to Work are Out of the Labor Force

Originally posted at the Blacksphere One of Friday’s Drudge Report headlines read: The shocking title linked to an article entitled: “People Not in Labor Force Soar to Record 91.8 million; Participation Rate Plunges to 1978 Levels.” Here’s what the article says:   Curious why despite the huge miss in payrolls the unemployment rate tumbled from 7.0% […]

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Obama-Induced Unemployment and America’s Libido

I’ve come to the conclusion that Obama’s female supporters have yet to fully grasp the fact that birth control is probably the last thing they’ll be needing in the days ahead.

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The Pink Slip President

Originally posted in BIG Government In the abysmal economic climate America presently finds itself in, almost no one is immune from unemployment, because joblessness threatens everyone. While Barack Obama duffs around on the golf course, one can’t help but wonder if he fully grasps the fact that, thanks to his own incompetency, the potential to […]

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Obama embarks on ‘Magical History Tour’ – American Thinker – July 27, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker Blog Dust off the tour bus, shove the Styrofoam Ionic columns into the luggage compartment, and test the reverb, Barack is taking to the road on a “summer of recovery” excursion, more aptly called the “Magical History Tour.”  Instead of spending time in Washington DC executing presidential duties, Obama has […]

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