Watch Obama’s Chief Economist Call Neil Cavuto an ‘Asshole’ for Asking Questions
Vid thanks to Weasel Zippers & Moonbattery
Do we Â really need to mention that this “Chief Economist” is just another Alinsky turd?
You can’t smoke yourself out of lung cancer. Its hard to eat yourself skinny. (Ask Michael Moore) Krugman’s drink-yourself-sober advice on handling the debt crisis is Â sharply at odds with reality.
We’re at the tail end of the largest economic intervention since World War II, and even on its own narrow, nebulous terms, it has been a colossal failure. The failure is obvious to working people. It’s obvious to unemployed people. It’s obvious to kindergarteners, to dogs and cats. Only Paul Krugman persists in thinking good things will happen if we just throw more money on the barbecue. Â Â More onÂ Paul Krugman
This was in response to Barack Obama whosent a letter to G20 leaders last weekÂ urging them to continue to run massive budget deficits in order to “keep economic growth strong.”
GDP growth wasÂ revised downward today. TELEGRAPH: Barack Obama is refusing to listen to reason on economic policy. “As it happens, the public debt trajectory is rather worse in the US than it is in Europe, yet Obama has adopted an overtly ’spend until we are broke’ approach in a calculated bid for growth and votes.” More onÂ Merkel Rejects Obama from Gateway Pundit
What a nightmare:
Chris Dodd told reporters this about his financial takeover bill today:
“No one will know until this is actually in place how it works. But we believe we’ve done something that has been needed for a long time. It took a crisis to bring us to the point where we could actually get this job done.”
Let’s see… Where have we heard that line before?
Today’s piece of socialist trash passed through committee onÂ straight party lines. House negotiators voted a party line 20-11 in favor of the final agreement; senators voted 7-5.Â “No One Will Know Until It’s Actually In Place How It Works”/Gateway Pundit
Obama railed that Bush showed “unconscionable ineptitude.” Obama further charged that Bush’s response was “achingly slow,” a result of “passive indifference,” and that his team was rife with “corruption and cronyism.”
Those adjectives now apply to Obama himself, as he seems lost amid his own disaster — eerily in about the same Gulf environs. Adding insult to injury, a recent poll revealed that Louisiana residents thought Bush had done a better job with Katrina than Obama has with BP.
Couldn’t one of Obama’s many handlers have warned him to ignore the media’s tingling-leg gaga worship, or their nonsense that Obama is “a god”?
The reality of Barack Obama is that he was an inexperienced “community organizer ” with an undistinguished record as a Senate newcomer…… Read it all
The REAL Bob says:
You know, since Obama’s coup d’Ã©tat, all we see anymore is hate, anger, incivility, immaturity, divisiveness, misfeasance, malfeasance, government takeovers of private business, chaos, destruction, incompetence, corruption and violence. That’s the change Obama brought to the country.
Well what he’s going to get in return is insurrection, retaliation and destruction.
Like attracts like and Obama’s gonna get his.
I suspect that with so much anger at the electorate level, that if Obama attempts to stop or cancel the November election, nullify it, postpone it or prevent the new congress from taking their seats in January, this anger is going to turn into a revolution with real guns and bullets flying â€“ in his direction.
Coup d’Ã©tat: a sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power from a government. Is this not what we have?
Obama comes out of nowhere, all of a sudden. He uses SEIU thugs to violently freighten people into submission. Tea Parties fight back, defending themselves. He illegally seizes private property left and righ and makes it a criminal offense if you DON’T buy health insurance and steals $20 billion from BP.
This, my friends, is a coup d’Ã©tat.