Epic fail obamanomics: A Rebuttal

Rebutting Obama’s Rebuttal

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Obama after Midterm Election

Mark Alexander responds to Barack Hussein Obama’s spin on the midterm election derailment of his endeavor to “fundamentally transform America”:

Obama: I think that over the last two years, we have made a series of very tough decisions, but decisions that were right in terms of moving the country forward in an emergency situation, where we had the risk of slipping into a second Great Depression.

FACT: Obama “inherited” the Bush administration’s decision to prop up the banks in order to avoid a cascading economic collapse. Obama’s “stimulus plan” did little more than stimulated the growth of the central government in order to prop up the transition to a Democratic Socialist state. See the stats.

Obama: But what is absolutely true is that with all that stuff coming at folks fast and furious — a recovery package, what we had to do with respect to the banks, what we had to do with respect to the auto companies — I think people started looking at all this and it felt as if government was getting much more intrusive in people’s lives than they were accustomed to.

FACT: I think he actually gets it right here. There is a Great Awakening to the threat of Obama’s Socialist agenda.

Obama: Now, the reason was there was an emergency situation, but I think it’s understandable that folks said to themselves, you know, maybe this is the agenda as opposed to a response to an emergency. And that’s something that I think, you know, everybody in the White House understood was a danger.

FACT: Right again, but Obama’s endeavor to nationalize health care (18 percent of the U.S. economy) had nothing to do with any financial emergency other than, in the words of O’s former Chief of Staff, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”

Obama: I think that what I think is absolutely true is, voters are not satisfied with the outcomes. I mean, if — if right now we had 5 percent unemployment instead of 9.6 percent unemployment, then people would have more confidence in those policy choices. The fact is — is that, you know, for most folks, you know, proof of whether they work or not is, has the economy gotten back to where it needs to be? And it hasn’t.

FACT: “I think that what I think is absolutely true…” Obama just admitted that because his policies have done nothing to boost the economy and private sector employment, a majority of the American people have awakened to his ruse.

May Obama and his ilk continue to cling to their delusions … but the fact is, his endeavor to “fundamentally transform America” has been derailed.


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6 Responses to “Epic fail obamanomics: A Rebuttal”

  1. mainenowandthen Says:

    That raggedy-ass rooster should be formalized as “The Great One’s” new logo. Completely in tatters, just like his image and his policies.


  2. TexasFred Says:

    And now it’s all the TEA Party’s fault… 😦


  3. TexasFred Says:

    That raggedy-ass rooster wouldn’t make a good pot of soup… 😛


  4. Patrick Sperry Says:

    Soup..? Some pretty lousy, as in louse soup maybe! Or perhaps Nit soup…


  5. PanAm Says:

    That is a mighty foul fowl that “personifies” the explanation of failure…


  6. Patrick Sperry Says:

    So true PanAm.


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