“Firefly just won’t die. And that’s a good things. Browncoats never surrender, they just take up misbehavior…”
– John Ringo
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Ok, we’re three and half years into the Obama Economy, let’s see where we are.
For the past three months in a row more Americans are going on disability rolls than are finding jobs.
President Barack Obama’s Jobs Council hasn’t met for six months. Clearly, job creation is not an issue our Dear Leader is very concerned about.
Expect your grocery bills to go up, since corn prices are at record highs. Next time you are at the market, take a look at what you are putting in your cart and how much of that is made with high fructose corn syrup. Don’t forget the federal regulations requiring corn based ethanol in gasoline next time you are at the gas pump.
Obama’s Energy Department is ’Unable to Locate’ $500,000 in Equipment Bought With Stimulus Money.’ That is a half million tax payer dollars! The Energy Department didn’t earn that money, somebody else did (i.e. working Americans who pay federal taxes), and the “most transparent administration ever’ owes the American people a higher level of transparency than “ it would not be “appropriate” to release the name of stimulus-money recipient where the $500,000 worth of equipment could not be located.”
Don’t worry though, President Barry says that the Private Sector is Doing Just Fine.
Oh, right, reality forced him to retract that statement.
Update: Here are a few more items.
U.S. Existing Home Sales Unexpectedly Drop To Eight-Month Low. After three and a half years of the Obama Economy, items like this shouldn’t be “unexpected.”
Factory activity contracted for a second month in a row.
Consumer confidence dipped to 84.7.
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