Tag Archive 'Unemployment'

Sep 28 2011

Big-Government’s Failures Bringing Dems And Obama Down

Competent: Having sufficient skill [1], knowledge [2], ability [3] or qualifications [4] The concept of being competent (versus incompetent) has been lost on career politicians and bureaucrats. To them competence is optional (or maybe even coincidental). All that matters is power – i.e., how many people do your bidding, how much money are you controlling […]

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Aug 11 2011


It’s official, the inexperienced and naive White House has completely run out of ideas. They have no experience in the private sector, so they have no clue how to rejuvenate our economy and create jobs. Instead they are coming out with an endless stream of sophomoric proposals more indicative of a middle school homework assignment […]

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Aug 05 2011

Why Experience Really Does Count

The nation has learned a brutal lesson these last 3 years, ever since we naively elected a man of no great accomplishment to the most important and demanding job on the planet. We have a ‘community organizer’ who ruthlessly worked his way up through the political strata – not once accomplishing more than his own […]

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Jul 13 2011

Our Petulant & Errant President

Barack Obama has decided to stomp his foot, hold his breathe and threaten to hurt senior citizens if he does not get his way: President Obama on Tuesday said he cannot guarantee that retirees will receive their Social Security checks August 3 if Democrats and Republicans in Washington do not reach an agreement on reducing […]

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Sep 03 2010

Democrats Had Their Chance – Muffed It

As the summer of 2010 ends, people are desperate to get back to work – but there are not enough jobs. Thanks to the Democrats lame, liberal fantasy about government-based stimulus spending, the majority of the economy that DOES NOT work for Uncle Sam is still struggling to get by. After 2 years of liberal […]

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Aug 27 2010

Democrats Stalled Our Economic Engine

As the Obama-Reid-Pelosi economic policies hit their stride the horrid results are coming in: The U.S. economy grew more sluggish than initially estimated in the second quarter, and corporate profits nearly dried up, further evidence that the recovery is losing steam. Gross domestic product, the value of all goods and services produced, rose at an […]

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Aug 22 2010

Hard Truth: Stimulus Bill Did NOT Lessen Unemployment

Bombshell Update Below! Powerline has a post out today discussing evidence the stimulus bill did not lessen unemployment, as the Obama administration and Democrat Congressional Leaders claim: Those who tout the bill point to a study by liberal economists Alan Blinder and Mark Zandi purporting to show that the fiscal stimulus enacted under Presidents Bush […]

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Aug 19 2010

Unemployment Picture Much Worse Than People Think

The ‘surprise’ news out today that the unemployment picture is heading south again is not really a surprise to anyone who is not deluded by liberal spin. Many of  us knew over a year ago the liberal stimulus bill could never stimulate job growth as structured. We also knew the census and summer jobs bubble […]

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Aug 11 2010

Obamanomics A Dismal Failure

As we all end our summer season as best we can, given this horrid economic mess the Democrats have saddled us with, it is important to recall the false promises made by the liberal economists who were so sure government could spend our economy out of a recession.   This Keynesian theory, which dates back […]

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Jul 30 2010

Finally – Government Data Shows Stimulus Bill Did Not Stimulate

Whoever got the lame brain idea government spending – fueled by running up massive deficits and debt – would ‘stimulate’ the economy is eating some crow now that the government’s own key indicators show no evidence of any stimulus: The recovery lost momentum in the spring as growth slowed to a 2.4 percent pace, its most […]

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