Friday, July 3, 2009

Where are the jobs?


Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, after 8 years of runaway spending under Bush and six of a GOP congress, the GOP is in no position to snivel about Dimocrat spending: they were almost as bad.
A new face of the GOP that wasn't there shovelling out cash under Bush might have some credibility pointing out what a fiasco Obama's 'stimulus' plan is.
John Boehner is NOT that guy. He should shut up and stop embarassing himself pretending to be a conservative.

Palmoni said...

That's completely true, but the Republicans are masters at deflecting the real issues into a soundbite.

Before the election, they said the Democrats were bad mouthing the economy.

Now the shoe is on their foot, and they are back in full court press mode.

As you said, he is NOT that guy!

Remember when Representative (now SC Gov Sanford) was making such a stink about Clinton and Lewinsky?

He said this:

"I think it would be much better for the country and for him personally (to resign). ... I come from the business side. ... If you had a chairman or president in the business world facing these allegations, he'd be gone."

John Boehner, is to fiscal conservatism, as Sanford is to fidelity!

Palmoni said...

If you didn't get the basketball analogy, and the "resignation" nuance, in the above post you will now:

In regarding the "full court press"..isn't that what Ms. Palin said in here "resignation" speech? see at 1:30 in speech in above link

But then, I said "It's written, so that the nuances can't be detected, even with an earpiece, two teleprompters or five handlers. You need to know, to know what it means, and what it reads, is not what it says!"