Tuesday, September 4, 2012

How would you answer?

As the Communist party kicks off their convention to coronate the worst president ever, American Pravda asks the age old question, Are you better off today then you were four years ago.
For most Americans the answer would be a resounding NO!
But who might answer yes?
First up would be the welfare rats, those who are not looking for jobs nor wanting them. The last four years have been a cake walk for them. Since they have no skills nor work history, they are not even considered if they do put in a job application to please some social worker. Easy street for them got longer and broader as they can buy more with their food stamps then ever before.
Next in line, Hollywood. You would think that with so many Americans out of jobs that Hollywood would be suffering, but indeed, even through the worst times, people need distractions. Maybe the distractions are more important now then in years gone by. Six years ago, I was often too tired to think about a movie. Still am, but that aint the case for between 10 and 20 percent of our job force. So couple more time on their hands with a need for distraction, and the fools out west are lovin it. Funny that it does not seem to help California's miserable economic outlook.
The press. You would think that bad times would hurt the press, but like Hollywood, they bob right along on top of it all. People have more time to read, so even if its the worthless tripe put out by American Pravda, people looking for a distraction are there.
Working Americans? Sorry. You are stuck paying more at the pump, more at the grocery counter, higher taxes, and soon, more for less health care. If you are trapped in a union, your dues are going up to pay the media elite to campaign for ObamAA+.
As for Pravda's garbage, consider this snip,
Vice President Joe Biden seconded the broader better-off message at a Labor Day rally in Detroit and put the blame for the country's economic woes squarely on the Republicans, declaring "America is better off today than they left us when they left."
Then he struck up a familiar chant: "Osama bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive on life support."
Lets be a little bit honest, they are still in trouble, and now WE are on the hook for funding the union thugs. So I call it life support, where nothing works, and we have it stuck ful of needles pumping massive ammounts of needed stuff, in this case, tax dollars, into its carcass.
This election is going to be as bad as 2008. Romney still doesn't look good in my book, but at least he will shift the bus crash into a lower gear. We need a fresh crop in Washington to say enough is enough and turn this arround.

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