Wednesday, August 17, 2011

This'n'That; August Seventeenth #1 Tour-Again!

{As is the norm, if this post seems out-of-order; a better 'view' will be:}
owe-bama's Magical "Misery" Tour
    Thank Allah, it's gonna end!!
When the "Clown Prince" failed to get a 'bounce' in his disapproval ratings, the imcompetent media started touting the 'Misery' Tour as a preamble to the important jobs speech scheduled for delivery next month.  Is it truly a 'jobs tour' when owe-bama goes to the mid-west towns and villages with the lowest unemployment rates in their respective areas?!?
    "Clown Prince" owe-bama is out of 'bullets!!'  Everything this sophomoric moron has tried--HAS FAILED!!  Given that--for the umpteenth time--owe-bama is focusing (laser-like, we presume) on jobs; given that the previous eight--count 'em: EIGHT--'important jobs speeches' were long on bluster but short on ideas; why wait until September to blather at the people?!?  Three reasons:
    Oh, and get this!!!  The lack of jobs and general economic ideas is promulgating some really strange regime bluster:  Another sophomoric regime moron--this Vilsack guy--is saying that increasing the food stamp rolls is a form of economic stimulus!!  If both of the cited sophomoric morons were really interested in jobs creation--rather than wealth redistribution--they'd disband the NLRB and allow Boeing, Inc., to hire their projected 3,500 new employees in North Charleston, South Carolina!!
1.  "Clown Prince" owe-bama is still on the "Magical Misery" Tour, blathering on about jobs at the residents in lesser unemployed areas.
2.  "Clown Prince" owe-bama is scheduled to take his monthly vacation at the $50,000-a-week Blue Heron Farm in Martha's Vineyard, Ma. (Oh!!  Don't forget the lodging, travel and subsistance requirements of the 50-or-so 'yes-men' that travel with the 'First Rulers!')
3.  "Clown Prince" owe-bama is fresh out of ideas!  This wait will give him time to pray to Allah for a 'Japan-esque' kerfuffle to strike a golf course near barackingham Palace, thus giving him something important to train that laser-like focus on!!

  This makes me glad that an 'Ivy League' school was NOT in my future as a young adult!!
Til Nex'Time....



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