Quote Of The Day

William A. Jacobson:

“The only way for Obama to stimulate the enormous private sector job growth needed to ensure Obama’s reelection is for Obama to announce he is not running for reelection, which would unleash a wave of investment and economic activity not seen since the Great Depression.”


Author: qcexaminer

None of your damned business.

5 thoughts on “Quote Of The Day”

  1. I agree. The rich will try and beat Pres Obama by artificially keeping the economy flat.
    It is a great strategy but I am afraid that it will not work.
    The USA Today had an article about the gap between the haves and the have nots has widened.
    This is a problem for the Republicans.
    This along with the fact Republicans have bad candidates.

  2. When the stock market goes up a little, Obama claims credit .. but any unemployment is still Bush’s fault, according to the Obama unicorn dream team.

    Employers and investors saw Obama coming in advance, and ran and hid. They knew a hard core socialist/communist would make things worse … “electricity prices will necessarily skyrocket”. “Reparations are not enough”. “It’s good when you spread the wealth around”. A moratorium against our drilling, but money to Brazil for their drilling so we can be their “best customer”. This is insanity or sedition.

    The problems are deep and wide, but Obama promises to cut spending … maybe .. in 2020 or later. Even the Russians only made false promises five years out … Obama needs twelve year plan, with all changes coming in a decade. Barry is more likely to see a third term than bow out for 2012.

  3. more likely to SEEK a third term I meant … since he admires the way Chavez extended his term, and supported Zelaya’s illegal attempt to become a dictator in Honduras.

  4. If the economy and unemployment numbers don’t improve, Obama will likely see a a third term before he sees a second term . 🙂

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