June 11, 2011

Phoning it in..

"..oh, nothin' much, just playing POTUS here. How about you?"
Just so we stay focused here and take a brief respite from Weiner Gate, below is a partial excerpt from your beloved leader's Saturday morning address. Is it just me, or does it seem like this butt wipe just phoning it in?

Hello, everyone. I want to spend a couple minutes talking with you about our economy. We’ve just come through the worst recession since the Great Depression, and while our economy as a whole has been growing and adding private sector jobs, too many folks are still struggling to get back on their feet.

I wish I could tell you there was a quick fix to our economic problems. But the truth is, we didn’t get into this mess overnight, and we won’t get out of it overnight. It’s going to take time.

The good news is, when it comes to job-creation and economic growth, there are certain things we know we can do. Now, government is not – and should not be – the main engine of job-creation in. ...this country. That’s the role of the private sector. But one thing government can do is partner with the private sector to make sure that every worker has the necessary skills for the jobs they’re applying for.

On Wednesday, I announced commitments by the private sector, colleges, and the National Association of Manufacturers that will make it possible for 500,000 community college students to get a manufacturing credential that has the industry’s stamp of approval.Obama watches a Chrysler worker in Toledo 6-3-11

If you’re a company that’s hiring, you’ll know that anyone who has this degree has the skills you’re looking for. If you’re a student considering community college, you’ll know that your diploma will give you a leg up in the job market.

On Monday, I’ll travel to North Carolina, where I’ll meet with my Jobs Council and talk about additional steps we can take to spur private sector hiring in the short-term and ensure our workers have the skills and training they need in this economy.

Huh? Just come through the worst recession? Try the fact that we are still in the worst recession and probably going to end up in the first depression since the Great Depression if you keep screwing things up like you have been doing.

Didn't get into this mess overnight? Still trying to bale Bush? How about you grow a pair, you economic eunuch, and take responsibility for the almost three years you have been diddling this country.

How about telling the NLRB to let Boeing start building airplanes in South Carolina for starters, you vapid, empty suit? Then how about firing that pack on incompetent economic morons you have been shuttling through the White House and hiring some business people who know what is required for job creation in the real world?

..oh, sorry, I guess you gotta make your tee time, right?

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