June 30, 2012

Fast and furious high steppin'...

In my previous post, I mentioned that, irrespective of what Roberts' decision was, we were left the responsibility to fight this battle ourselves. That concept notwithstanding, it is nice to visit others' opinions of the SCOTUS decision. Mike Ramirez never fails to amuse and delight (and infuriate) with his art work:


..so, remember:

NOVEMBER 6TH: OUR TURN!

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June 29, 2012

In the end, it's up to us..



Just my opinion: 

..absenting ourselves from the dispute of whether Roberts is Obi-Wan Kenobi or a modern day Benedict Arnold, this is what we are left with and it is the battle ground upon which we must fight.

Personally and without congratulating Justice Roberts one whit, I'd rather fight this struggle than have the mandate crippled and that lying crapsack man-child POTUS droning on and on to his nation of mouth-breathing mirror-foggers that he wuz robbed.

As I said, ON NOVEMBER 6TH, IT'S OUR TURN!

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June 28, 2012

Hold that thought..until November 6th..

From the Executive Director of the Democratic National Committee, this classy tweet:


NOVEMBER 6TH: OUR TURN!

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June 26, 2012

Badia..badia..badia..that's all folks!

Like the Mother Whistler You Tube video, someone's come up with another work of art featuring the SCOAMF and it's a hoot:


O.K., so it's a compendium of this idiot's stammering. But remember this embarrassment?


..not too far from the parody, is it?

TANGENTIAL UPDATE: Odie inadvertently turned me on to an Open Letter over at Fuzzy Logic. At first I thought it was one of those "a pox on both your houses" screeds in the Libertarian vein wherein the author declares he or she is going to throw away their vote (my characterization) on a third party candidate because they believe Romney almost as bad as Obama.

I will stipulate to the fact that Romney is not [yet] a president of Ronald Reagan's stature and he does not carry the best of conservative credentials. But I do believe he is a far better chief executive than the hopeless, feckless Pantload is. Fuzzy Slippers' letter? Well, it is a well-crafted argument as to why people should not go to sleep ONCE ROMNEY IS ELECTED -- and that is a point I am 1,000% down with. She starts out:
There seems to be some general, and perhaps understandable, confusion among both leftists and the establishment GOP about the TEA Party and its very real role in national politics. I thought I’d take a few minutes to explain a few home truths to you so that you don’t misread a potential White House win as some sort of “mandate.” That would be a big mistake. Big.

Here’s why:
Well, to find out why, hurry over to Fuzzy Logic and read the rest for yourself.

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June 22, 2012

Reeking of desperation..

All outta words today..waiting for my 1858 Remington New Army Pietta to arrive. But then there's this from Weasel Zippers:


..stay humble, my friend.

DISGUSTING THOUGHT OF THE WEEK UPDATE: The Hot Air thread on the above subject garnered the following comment and response:


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June 21, 2012

Stay ignorant, my friend..


..and for the real thing:


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Past is prologue..

Here's a couple of riffs from the past that probably explains where we are going better that all of the punditry =-- left or right -- that passes for illumination on our viddy sets, me brothers!


..remember this?


..some argue that Romney is a slower trip to the cliff than Obama is. Whatever; live in your precious little libertarian world, your liberal world, or your conservative world.

Just don't kind yourself.

It might be a doleful message, but let us rid ourselves of our most imminent danger first THEN let's address the remaining threats.



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June 16, 2012

Making noise and having fun..

The Good Lance Corporal stumbled onto something interesting the other day and I must admit I am smitten. There is a segment of the shooting population that enjoys what they call Black Powder Shooting. These are the old muzzle-loading firearms antiques and replicas of same harkening us back to the gentler(?) age of the Wild West or Revolutionary War days.

He discovered that one can own a replica of a Samuel Colt .44 revolver (shown below) for surprisingly little money and apparently little or no interaction with the buzz-kill federal and state regulations. (Caveat: your mileage may vary.) In any event, I walked into my office one morning this week and this beautiful replica of the Colt 1860 .44 Army revolver on my desk. (He had gotten in from work late and put it there for me to see when I got up early in the morning.) It is a beautiful, graceful piece of machinery:

Pietta Colt 1860 .44 Caliber Army Revolver

And I was dumbfounded when he told me that these were available as inexpensively as they were and without the registration regulations required of normal pistols.

The operation of these is somewhat quaint, you do not just jam in another clip and wail away. (You can, however, do what they did back in the day: carry around pre-loaded cylinders.) Here is a video on the care and feeding of these beautiful pieces.


Anyway, I hope we can get out to the range and bang off a few rounds to see how it shoots. Hell, I might even pick up one for myself, and a holster and a hat and a serape.


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June 15, 2012

Same Bravo Sierra, different day..

One day after the Framing Speech in Cleveland and it's less than charitable press reviews, Obama is skewered by several items that accurately characterize the sum and essence of this fool's lip-flappin', G-droppin' message to his homies.

First, an ad from American Crossroads devishly disguised in the red, white, and powder blue mantle of the Obama color scheme:


..and then this cartoon by the incomparable Ramirez comparing our former presidents' famous remarks to The Pantload's soaring rhetoric:


And then there's always the latest gambit that The First Fool has thrown agaist the wall to see if it will stick: alone and without the consent or approval of congress, he's gonna order the cessation of deportation of young illegals entering this country:
The Obama administration announced Friday it will stop deporting illegal immigrants who come to the country at a young age.

The politically charged decision comes as Obama faces a tough reelection fight against Republican Mitt Romney, with Hispanic voters in swing states seen as a key bloc.

The change in policy could allow as many as 800,000 immigrants who came to the United States illegally not only to remain in the country without fear of being deported, but to work legally, according to a senior administration official speaking to reporters Friday.

Obama is set to make a statement at 1:15 p.m. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced the new policy Friday morning.

“Our nation’s immigration laws must be enforced in a firm and sensible manner,” Napolitano said in a statement. “But they are not designed to be blindly enforced without consideration given to the individual circumstances of each case. Nor are they designed to remove productive young people to countries where they may not have lived or even speak the language. Discretion, which is used in so many other areas, is especially justified here.”
Many point out that Romney, appearing on Face the Nation this Sunday (his first non-Fox "unsafe" appearance), needs to point out that this is an election gambit designed to pander to the intersection of two subsets of the electorate Obama desperately needs: young folks and illegals -- and, by extension, Hispanics. He can also say that the Tinkers-to-Evers-to-Chance on this is the bleeding heart mantra of “would you deport an innocent 16-year-old child who has done nothing, obeyed the law, and his/her only fault is that they were brought here by their parents” is extended to the parents: “Would you deport the parents of an innocent 16-year-old child who..”

And that means that those folks (the parents) will be here to take jobs from legal immigrant workers and American citizens AND perforce, their children will need to continue their education and have their healthcare paid for by the taxpayer.

I personally think, like the other strategies tried by this gang that couldn't shoot straight -- the war on wimminses, the war on dogs, the war on Bain Capital, the war on Ann Romney, the war on war, etc. -- that this will only succeed in placing a large orange Chef Boy-ar-Dee stain on the plaster and another messy pile of noodles on the floor below.

HUMOROUS OBAMA PALAVER VID UPDATE: Tying the ribbons on this post, here's a really funny bit done by the indomitable Ed Morrissey over on Hot Air that nails it using Caroline Af Ugglas’ “Nothing Left to Say”:


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June 14, 2012

Give the man what he wants..

Romney's latest ad on the heels of The Pantload's droning, mewling, creepy, framing speech today:


Well, you got it SCOAMF and you'll own this right up until 20 January 2013 when your bony ass will get thrown right out onto Pennsylvania Avenue.

In keeping with this theme, here's my choice for tune of the day:



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No special reason..


Actually, five special reasons: Corporal Terry Y. Ogama, Quang tri Province, 1968, 1LT Garrett E. Eddy, Ho Chi Minh Trail, Cambodia, 1971, 1LT John "Cappy" Robertson, 1LT Phil Lehman, and Dr John Zinke.

Not Memorial Day or Veteran's Day. I just was thinking of these guys..and my other brothers and sisters who served and paid some -- if not the ultimate -- price for our freedom.

(Thanks, Cappy!)

Smart stew..

No, this is not a day-early-rule-five-Friday entry. I don;t do that sort of thing because I am too busy scoping out the other blogs' entries. This is from my Squadron XO, 1LT Kevin King:


A 50-something year old Muslim man arrived at his seat on a crowded flight and immediately didn't want the seat. The seat was next to an elderly white woman reading her Bible. Disgusted, the Muslim man immediately summoned the flight attendant and demanded a new seat. The man said "I cannot sit here next to this infidel." The flight attendant said "Let me see if I can find another seat."

After checking, the flight attendant returned and stated "There are no more seats in economy, but I will check with the captain and see if there is something in first class." About 10 minutes went by and the flight attendant returned and stated "The captain has confirmed that there are no more seats in economy, but there is one In first class. It is our company policy to never move a person from economy to first class, but being that it would be some sort of scandal to force a person to sit next to an UNPLEASANT person, the captain agreed to make the switch to first class."

Before the irate Muslim man could say anything, the attendant gestured to the elderly woman and said, "Therefore ma’am, if you would so kindly retrieve your personal items, we would like to move you to the comfort of first class as the captain doesn't want you to sit next to an unpleasant person." Passengers in the seats nearby began to applaud while some gave a standing ovation.
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June 13, 2012

I'll have a steak and a dry martini..


Hope you choke on the olive, you worthless piece of crap.

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June 12, 2012

By the numbers..

There is a veritable blizzard of facts coming at us these days -- a by product of the election and Obama's seemingly more desperate attempt to sell his pathetic POTUS-hood to us yet again -- and it is rapidly turning out to be an epic fail.

I am sure most of you remember those dreary Sunday evenings when you were in school before a term-paper deadline. You know, that one piece of work that you put off until the very last moment because you were having too much fun partying to do the work. You resigned yourself to pulling an all-nighter figuring it would be enough but you knew in your heart of hearts it wouldn't be.

Well that's the situation this sack of crap finds himself in.

So now even an all-nighter won't save his fanny and he's left with yet another Dog Ate My Homework excuse. And even that won't fly because, well, ow many of these have we heard already?

Anyway, I digress. The Chicago Jesus is seemingly burning his personal popularity with the public with yet another pivot with laser-like focus on the jobs. Resist We Much on her blog, Predictable History, documented these pivots for your reading pleasure:
NOW – AUGUST 2011: Politico’s Playbook: “DEMS PLAN PIVOT TO JOBS.” (Mike Allen, “DEMS PLAN PIVOT TO JOBS: Transportation, Infrastructure, Tax Breaks On Fall Agenda,” Politico’s “Playbook”, 8/2/11)

THEN – DECEMBER 2009: Politico’s Playbook: “SIREN: White House Plans 'Very Hard Pivot To Jobs' Next Month.” (Mike Allen, “SIREN: White House Plans 'Very Hard Pivot To Jobs' Next Month -- Will Be 'Prescriptive',” Politico’s “Playbook”, 12/23/09)

11/2/09: President Obama Said That The Economy Was His “Overriding Focus.” “This is my administration's overriding focus. Having brought the economy back from the brink, the question is how are we going to make sure that people are getting back to work and able to support their families.” (President Barack Obama, “Remarks By The President During The Meeting Of The President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board,” The White House, 11/2/09)

12/23/09: “SIREN: White House Plans 'Very Hard Pivot To Jobs' Next Month.” (Mike Allen, “SIREN: White House Plans 'Very Hard Pivot To Jobs' Next Month -- Will Be 'Prescriptive',” Politico’s “Playbook”, 12/23/09)

1/14/10: Obama Says He Will “Have A Sustained And Relentless Focus Over The Next Several Months On Accelerating The Pace Of Job Creation, Because That’s Priority Number One.” (President Barack Obama, Remarks At The House Democratic Caucus Retreat, Washington, DC 1/14/10)

1/28/10: Obama Told Town Hall In Tampa, Florida That “Creating Jobs Has To Be Our Number One Priority In 2010.” (President Barack Obama, Remarks At Town Hall Meeting, Tampa, FL, 1/28/10)

1/29/10: Obama Told Congressional Republicans That Americans “Want Us To Focus On Their Job Security.” (President Barack Obama, Remarks At GOP House Issues Conference, Baltimore, MD, 1/29/10)

-By March, The New York Times Asked “Whatever Happened To That Shift From Health Care To The Economy?” “By the time March arrived, President Obama was supposed to be entering his third month of the year talking about three things: jobs, jobs, jobs. … So whatever happened to that shift from health care to the economy?” (Jeff Zeleny, “A Plan To Talk About Jobs, Elbowed Aside By Health Care,” The New York Times, 3/2/10)

3/17/10: Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY): “Congress Is Focusing On What The American People Want Us To Focus On, Which Is Jobs, Jobs, Jobs.” (Brian Faler, “Tax Break For New Hires Clear Congress In Jobs Bill,” Bloomberg, 3/17/10)

4/27/10: "Obama To Focus On Jobs, Rural Economy In Two-Day Midwest Trip." (Roger Runningen, "Obama To Focus On Jobs, Rural Economy In Two-Day Midwest Trip," Bloomberg, 4/27/10)

-“President Barack Obama Embarks On A Two-Day, Campaign-Style Swing Through The Rural Midwest Today To Talk About The U.S. Economy And Jobs As He Turns Attention To What Will Be A Top Issue In The November Midterm Elections.” (Roger Runningen, "Obama To Focus On Jobs, Rural Economy In Two-Day Midwest Trip," Bloomberg, 4/27/10)

5/18/10: "Democrats Shifting Focus Back To Jobs Creation.” (Jackie Calmes, "Democrats Shifting Focus Back To Jobs Creation," The New York Times, 5/18/10)

- “A Year That Democrats Decreed Would Be About ‘Jobs, Jobs, Jobs’ Has Produced A Far Different Check List.” “A year that Democrats decreed would be about ‘jobs, jobs, jobs’ has produced a far different check list as its sixth month nears: health care, financial regulation, energy, a nuclear arms treaty and a Supreme Court vacancy, as well as investigations into a mine accident, a calamitous oil spill, a failed terrorist attack in Times Square and alleged Wall Street fraud... They hope to change that starting this week.” (Jackie Calmes, "Democrats Shifting Focus Back To Jobs Creation," The New York Times, 5/18/10)

6/17/10: The Obama Administration Kicks Off “Recovery Summer … A Six-Week Long Push Designed To Highlight The Jobs Accompanying A Surge In Stimulus-Funded Projects.” “Vice President Joe Biden today will kick off the Obama administration’s ‘Recovery Summer,’ a six-week-long push designed to highlight the jobs accompanying a surge in stimulus-funded projects to improve highways, parks, drinking water and other public works.” (Mike Allen, “Obama, Biden Declare ‘Recovery Summer’,” Politico, 6/17/10)

7/12/10: Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV): “This Work Period, Like Every Work Period, Will Be About Jobs: How To Create Them, How To Save Them …” (Sen. Harry Reid, Floor Remarks, 7/12/10)

8/25/10: MSNBC’s Chuck Todd: “I Have To Say These Housing Numbers, This Entire Summer, Remember It Began – The Administration Called It ‘Recovery Summer.’ Every Economic Indicator Has Collapsed In The Last Two Months.” (MSNBC, “The Daily Rundown,” 8/25/10)

9/8/10: Obama Launches A “Hail-Mary Pass To Stimulate The Economy And Create New Jobs.” “Facing a grim unemployment picture and potentially disastrous mid-term elections for Democrats, President Obama is launching the political equivalent of a hail-Mary pass to stimulate the economy and create new jobs.” (Editorial, “Desperately Seeking Jobs,” The Miami Herald, 9/8/10)

- “Voters Are Entitled To Ask Why The Administration Has Waited So Long To Focus On Job Creation …” “Voters are entitled to ask why the administration has waited so long to focus on job creation (beyond government jobs). By doing so very late in the game, it suggests that Mr. Obama is desperate to find solutions for an economic stimulus plan that failed.” (Editorial, “Desperately Seeking Jobs,” The Miami Herald, 9/8/10)

12/22/10: President Obama Said “We Now Have To Pivot And Focus On Jobs And Growth.” (President Barack Obama, News Conference, Washington D.C., 12/22/10)

- Obama Added That “Making A Dent In The Unemployment Rate” Was His “Singular Focus.” “And my singular focus over the next two years is not rescuing the economy from potential disaster, but rather jumpstarting the economy so that we actually start making a dent in the unemployment rate and we are equipping ourselves so that we can compete in the 21st century.” (President Barack Obama, News Conference, Washington D.C., 12/22/10)

1/31/11: “The White House Has Quickly Pivoted To Jobs After The President’s State Of The Union.” “Turning to domestic politics, the White House has quickly pivoted to jobs after the president’s State of the Union -- even if it’s being overshadowed by the situation in Egypt.” (“First Thoughts: Balancing Act,” NBC News’ “First Read,” 1/31/11)

4/1/11: “Obama’s Day: Turning Back To Jobs … President Obama Returns Today To What He Calls His Top Priority: Jobs.” “Though his presidential hours have been crowded by Libya, Japan and other foreign policy challenges, President Obama returns today to what he calls his top priority: jobs.” (David Jackson, “Obama’s Day: Turning Back To Jobs,” USA Today, 4/1/11)

8/2/11: “OBAMA AND SENATE DEMS PLAN PIVOT TO JOBS: Senate Democrats hope they now have ‘checked the box’ on debt reduction and can move to an agenda focused on job creation and economic growth, through a combination of spending and tax cuts.” (Mike Allen, “DEMS PLAN PIVOT TO JOBS: Transportation, Infrastructure, Tax Breaks On Fall Agenda,” Politico’s “Playbook”, 8/2/11)

CHANCES ARE, THAT LIKE THE OTHER PIVOTS, OBAMA WILL BE MORE FOCUSED ON SAVING HIS OWN JOB RATHER THAN CREATING ANY FOR AMERICA

- "The White House In 2009 “Assumed A Recovery Was Under Way” And So Fixing The Economy Was “No Longer Their Top Priority.” “Today, that brief period of optimism looks like one of the worst things that could have happened to the White House, other Democrats and, above all, the economy. The nascent recovery removed the urgency that the Obama administration and Democratic senators felt in early 2009. They still favored more action, like aid to states and tax cuts, but it was no longer their top priority. They assumed a recovery was under way.” (David Leonhardt, “Job Losses Outweigh Administration’s Successes,” The New York Times, 10/26/10)

Former Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA) Said That ObamaCare Was A Distraction From The “Jobs Problem.” “I agree with that and I think it was an important thing to do but it had a huge cost as it spun out. Because first of all, it was… it sopped up all the brain cells for a year while other problems festered. And I think, I don’t know that we would be farther along with the jobs problem but it is the huge problem and it’s going to be the motivator for a lot of voters in 2012. That was one and two I think because the product was partisan, its acceptance, and Vin’s right, it’s being challenged everywhere has been very tough.” (Former Rep. Jane Harman, Remarks At The Aspen Ideas Festival, Aspen, CO, 6/28/11)

- Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA) Said White House Pushed Health Care And Climate Change Legislation When They Should Have Been Focused On Jobs. “He said the ‘momentum of the campaign’ convinced the White House to move forward with health care and climate change legislation when jobs should have been their priority. Also, putting forth a health care proposal without much guidance to Congress complicated life for senators quite significantly, he said. ‘This health care reform debate was bubbling up through five different committees without this specific legislative framework,’ he said.” (Marc Ambinder, “Webb: Obama Had Wrong Focus In The Beginning,” The Atlantic, 10/1/10)

- President Obama’s “Lack Of A Laser-Like Focus” On The Economy Gave Democrats “Cause For Concern.” “The economy, and Obama's lack of a laser-like focus on the issue, has given some Dems in competitive districts cause for concern. ‘The economy is the biggest issue for voters and for most candidates,’ said Maura Dougherty, a Dem consultant who represents a significant number of clients facing tough re-elections. ‘To have the White House talking about something else is not helpful.’” (Jeremy P. Jacobs, “Obama Struggling To Find Footing On Economy,” Hotline’s On Call Blog, 8/30/10)

Note that this litany of pivot, aside from painting Obama as a whirling Dervish, was compiled IN AUGUST 2011. So you can add a few more spins to the list, I am sure.

Anyway, I am wandering off topic here. The point was that we are being inundated with a fusillade of facts by this clown and his campaign, A.K.A., The Gang That Could Not Shoot Straight. The most prominent of these is the one that gives his ardent tongue-bathers a fit of the vapors and sends the MSM running dog lackeys sprinting for their sequined knee pads: the shibboleth that this administration created 4.3 million jobs. While not consigning this to the scrap heap, Gerri Willis of the Fox Business Network, deconstructs most of this rather artfully:


I am not completely comfortable with Ms Willis' dismissal because it leaves open the door to the rejoinder that El Stiffo inherited these problems and it took the first fourteen months (forty one minus twenty seven) to get things rolling. Nonetheless, the 4.3 million jobs does leave a net negative in job creation.

By the way, you might run up against rebuttals by some of your liberal, Bammie-lovin' friends like this May 10th, 2012 argument from the DailyKOS (emphasis mine):
Here are the facts: Between October 2009 and the present, the unemployment rate has fallen from 10 percent to 8.1 percent. In October 2009, there were 129.5 million Americans with full-time jobs. Today, there are 133 million Americans with full-time jobs. That's a growth of 3.5 million jobs. Don't believe me? The numbers are here.

So yes, Mitt, they have been able to create jobs. And the workforce didn't decline during that period of time, either: It grew by 544,000.

And let's not forget the number one reason why job growth hasn't been stronger: layoffs in the public sector. In the private sector alone, more than 4 million jobs have been created since October 2009. But during the same period of time, a half-million public sector jobs were lost, and the reason why those jobs were lost is that too many concessions were made to Republicans in the stimulus and because Republicans used the filibuster and their recapture of the House to block the sorts of jobs bills that would have prevented those job losses.
The numbers in the link are the results of a query this clown did using the Economic Research site of the Federal reserve Bank of St Louis. I have excerpted the title and significant data:
Title: All Employees: Total nonfarm
Series ID: PAYEMS
Source: U.S. Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Release: Employment Situation
Seasonal Adjustment: Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency: Monthly
Units: Thousands of Persons
Date Range: 1939-01-01 to 2012-05-01
Last Updated: 2012-06-01 8:42 AM CDT
Notes: Handbook of Methods Establishment Survey -
(http://www.bls.gov/opub/hom/pdf/homch2.pdf)

Frequently Asked Questions - (http://stats.bls.gov:80/cps/cps_faq.htm)

2008-12-01 134379
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2010-07-01 129963 -58
2010-08-01 129912 -51
2010-09-01 129885 -27
2010-10-01 130105 220
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2011-02-01 130676 220
2011-03-01 130922 246
2011-04-01 131173 251
2011-05-01 131227 54
2011-06-01 131311 84
2011-07-01 131407 96
2011-08-01 131492 85
2011-09-01 131694 202
2011-10-01 131806 112
2011-11-01 131963 157
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I call your attention to the fact that the author cherry picked October 2009 as the starting point and, looking at the data series, one can see why. The excursion from January 2009 to October 2009 was a net loss of 4,282,000 jobs. (The numbers in the data are in thousands.) That is, January 2009 employment was 133,561,000 and October's was 129,279,000. If you do the math from January 2009 through May 2012 you get 133,009,000 less 133,561,000 or a negative 552,000 jobs -- which is how much this sad sack is in the tank.

Pray tell me, what's the magic of the October 2009 starting month? Didn't Obama's term start in January?

However, even if you accept the DailyKOS fool's premise that you do start in October 2010, then you would have 3,447,000 jobs created. (I do not know where he got the "workforce increased by 544,000 jobs" nonsense.) That's an average of 84,800 jobs created per month -- but it's a capricious number for the aforementioned reason of the arbitrary date range. If you calculate it based on the entire 41 months there there is a net LOSS of 13,600 jobs per month. Neither of these numbers address the fact, of course, that job creation needs to be around 150,000 or more just to take up the new entries into the work force from high school and college graduation.

So, the desperation in the Obama camp must be palpable as they prepare to pull their "all nighter" prior to the election.
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Which is it, Gomer?

Here's our beloved SCOAMF delivering his mixed message to us, his loyal followers:


Kinda confused, ain't he!

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June 11, 2012

1,000 Words..



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June 9, 2012

It's Bad?

Pic from Drudge today:


It's bad? Try, "he's bad!" That's it. Period.

Oh, wait! Maybe try "clueless", "calculating", "making it up as he goes", "inept", "incompetent", "petulant", "child-like", "whiny".

Or, how about SCOAMF?

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June 4, 2012

Wintour of our discontent..

"Now is the winter of our discontent
Made glorious summer by this sun of York..


- Duke of Gloster, Richard III, Act I Scene 1
It seems that the gang that can't shoot straight -- the Obama campaign -- has now also turned tone-deaf. Last Friday, in addition to hijacking Air Force One to go on a campaign junket thinly veiled as official business (a factory tour and speechifying sandwiched between six fundraisers), they also are going to allow the peasants a pair o' seats at their table at an upcoming NY fundraiser "hosted" by Sara Jessica "Why the long Face" Parker and Anna "I'm always in Vogue" Wintour.

The Romney/RNC Blitzkrieg did not waste any time jumping on this one:


It's a goodly part of the ad in playing in the background with those oh so uncomfortable numbers up close and personal.

How bad was this?

Even Juan Williams on Fox's Chris Matthews Sunday show gets it:


I won't dwell on the annoying accent and arrogance of Wintour as she recounts her good fortune at meeting women like Parker and "Mee-Shell Obah-Ma" but I truly wonder about a campaign whose dissonance includes bashing Romney as a One-Percenter while simultaneously seekign to raise funds with this bitch and Ferris Beuller's wife.

If any of you go, be sure to give us a report on the proceedings. I mean, we're all just waiting on pins and needles out here in flyover country..

..NOT!

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