Dumbest comment ever?
I’ll skip to the red meat of this article on Obama’s economic policy and strategy for Winning Teh Future (election):
• Thursday: “Obama to push stimulus plan.” The President signals more government fiscal action, to be unveiled after Labor Day. Ideas on the table: New spending on roads and a tax credit for companies that hire workers.
The thinking, say aides, is to pressure Republicans to pass these proposals or look indifferent to high unemployment. So even as he proposes to reduce deficits far into the future in ways that will depend on decisions by future Congresses, the President will fight to increase spending immediately. Americans may conclude they’ve heard this cognitive dissonance before.
Obama wants to spend more and more and more, and his strategy is to increase spending while blaming republicans for standing in the way of job creation.
I can’t stand the pie-throwing any longer – business is doing just fine thank you, WSJ.
Week after week we read that corporations are flush with cash and hunkering down for tough times. They just keep making more money and not creating new jobs.
So, the WSJ keeps throwing snowballs at the Obama Presidency for its lack of sensitivity to business. BS, pure and simple. Business better start to invest some of that Trillion dollar stash before the 50% of taxpayers (who earn less than $30,000 per year) take to the streets. It won’t be pretty. Tripoli might look like a picnic in the park by comparison.
That will be the story you never figured out in time to avert.
Yea, businesses are doing great! I mean, those that haven’t gone under. Ha ha ha. I mean, right, huh? LOL. The WSJ is just hatey, and wants Obama to fail.
And that Trillion dollar stash? Is that like the Obama stash?
In reply, we get this one :
Uhm…There are virtually no federal income “taxpayers” making $30,000 per year or less. In fact, a family of 4 can make up to $50,000 per year and owe no federal income tax.
I’ve got an early morning “thing” so this will have to do for now.