Oops, we left out the news in that bit of bad news for the jobless: the unemployment rate rose to 9.2% in June.
Don’t blame Obama you jobless layabouts, he’s been busy with his checklist. Obama is busy raising money for himself and is much too busy to bother with layabouts who don’t bother to read about the GDP or the jobless numbers so screw you (plus, you cheapos refuse to contribute money to him). Anyone who disagrees that most Americans are lazy layabouts will be hired, not fired, by Obama.
The only job that matters to Barack Obama is Barack Obama’s job you lazy layabouts. On that score Professor Jacobson brings us a rib tickling Hanukkah gift:
“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.”
No one wants to invest in a company or a country run by a boob. Back in February 2009 we declared that Obama’s budget was “clueless, truthless, hopeless”. We opposed his budget and his stimulus scam because you don’t let a boob invest your money or run your country – and Obama had no plan or any idea about how to get an economic plan.
Some on the left opposed Obama’s plan because they wanted even more money to be spent. We opposed that as well. It would not have helped the economy if Obama spent ten times as much in his stimulus scam because he did not know what he was doing, had no plan for economic recovery (other than spend and hope), and was an all around boob. Keynes does not work with a boob in charge. A tree is known by its fruit, a boob is known by his boobery.
But I didn't know Ellen Burstyn except for that film so I went out and started renting her films. It's always fun and exciting when you dsicover someone new that you like and get to watch all these films you weren't aware of. So I saw a lot of great films -- some I had heard of, some I hadn't. "The Last Picture Show" was great. "The Exorcist" was scary. "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" was one of the best films and has to be a top 5 for its decade (70s). "The Spitfire Grill" was one I didn't rent because it was at the movies while I was discovering her body of work. And that's another great film.
But if I'd mention her, I'd usually hear about two films "Alex In Wonderfland" was the first and that's because people found that hard to get a copy of. I still haven't seen that one all this time later. The other was "Resurrection" and anyone who saw it swore it was her best performance. But it was hard to find as well.