Obama's Economic Plan

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Barack Obama has a plan; a big economic plan to fire up business and create jobs. He will, of course, unveil his brainchild after returning from Martha’s Vineyard for a much-needed vacation from campaigning. He thinks that lolling with his liberal high rollers ($50,000 per week rent) and breathing some Atlantic saltwater air should completely clear any proven methods for job creation that might enter his mind.
The country has lived with this President’s incompetence and anti-growth policies for nearly three years and knows his economic plan is a one-trick pony that grows more tiresome by the day. He trots out his little red pony almost daily in a comical effort to convince people he has a clue as to what he’s talking about. His
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When Obama speaks people also listen; except the stock market drops like a rock at the sound of his foolishness.
If the American people could convince him to stay on Martha’s Vineyard, do nothing, and cease giving speeches, hundreds of comedians would be out of work, but the country could recover from its freefall and survive until the 2012 election. Unfortunately, a hurricane drove him back into the spotlight; and worse, back into his economy destroying programs.
Killing jobs by taxing and regulating businesses and financial institutions, then ranting about the rich, is inconsistent with reason, logic and common sense. Then again, if one’s primary goal is to bring down our form of government by using a Cloward and Piven strategy of collapsing the system, it would make sense. It would also explain his promise to “fundamentally transform America.” To be successful in this plot, he must first destroy the American economy.
An economy with over 14 million unemployed, tens of millions more underemployed and 46 million on food stamps (up by a third in two years) with millions more on public assistance, proves that he is well on his way. Incredibly, for the first time in American history an administration touts increasing the roles for food stamps and unemployment benefits as a way of stimulating the economy.
Republicans have a budget and jobs plan sitting on Harry Reid’s desk, while a trade agreement that Obama blames Congress for not passing lies untouched on the
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