Tag Archives: Experience

Skilled Labor Is Worthy

You get what you pay for, as the saying goes.

“Labor.  Skilled labor isn’t cheap.  Cheap labor isn’t skilled.”
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The Fork In the Path Of Answers

Which suits your pleasure?

“sad but true.  answers.  Simple but wrong.  Complex but right.”
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Semi Truck Parks Backwards In Garage

Adept driver makes it look easy.

“FedEx truck reverse garage parking.”
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Friend Speaks Truth From The White House

On her friend Barack Obama, who went on to become POTUS.

Valerie Jarrett sometimes pointed out that not only had he never managed an operation, he’d never really had a nine-to-five job in his life.

Yes.  The rest of America can clearly see that now.

“Slo-mo bubble breaking.”
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Obama Calls Daddy For Help

Hillary was right.  NYP.  On how to run a presidency.  Rhetoric v. Hands On.

In a Nevada debate, Obama admitted that he wasn’t a particularly organized person. But that was OK because a president’s core role shouldn’t be organizational but inspirational: “It involves having a vision for where the country needs to go . . . and then being able to mobilize and inspire the American people to get behind that agenda for change.”

Pshaw, responded Hillary Clinton, the president is really a “chief executive officer” who must be “able to manage and run the bureaucracy.”

Barack Obama’s weak and inexperienced governing ability, and pointed castigation of his own supporters who are witnessing their elected one erode and then abandon their core mantra, has underscored his inability to lead the country overall.  So who do you call when things are falling apart, you can’t work with your supporters or your opponents, and you don’t know what to do?

The Phone In The White House.”

Who do you call?  Daddy.  Obamateurism of the Day.  HA.  The judgment of a young one. 

…even the temper tantrum on Tuesday doesn’t compare to the abdication last night at the White House podium.

“Mr. Clinton had been meeting privately with Mr. Obama before their appearance, in a confab requested by the current president. The reason was “self-explanatory,” Mr. Gibbs conceded, given Mr. Clinton’s experience in navigating a Republican-led Congress.”
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From Audacity to Animosity.   “No president has alienated his base the way Obama has.”  WSJ. 

It wasn’t a compromise, it was a bow. 

Bowing Obama
“Bowing Obama.”
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Bill’s Back: Clinton commands stage at White House.  AP/Yahoo. 

“Oh, I had quite a good time governing,” a smiling Clinton said. “I am happy to be here, I suppose, when the bullets that are fired are unlikely to hit me.” 

That’s right.  When the tally is counted at the very end, they will Say Loud and Say It Proud.  IOTW.  “Obama.  He’s a number two!”

“Obama.  He’s a number two!”
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Dumb Gun Move

Some people should not be playing with guns.

que tonto!

October 24, 2010

The Peasants Disagree With Doctor Obama

Dr. Obama Has Misdiagnosed Peasantry’s Ills.  Charles Krauthhammer.  IBD.

Frankly, America is frightened of the Democrat-in-Chief and his buddies, who seem to think they can impose their prescription of massive spending on a country diagnosed in deep financial trouble.  Notwithstanding, their entire leftist ideology of bestowing entitlement freely without the means to pay for it, is unsettling.

Of course, penalizing those who pay into the system with ever-increasing broader and more extensive taxes and regulations strangles the very essence of what drives and feeds this nation.  But for The One whose community organizing philosophy and work, a short political career without substantive experience realized, that preceded his meteoric rise to the presidency with a hope and change gimmick, his hubris charmed only the most naive.  Anyone else could have predicted the debacle created by those in power today. 

Here Obama has spent two years bestowing upon the peasantry the “New Foundation” of a more regulated, socially engineered and therefore more humane society, and they repay him with recalcitrance and outright opposition. Here he gave them ObamaCare, the stimulus, financial regulation and a shot at cap-and-trade — and the electorate remains not just unmoved but ungrateful.

Faced with this truly puzzling conundrum, Dr. Obama diagnoses a heretofore undiscovered psychological derangement: anxiety-induced Obama Underappreciation Syndrome, wherein an entire population is so addled by its economic anxieties as to be neurologically incapable of appreciating the “facts and science” undergirding ObamaCare and other blessings their president has bestowed upon them from on high.

Folks are smarter than Obama gives them credit.  Facts and science do not support his agenda.  They are not bendable, like his trite “bending the curve” phrase, and as plainly evidenced by the economy and unemployment today.  The long and the short of it is whether the policies and legislation positively affect the average American.  The answer is clearly no.

The story of the last two years is as simple as it is dramatic. It is the epic story of an administration with a highly ideological agenda encountering a rising resistance from the American people over the major question in dispute: the size and reach and power of government and, even more fundamentally, the nature of the American social contract.

Will he and his Democratic cronies get the hint, ever?  Will the mid-term elections send the resounding message that the treatment recommended is completely out of line?

“Dr. Obama.  Obamacare”
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