Obama – Empty Suit Empty Words – Part 1

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Reading the Barry Hussein website, I get the impression that it either hasn’t been updated since he “won” the last election or he is in perpetual hope and change and “make vague promises you never intend to keep” mode. Speaking to the lowest intellectual common denominator, which must also be his base, there is no reason to update his presentation or the content. They’ve proven they aren’t paying attention by virtue of their support and his “reelection”. Just smile and say “I love you back.” That’s all you have to do Barry boy. You’re a rock star. On second thought, rock requires talent and skills, you must be a rapper.

08 Empty SuitTo illustrate my point, I’ve compiled the content from the “economy” or “uhconomuh” (if he is using a fake accent while speaking to a group of blacks and trying to sound ethnically correct), page at Organizing for Action, http://www.barackobama.com/economy. My analysis and comments follow each of his meaningless bullet points. This is content from August 3rd, 2012, nine full months after the election, and almost five years into this American nightmare called the Barack Hussein obama Regime.

I challenge anyone to find even one substantiated verifiable actuality in this drivel. It is all platitudes, generalizations and rhetoric. Just another empty exhale from this community organizer turned nation wrecker. Barry Hussein’s text is in bold font; my comments follow in regular font.

Securing the American Dream and Strengthening the Middle Class

Firstly, after five years I’m asking myself, how does this regime define the American Dream? Is it as simple as dreaming that you can pay the rent or power bill this month? By “securing it” are you chaining it securely to a failing economy? Does “strengthening” the middle class mean making it a larger number? Strengthened to the tune of thirty million more foreigners given work permits could be his angle. We all know there is strength in numbers. Bigger equals stronger, so Hussein is promising a larger former middle class of Americans earning less as they search for lower paying work to fulfill that American Dream of paying this month’s rent. I think I’ve got it, but I’d better read on to be sure.

• Building an economy that creates more good paying jobs in the fast-growing industries for hard-working Americans.

What’s Barry Hussein waiting for? He’s been in office almost five years now. Does someone need to count to three and say go? What constitutes a good paying job in a fast growing industry? My research indicates the thirty fastest growing jobs in America are low skill or construction related and presently have a median average annual income of just $33,840. That’s not good paying. And that wage is before you add in the immigration floodgates factor. These figures also don’t reflect the effect of his war on coal or the mandated conversion to expensive alternative energy sources. Also, with his wonderful pie in the sky obamacare set to kick in, 77% of all job growth is in part-time positions. Yeah, guess it’s all in how you define a good paying job.

• Providing a quality education that doesn’t break the bank—and gives Americans the skills they need for the jobs that are in-demand today and the jobs of tomorrow.

Okay, one, two, three, go. Create, Barry, create. There he goes again with that talk of those elusive in-demand today jobs. I think I’m catching on. It’s semantics again. It just means we are demanding jobs. Nobody has them, nobody is going to get them. And ever since the last round of bail outs when Barry and Juan McCain got together, it’s the banks that are breaking us, not the other way around.

• Protecting the opportunity of owning a home—and building a housing finance system that provides a solid foundation for this dream.


Isn’t that supposedly what got our economy into this shambled mess to begin with? Can we really afford another trip down that same road? Is there any reason to expect that repeating the same mistakes will have a different outcome?

• Protecting retirement savings and making it easier for Americans to put money away—and keep it for when they need it.

That Barry Hussein, what a joker. As if anybody in the middle or lower income brackets has any retirement savings any more or any way to create them. He’s going to help me put some money away and keep it for when I need it. Okay, but I’ll need it tomorrow morning. I’ll be putting my last cent into the gas tank of my beater car to drive to my crappy low wage obamajob. But it is a non-issue anyway. By the time he’s through, we’ll all be unemployed. How do you retire from unemployment?

• Ensuring affordable health insurance that fits Americans’ budgets and is there when they get sick.

With obamacare, I, as an insignificant married American Citizen get to pay a $4,000 tax penalty for not purchasing a policy from Ocrappy Mutual of DC. Members of the elite DC thugocracy and illegal alien converts don’t have to buy the crappy insurance. If obamacare is so great, why is everybody in DC avoiding it like leprosy? (What? Leprosy’s not covered?)

• Growing the opportunities for upward mobility so that hard work pays off for everyone.

What the Hell is he talking about? That has a deceptively innocuous Marxist inspired sound to it, but can someone explain to me what that actually means in real world English? More empty rhetoric, the obama hallmark. This guy runs from specifics like OJ through an airport. Of course without ideas, specifics are a little tough to come by. And when the specifics he does have are counter to his oath of office, it’s safer to be vague.

Making America a magnet for jobs and manufacturing

This is great, Barry! I always loved playing with magnets when I was a kid!

• End tax breaks for companies to ship jobs overseas and reward companies that hire here at home.

Maybe Hussein should do that with his good friends at GE and Bank of America. Let’s not finance the relocation of their American manufacturing to other countries anymore, as we did with GM and their move to China. Paying companies to take their jobs elsewhere seems counterproductive and anti-American.

• Partner with businesses and communities to train American workers for high-tech manufacturing jobs.

Barry, the silent partner. There’s no way businesses and communities are going to fund the training of American workers when Hussein is giving foreign workers a first class ticket to U.S. jobs in his Amnesty bill. He’s providing low cost immigrant workers to his business cronies at the expense of those same Americans he pretends he’s helping. Mom always told me, actions speak louder than words.

• Slash reliance on foreign oil, create jobs and cut energy costs by doubling renewable energy production.

His answer is to forgo relatively cheap oil, coal and gas and to build twice as many windmills and solar farms. These also have the advantage of being much more expensive and unreliable, thereby increasing our financial depression. Great ideas, Hussein! Of course, oil, gas and coal don’t have to be from foreign sources, we’ve got lots of it here. He’s just the latest in the stream of blabber mouths to ignore our domestic production capabilities and allow us to be foreign dependent. Green is the New Red.

• Create jobs and help businesses by fixing the roads, bridges and other infrastructure most in need of repair first.

I’d swear we already did that four years ago. I remember a lot of construction barrels scattered out all over the country. It’s a shame our infrastructure got re-trashed out in just three or four years’ time. I guess we just don’t make roads and bridges like they used to.

Continued in Part 2, Please Look For It Tomorrow

Rick Wells is an author and a small business owner. He contributes to Joe the Plumber among other conservative media outlets, and he is the co-founder of the charity organization ‘Give a Kid a Smile’ which you can follow and support at this link: www.facebook.com/GiveAKidASmile?fref=ts

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