Tuesday, June 21, 2011

WH Briefing: Democrats Laugh When Obama Claims 2.1 Million Private Sector Jobs Created

It's come to this. Even the White House press releases contain laughter when Obama makes up job numbers. Some intern will not ddoubt be the fall guy.
As a consequence of that swift, decisive, and sometimes difficult period, we were able to take an economy that was shrinking by about 6 percent and create an economy that is now growing, and has grown steadily now over many consecutive quarters. Over the last 15 months we’ve created over 2.1 million private sector jobs. (Laughter.) We have an auto industry that, for the first time in a very long time is profitable, and the Big Three automakers actually gaining market share, and not only gaining market share, but also gaining market share in the cars of the future so that they’re actually competing in compact cars and sub-compact cars and electric cars and hybrids.
He deserves to be laughed at. Where on earth is he coming up with these fictitious job numbers?

Update: Sure enough, these peabrains went and changed the (Laughter) to (Applause). You see, Obama's the mentally challenged kid in the class. You can't make fun of him, so pretend Little Baracky's doing a wonderful job!

Lame. Very lame, indeed.
At 4:04 p.m. on Tuesday, the corrected transcript appeared: Laughter changed to applause, and noted with an asterisk. The White House declined comment on the record.
Good thing his media stenographers are on the job!

Of course the U.S. economy has shed at least 2.5 million jobs since this boob took office, but let's just pretend he's doing a bang-up job.


DANEgerus said...

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Tea Party at Perrysburg said...

Ah! You need to update this with your usual acerbic humor. Presto bingo! Whitehouse.gov changed the *Laughter* in the script to *Applause*!! See? That's how it's done! 

uncledan said...

Let's see how much laughter and applause there is at the White House next election day.