Sunday, October 24, 2010

'One of the Finest Speakers in the United States of America'

Poor Obama. I think he's starting to hallucinate.
President Obama said Saturday that Democrats have more work to do to help get the struggling economy back on track.

Speaking at a fundraiser with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in Minneapolis, Obama said in his almost two years in the White House, Democrats have helped steady the economy but more still needs to be done.

"The good news is we've been able to stabilize the economy," Obama said, according to the press pool's report. "The bad news is we're nowhere near done. We've got a lot of work to do."
So trillions in debt and 10% unemployment is stabilizing the economy? Naturally he blames the man who averaged 5% unemployment over eight years. Is anyone buying this nonsense?
The president blamed the prior administration for the economic struggles the country is now experiencing. He called the September 2008 financial sector meltdown "really the culmination of what some would call the lost decade."

"We had left too many challenges untended to," Obama said.

He praised Pelosi, saying she "will go down in history as one of the finest speakers in the United States of America."
She'll be going down alright, right into minority status in nine days.

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