This weeks Presidential Address should have been entitled, “The boy who cried wolf”, aka the president who promised he would focus on jobs … “ There is no believing a liar, even when he speaks the truth.”
Obama stated, “I am committed to creating jobs.”
How many times are we going to hear from Barack Obama that the economy and jobs is his number one priority? Obama made these promises during the 2008 Presidential campaign, he made these promises at his first State of the Union speech and he has continually made these same idle promises. Gee Barack, what have you been doing since January 27, 2010 to focus on jobs, beside focusing on Obamacare, Cap & Trade and everything else other than jobs? As the Gateway Pundit opines, “Fool us once – Shame on you. Fool us twice – Shame on us”.
In his weekly Presidential address, Obama stated he is “willing to work with anyone of either party who’s got a good idea and the commitment to see it through. And we should all expect you to hold us accountable for our progress or our failure to deliver.” He promised “to do everything I can to make sure our economy is growing, creating jobs and strengthening our middle class. That’s my resolution for the coming year.”
More job promises from Obama
So what type of jobs is Obama promising, government and union jobs? In his weekly address Obama said, ”At the start of 2011, we’re still just emerging from a once-in-a-lifetime recession that’s taken a terrible toll on millions of families. We all have friends and neighbors trying to get their lives back on track.” Really Mr. President, WE? Who is this WE? You have friends and neighbors that are unemployed, lost their homes, their jobs and are on unemployment and food stamps? REALLY … WHO?
Barack Obama has spent the last two years doing everything humanly possible to not create jobs. His socialist ideology and anti-business views have much to do with the predicament we are presently in. The stimulus package was a bust and the Democrat spending has created record federal deficits.
Suddenly Obama says he is committed to creating jobs as there is a 9.8% unemployment rate and because he seeks reelection in 2012.