Did you say Jobs?

November 1, 2011 05:53

[W]ouldn’t they have created them before now? What were they waiting for? Are we really to believe that the first trillion was merely a down-payment on our stunning 9.1% unemployment rate? – CFP

By Dr. Brad Lyles M.D at Canada Free Press


Obama and his minions persist in touting their “Jobs” Bill, “Jobs” Program, “Jobs” Creation, cynical to the last, inevitably certain of the success of their deceit.

How is it that the Media remains so credulous whenever Obama or the Democrats of his ilk claim that they can “create jobs?”

It will always be impossible to compete with a person or party willing to hijack the Humpty Dumpty exploitation of language epitomized by Humpty’s declaration, “When I use a word it means just what I choose it to mean.”

Somehow, the Conservative Language Police (oh, wait, we don’t have any of that sort of thing, thank goodness) or some force, somewhere, must grab our Presidential candidates, our governors, our pundits, and shake them hard, very hard, admonishing them to “stop trying to sound like Liberal Democrats! Stop talking about “creating” jobs! The government is incapable of “creating” jobs! It costs more for government to “create” a job than the income from the job itself! Stop talking this way! Use your big boy words!”

We’ve known since the first Great Depression that whenever government “creates” jobs it creates make-work jobs at best, “shovel-ready” jobs that nobody thought were worth paying for in the first place. Yet our leaders persist in using our language this way.


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