WSJ: The President on Growth [It was not a gaffe-It was his real thoughts:] "His line about 'the private economy doing fine' was followed immediately by a complaint that America's real growth problem today is shrinking government."
"Mr. Obama also misdiagnoses state and local government layoffs. They aren't the result of falling state and local revenues [...] the cost of worker benefits is growing faster than revenues. Governments are having to lay off workers to pay for their rising pension and health bills." As usual, union parasites drain their hosts dry then complain when starving parasites start falling from the desiccated husk.
Oh, and Barry may have just been outright lying again. Table A-14. Unemployed persons by industry and class of worker, not seasonally adjusted The lowest unemployment rate in May? "Government workers"
Some of the media might be waking up. Zing! Liberal Media Slams Obama As 'Dazed And Confused' "The Washington Post reported,
If you are president of the United States and you don’t have anything to say, don’t have a press conference to say it. If you’re the president of the United States and [...] you’ve had one of the worst weeks of your presidency, take Friday off, and specifically avoid having a press conference. [...]
And what he said, he said very poorly. Was it just me, or did the president seem a little dazed and confused? He should have had a cup of coffee before[...]
And one more thing that’s a pet peeve. The president says 'uhhh' too much. [Remember when this used to mean he was such a deep thinker?] [...] Saying 'uhhh' suggests uncertainty and is distracting. [...] I don’t know what the president had in mind, but his own meandering, stuttering performance could not have done him any good with any audience.'"
He's wrong on that last bit. Pathetic, fanatic, mind numbed sheeple still planning to vote for this dope will defend it.
Fast and Furious: Holder admits Axelrod, White House helped Justice Dept craft Fast and Furious public relations strategy
“'We [Holder, Axelrod and the White House] have certainly talked about ways in which we could deal with the interaction between the Justice Department and Congress — about ways in which we would,' Holder said in questioning before the House Judiciary Committee.
Virginia Republican Rep. Randy Forbes pressed Holder further by asking him if Axelrod, Obama’s re-election campaign and the White House were involved in crafting the DOJ’s policy for dealing with press. He said they were. In terms of trying to get any message out that was consistent with facts and make sure it was done in an appropriate way, I’ve had conversations like that with people in the White House.'" Their 'facts' consistently have nothing to do with reality, of course.
And here's a little "THEREISNO LIBERAL MEDIA" bonus:
"Also, New York Times reporter Charlie Savage violated his publication’s own ethics policy this week while offering favorable Fast and Furious coverage to Holder — in an article that was false."
Speaking of the Obama admin's MiniTru version of reality: Video: Holder Claims Emails Have Nothing To Do With Fast & Furious Despite Emails Citing Fast & Furious 2+2=5.
On the bright side - FINALLY. Contempt of Congress vote scheduled for Holder over Fast and Furious Just impeach this lawless, racist piece of shit!
"[...]first reported by CBS News’ Sharyl Attkisson — the committee will vote to hold Holder in contempt next Wednesday, June 20."
Pay careful attention to how the Democrats vote. Note it and share with others. How the Democrats vote says what they think of the US govt playing accessory to murder of 100s of Mexicans, perjury, obstruction of justice, RICO & who knows how many other crimes.
Wisconsin - And yet another Democrat lie, along with some more "THEREISNO Liberal Media": No, Dems were not outspent 7 to 1 in Wisconsin Politico’s Glenn Thrush is the poster boy for hackery rationalizing Gov. Scott Walker’s victory in the WI recall election:
[...]'Conservative groups outspent unions and progs in Wisconsin by an estimated SEVEN-TO-ONE.'
You’ll find less shouty, but still misleading, versions of this all over the media[...]They are all following the lead of Obama campaign flack Jim Messina"
"The spending story stems from a release by the liberal Center for Public Integrity, which based its analysis on data from the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign (ostensibly nonpartisan, but a past recipient of Soros money"
"Lastly, these figures only account for sums legally required to be publicly reported (and assumes those sums are properly quantified)."
That's a constant tactic of the Left - a Leftist source is cited for a lie, then the rest of the media cites that story and each other ad infinitum, until "everyone knows" what isn't in any way true. Big Lie, Goebbels 2.0.
Having suffered a humiliating defeat the Alinsky Leftists try to gain something from it by screaming out talking points, in this case Big (company), Citizens United (which is ENTIRELY unrelated) & further undermining SCOTUS.
Now witness the tolerance, the appreciation for the views of others, the statesmanship, and most of all the courage of almost-president Al Gore: Why did @algore delete this Tweet?
Democrats LOVE our military, and don't you say otherwise. Former Obama Czar Van Jones: EPA Bureaucrats Better Than Military "Obama Green Jobs Czar, Marxist 911-truther, [revolutionary] and Glenn Beck pinata Van Jones closed the Progressive conference Netroots with a stirring speech"
"Please, liberals, please run on this platform. That you think America might be moved to love the faceless bureaucrats at the EPA over the brave men and women of the military shows how little you know about Americans"
"Van Jones further on says that Conservatives have acted more heinously than any other in all of America’s history." And the Netroots sheeple will eat it all up.
The stench of desperation, and evil. Bill Maher: GOP opposition to Obama economic initiatives is ‘treason’
"'So, the president had a press conference today, and he kind of pulled a Biden,'" Maher is lying and knows it's transparent, which is why he says 'kinda'.
Here is an interesting slip by Maher:
"'You can say that in 2004 when Iraq was falling apart, and there were bombings all [over] Baghdad, that every time there was a bombing, maybe some Democrats secretly applauded?" Whoops! Democrats support the troops. They swear.