Friday, September 9, 2011


Yet once again Obama has a "Plan" and once again there is no plan to read. All he gave in his speech last night was a general idea of what he wants. No road map on how to get there, no real cuts to be made to cover the massive expense of his revised but failed stimulus programs. No there was in the there. No clear set idea on paper to read and debate. NOTHING. But what can you expect form a man who is all show and no action. What can America expect from a failed leader like Obama except much more failures.


  1. A look at some of Obama’s claims and how they compare with the facts:

    OBAMA: “Everything in this bill will be paid for. Everything.”

    THE FACTS: Obama did not spell out exactly how he would pay for the measures contained in his nearly $450 billion American Jobs Act but said he would send his proposed specifics in a week to the new congressional supercommittee charged with finding budget savings. White House aides suggested that new deficit spending in the near-term to try to promote job creation would be paid for in the future — the “out years,” in legislative jargon — but they did not specify what would be cut or what revenues they would use.

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  2. Essentially, the jobs plan is an IOU from a president and lawmakers who may not even be in office down the road when the bills come due. Today’s Congress cannot bind a later one for future spending. A future Congress could simply reverse it.

  3. I totally agree, but as of right now we need jobs. What do you think should be done?

  4. Simple... Remove the undue regulations on business, repeal Obamacare, pass a tax bill that lets business know what to expect as they make their long term investment plans, drill for oil here and expand our domestic production and refining abilities, lower the corporate tax so companies will keep money and jobs here as well as bring back most that went overseas. Put a muzzle on the NLRB and EPA. This nation was not built on government.. it was built on peoples hard work and the ability to keep what you earned.