Skip to comments.Jobs, not Syria, target outside Beltway
Posted on 09/14/2013 8:26:43 PM PDT by Hojczyk
They also chatted about jobs and ways to cut corners; all three expressed worry about an economy that has not improved for more than a half-decade.
Behind them in line, a group of young people discussed the possibility of war with Syria all of them astonished that this is what the White House is focused on.
We keep waiting for the White House to talk about jobs in a meaningful, constructive way so that our families, communities and schools stop crumbling, said one young woman as she contemplated buying fresh honey.
Americans are suffering in ways Washington doesn't grasp.
His message has been weak, vacillating and downright confusing not only to Congress and to international allies but, by their own admission, to his staff.
Historian David Peitrusza believes this bottomless disconnect with Americans' needs and the president's naked indecisiveness on war is shockingly unparalleled. And historians are rarely, if ever, stumped for historical parallels.
They are equally dissatisfied with his handling of the economy: His approval plummeted to 35 percent (in a Gallup survey) long before news that, for a fifth year, there was no summer of recovery and the percentage of Americans working or looking for work has fallen to its lowest level since 1978.
Those who work in or report on the White House live in a protective bubble humming with commerce; they don't understand why folks out here are restless and unsatisfied, unhappy with the thought of another war, weary of the lack of backbone on the economy.
The folks outside Washington want action just not the kind that this blundering White House is trying to sell.
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How about Nero?
Jobs is how the Tea Party is making inroads with a variety of demographics who previously have had no interest whatsoever in American politics and have in the past never bothered to vote at all. Perhaps unlike many others here, I have optimism that jobs will trump and are already trumping the assorted, interchangable list of Democrat pet causes.
When those senile old war hawks re-instate the draft and start shipping us overseas to fight for Al Qaeda, we’ll forget all about the fact that we ain’t got no jobs.
It wasn’t Obama who couldn’t make up his mind about war with Syria. It’s those who control him. They run the country by committee but they couldn’t all agree on one strategy so some of them went out on their own. At that point Obama had no idea whose plan to talk about.
Look to see all sorts of new jobs—in uniform! The Draft for Obama’s Army and in his defence plants, in his TSA, as organizers for his fund raising, in his internal Thug police, and thought patrol. Their will be lots of jobs for snobby over educated young people (men and women).
so long as Obama is, the jobs were
"We keep waiting for the White House to talk about jobs in a meaningful, constructive way so that our families, communities and schools stop crumbling," said one young woman as she contemplated buying fresh honey."...but as long as the free food, free rent, and free cell phones keep coming, really, who cares?"