On Mars. The Martian private sector is doing fine.
People, be fair, he meant Mars. All over Mars, Martians are going back to work. The flying saucer industry in particular has really taken off, with Martian engineers constructing the next generation of clean-fuel flying saucers to lead the way toward a new kind of interplanetary travel for the 21st century.
Okay, don’t believe that President Obama said the private sector is doing fine in America on earth? Here’s what he said during press conference today at the White House.
A mistake, you say. A rare Obama gaffe. I don’t think so. BECAUSE HE SAID IT TWICE.
The private sector is NOT doing fine.
Even when you don’t count the job losses that have occurred in government, private sector job growth has been weak. If you take Obama’s own figure of 4.3 million private sector jobs created over 27 months, you’re still creating only about 160,000 jobs per month, barely the number needed – because of population growth – to sustain the current unemployment rate of 8.2 percent.
To really get the unemployment rate down, you need to be creating 200,000 to 300,000 jobs per month or more, which is what usually happens during a recovery, EXCEPT NOT THE OBAMA RECOVERY.
Is this going to be the new White House theme song? Is the White House going to try to brainwash the country into thinking the private sector is doing fine. Will the press cooperate in this scam?
People, everything onboard is fine, the iceberg barely touched us. Go back to your dinner. Listen to the nice music. Vote for Obama at the buffet table.
This is truly an outrage. It’s a falsehood. But the more you repeat a lie . . .