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Quote of the Day || June 12, 2012

“When the president said the private sector is doing fine, he meant the private sector is not doing fine. Get your facts straight.”

– White House Press Secretary Jay Carney

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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6 Responses to Quote of the Day || June 12, 2012

  1. I guess what he was trying to say was:
    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for government workers last month was just 4.2 percent (up slightly from 3.9 percent a year ago). Compare that to private-sector industries such as construction (14.2 percent unemployment), leisure and hospitality services (9.7 percent), agriculture (9.5 percent), professional and business services (8.5 percent) and wholesale and retail trade (8.1 percent).
    So yea, that’s what he meant; the government workers are doing fine.

  2. This is yet again another sign of a drug-adled brain. Did you think Cocaine, Cannabis, and alcohol on a developing teenage brain was a good thing?
    Accelerated deterioration of higher executive function. Made worse by the fact that there was no great critical thinking intellect there to begin with.

  3. It’s Obamaspeak:
    They don’t buy their children presents, except when they do.
    The children aren’t allowed to watch TV, except the ones they like.
    MrO was born in Kenya, except when he was born in Hawaii.
    They distain greedy capitalism, except when it’s their money.
    MrsO shops at Target, except when she buys designer outfits.
    The family eats healthy meals, except when there’s pie, wagu beef, french fries or lobster with butter.
    See?