As of now, I am in control here, in the White House

Oh No. Looks Like It’ll be Another “Summer of Recovery”

Remember the White House “Summer of Recovery?” It was in 2010.

Remember how, like, we didn’t recover and all? That didn’t stop President Obama – and Vice President Joe Biden, in particular – from running around the country talking about all the wonderful “stimulus” projects and how all the cash being handed out was lifting us out of the economic crap house.

Well looks like we’re in for ANOTHER such summer. Lots of talk, no recovery.

Obama, as you read in the article I ran earlier today, will barnstorm the nation over the next few weeks talking about the wonders of Socialism. Okay, sorry, let me be more polite, liberalism. But it’s Socialism.

Nice for him. But WE HAVE TO LIVE WITH IT.

According to the Wall Street Journal, “The long anticipated acceleration in the U.S. economy has been put on hold once again.”

OH GOSH LUCY STOP PULLING THAT FOOTBALL OUT FROM UNDER MY FOOT!

Disappointing economic and corporate-earnings reports in recent weeks have dashed hopes that the U.S. was at last entering a phase of solid, self-sustaining growth. Instead, while economists expect a modest second-half pickup in growth, few are predicting the kind of substantial rebound needed to quickly bring down unemployment, raise wages and insulate the U.S. from economic threats abroad . . .

Such false dawns have been a recurring theme in a recovery filled with rosy projections that last only until the next crisis or unforeseen roadblock appears.

Uhh boy. According to the piece, economists think GDP grew at about 1.5 percent in the second quarter. They still expect growth to edge up to about 2.5 percent for the second half of the year, which will give us an annual 2013 rate of 2 percent, though they have “become markedly more pessimistic” in the last month.

TWO PERCENT GROWTH. We’re in Obama’s fifth year as president.

I just can’t believe this George W. Bush guy. Can’t he just leave us alone and stop ruining the Obama economy?

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on RedditShare on LinkedInEmail this to someone

22 Responses to Oh No. Looks Like It’ll be Another “Summer of Recovery”

  1. Obama’s policies are transferring America. Unfortunately; Obama’s policies are transforming America into Detroit.

  2. The WhiteHouse is promoting these upcoming speeches at college venues as “important”. Is anyone listening anymore to what he says, what he wants or believes when the government he leads is the one major cause of our economic decline?

  3. Funny you should mention that, Keith. Jay Carney just gave one of his nauseating lectures on what a great job “this president” has done with the economy and, of course, including the disasterous economy that he inherited.

    He even threw in some new exaggertions, like “potential 20-25% unemployment” when Obama toom office. Incredible.

    The White House-manufactured myth of the Obama presidency continues to grow, even as we have 3 more years of misery.

    • Yup–another saunter to the Straw Man Store.. Shoulda, woulda, coulda–we dare you to prove it “couldn’t” have happened. “Worst since the Great Depression”–what we were saved from–same principle. So boring. I wish they would use all their Panopticons, meta data banks, license plate captures and other creepy toys to see who is working. Decent jobs are not keeping up with population growth, people are involuntarily retired, etc etc. Bore in on that, geniuses.

  4. I know they aren’t golfers, but I’m more and more convinced they are fishermen. The lies they tell keep getting bigger and bigger. Ah……..and the one that got away.

  5. […] Oh No. Looks Like It’ll be Another “Summer of Recovery” – White House Dossier  …   “Remember the White House ‘Summer of Recovery?’ It was in 2010. … Well looks like we’re in for ANOTHER such summer. Lots of talk, no recovery. Obama, as you read in the article I ran earlier today, will barnstorm the nation over the next few weeks talking about the wonders of Socialism. Okay, sorry, let me be more polite, liberalism. But it’s Socialism.” […]

  6. The only bright spot in the economy is the stock market, and that has nothing to do with Obama (which probably explains why it’s doing well), but Barack tries to take credit for it anyway. Watch what happens though when quantitative easing is eased and interest rates go up. TIMMMMMBER!

    Is there is any wonder why racism is being manufactured (since nothing else is being manufactured in this country) by Obama, but that tactic is all going to turn crap like everything else Obama has his fingerprints on.

    One thing Obama inspires me to do is to visit my local gun shop. I just picked up a new Glock 30/ 45 ACP after watching his impromptu press “conference” this past Friday. It seems Barack has a genius for selling guns; the only thing he’s good at.