John 14:15 Or Obama 9:14?

“If you love me, keep my commandments

Obama promoted his jobs bill in North Carolina on Wednesday, the third stop on what White House Press Secretary Jay Carney called a “campaign” for jobs.

Not for the first time, Obama called back to an audience member’s shouted, “I love you” with “I love you back.”

On Wednesday he added, “But if you love me you’ve got to help me pass this bill.”

Wow. And to think, some people actually call this guy a malignant narcissist.

6 Responses to “John 14:15 Or Obama 9:14?”

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  2. aelfheld says:

    I wouldn’t help him pass a kidney stone.

  3. nightfly says:

    And, if you love Him… report on those who don’t love Him as they ought!

    This is one of the big drawbacks to multiculturalism in schools – apparently they don’t make you read 1984 anymore.

  4. aelfheld says:

    They don’t make you read, period.

  5. Mike says:

    I still just don’t get how he thinks that rallying the unemployed is going to create jobs. Shouldn’t he be talking to employers? Telling them to hire more people?

    As disgusting as his rhetoric is, I’d at least respect it if he told business owners “let’s keep Congress out of this… take some risk and give these unemployed folks a chance.” But no. A big government solution is the only way. And in the process of trying to grow the government, he ignores business entirely, as if telling a bunch of college kids that they deserve jobs will somehow make those jobs materialize. All he’s doing is inflating their already over-inflated expectations and alienating businesses even further.

    And why isn’t anyone calling him out on the fact that lowering payroll taxes to create a stimulus is equivalent to raiding social security? Not that I expect it to be around by the time I’m 70, but still… someone should care about how this will accelerate social security’s insolvency.

  6. ricki says:

    Actually, what I think he should be doing is cutting the corporate tax rate and easing up on some of the burdensome regulations, rather than blaming businesses for “not creating jobs” and for “sitting on their money.”

    They’re doing it because they’re afraid of what taxes and regulations they’re going to get whacked with next, dude!

    I am really not that smart of a person and even I can see that.

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