One Section of One Sentence in the Whole Article Nails It Perfectly

…a White House struggling to tailor a message on job creation…

In an article about Obama’s crumbling poll numbers, the National Journal subconsciously distills this administration’s entire theory of operation. In CLASSIC Obama fashion, the White House will be struggling with the messaging on creating jobs, not a plan to create those jobs. Oh, and why should they?

There’s NEVER a “plan”…for A.N.Y.T.H.I.N.G.!! Never has been, never will be, although there’s unending talk of, ponderous pontifications about and allusions to one (and usually a grand “ONE” at that, take their word for it).


They live in a word cloud, while you and I live down here.

6 Responses to “One Section of One Sentence in the Whole Article Nails It Perfectly”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    Exactly right, Sis.

  2. JeffS says:

    They don’t live om a word cloud, Sis. They just have their heads up their asses.

  3. RimrockR says:

    Once they finally get around to “tailoring a plan”, what you want to bet that it will resemble one of Lady GaGa’s outfits.

  4. major dad says:

    It’s all about the message not the substance. Jeff has described it perfectly. If they do produce a plan it will be as viable as GaGa, hence a meatsicle.

  5. aelfheld says:

    “[…] you and I live down here.”

    Drowning in the the torrent of words.

    Just words. Just speeches.

  6. Gunslinger says:

    Pretty words and wishes is the entire contents of this insipid administration. It’s going to be interesting to see how many idiots line up behind it a second time.

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