“Today is a big day in America. Only, only 36,000 people lost their jobs today, which is really good”.—Senate Majority Leader Democrat Harry ReidWell can you see a brand new day! All that hope and change has resulted in only 36,000 people losing their jobs according to Sen. Harry Reid on Friday March 5, 2010. Can I get an Amen! It must have taken the best Democrat Orwellian wordsmiths to come up with that concept Harry. “Job lost is good!” Yay!
And here’s some more good news America, only 112,000 families lost their homes last month. I’m sure Democrats are just giddy about that “good” news too. After all it could have been much worst under George Bush. (irony intended) (see 7sec.video)
Well before we get to involved in celebrating the good times of the new global convergence of left wing European Socialism and government control brought on by the election of Barry Hussein Soetoro lets gather our thoughts and assess just what brought us to Sen. Reid’s good news.
First we elected a man who has spent over a million dollars hiding his past from the American people. A man who Tom Brokaw and Charlie Rose admitted that we know very little about. (And that is still the case in a little over a year of his presidency.) Then this man, as he promised he would during his campaign, goes about to fundamentally change America by using Orwellian redefinition and fascist executive order signing (perhaps more authoritarian executive order signing) than by any previous president in history in his first year.
This president and Democrats are redefining America with their Orwellian Worldview as they go along on their agenda of change. So how is the business of fundamentally changing America going? (see 6:34min video)
Ah yes, I can see a brand new day. A day when Americans losing only 36,000 jobs is a good day because under this current administration and Democrat controlled Congress I’m sure those numbers will drastically increase. Making 36,000 lost jobs a mere tear drop in an ocean of unemployment.
With "good" news like this Mr. Reid I can't wait until presidential elections 2012!
And let's keep with the hope and change mantra. Or even the more direct, "Anyone but Obama" will do just as nice!