Skip to comments.States with Highest Unemployment Likely to Vote for Obama
Posted on 08/13/2012 10:07:43 AM PDT by John Semmens
Polling data shows that voters in the states with the most unemployment are leaning toward Obama. States with the lowest unemployment are leaning toward Romney.
These results only seem counter intuitive if youre one of those whos bought the GOP line that everyone wants to work, Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod chortled. I dont know anyone whos happy about getting out of bed and going to work everyday. The notion that this is something a person ought to do is pure propaganda. It might suit the corporate exploiters who hope to get cheap labor, but it doesnt speak to the Presidents constituency.
The real downside of unemployment is the lack of a stable source of income, Axelrod explained. Once voters realize that the President is the one they can trust to break the link between work and pay theyll rally to his cause. It is in the states where larger numbers have appreciated his moves to extend unemployment benefits, eliminate the work requirement for receiving welfare, and remove restrictions on how food stamp money can be spent that the President enjoys the biggest margins over his opponent.
There are now over 100 million on this countrys welfare rolls, Axelrod boasted. Of course, not all of them are voting age. But if we can get a significant fraction of those who are to go out and vote for the Democratic Party well have a solid, and I think permanent, majority from here on out.
In related news, the Government of Massachusetts spent $300,000 on a mailer to nearly half a million welfare recipients encouraging them to register to vote. We need these people to understand how critical it is for them to vote, said Governor Deval Patrick (D). If they let the election be decided by people with jobs we want them to know that there is no guarantee that their interests can be protected. People with jobs may be indifferent or even hostile to being taxed to support those not working. But when 100% of your income comes from the government you ought to do all you can to see that the flow isnt cut off.
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The sad thing is that even clearly labeled satire is believable when one is talking about the Obamadork and his West Wing Clown Show of Felon/Cretins.
Enjoyed the head shakin’ chuckle John.
There you go again with your craptire.
Does High Unemployment Really Hurt Obama? (In fact, states with high unemployment WILL vote Obama)
08/10/2012 7:18:20 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 20 replies
American Thinker ^ | 08/10/2012 | Jonathan David Carson
Quite obvious, to anyone who want to know the truth. Break the economy, push even good working people onto USG dole, then they and those many score millions riding the dole because they won’t work will believe they have to vote for those promising USG to save them.
Note that craptire and not worth reading are in the keywords, so anyone who reads keywords would be fairly notified. John has been shown that there are ways to browse articles where the keywords do not show up at all, but he insists on this gotcha juvenile bowlsheet.
If only the author could write well, then this would be enjoyable.
My name john Semens. I no ken write. So I steal hedlines, real storries end slap my title on it & call it satire. Itz mucho eazier than write my own stuff for humur. Uv korse, if I encluuded [satire] in the titel of da thread, very few freepers wuld read it. So i stuck, bein crap writer and all, with this aproche.
Entirely too believable, John.
As I’ve noted in other non-satire threads, many Obama voters have had 100% unemployment in their families for generations.
P.S. Pay no attention to the grouch.
Well... after all, stupid is as stupid does.
I absolutely love your stuff. Sent your website to my brother. [Don’t know why Kevmo is so weird—Depends leak?]
But... time and again you catch me off-guard and not until I’m a ways into your article do I say to myself, “Hey, wait a minute....” The I look up and see your Semi-News title and I kick myself again.
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