Skip to comments.Obama calls jobless rise "sobering"
Posted on 11/06/2009 9:48:49 AM PST by Kartographer
President Barack Obama said on Friday the jump in the unemployment rate to 10.2 percent in October was a "sobering" figure that underscored the economic challenges ahead.
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That’s what he said last month.
Hussein is off the coke?
Thank you Jimmy Carter. Didn’t want to re-live the Carter years, but here we are.
L.O.L.!....Is that what he calls it?....
Sobering? Time for another beer summit!!
When you’re drunk with power, you’re going to have sobering experiences.
Note to Obama: When Robert Reich (for heaven’s sake) says you’re spending too much time on healthcare and not enough time on jobs...Dude, it’s time to remember it not all about YOU. You’re making your own party nervous. They’re starting to envision a House and Senate that’s Democrat-free.
Sobering? This should have been a good solid kick in the gluteus maximus, hard enough to cause nosebleed.
There is no need for the stimulus, if this is the outcome anyway. Repeal it. Now. Today. At least that will go far to reduce future deficits.
Pay attention to the REAL problems of this country, not some fanciful idea that we “don’t have access to health care”.
We don’t have access to the gold in Ft. Knox, either.
I bet when he got back to the oval office away from the cameras, he and Rahm were laughing their a$$e$ off.
They’re going to have to start spiking the Kool Aid.
My thoughts exactly ... I wonder if ballerina-boy Rahm still wears his tutu.
sobering: Obama speak for I’m all set, too bad you’re not. So sad, too bad. I need another date night in NYC.
A year and a half ago a 5% unemployment rate was an unqualified disaster and failure of leadership.
10% is only sobering now? After spending a trillion and a half dollars?
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