Skip to comments.Romney Blasts Obama's 'Secretary of Business' Plan as Just Another Layer of Government
Posted on 11/02/2012 3:37:00 AM PDT by Son House
"I know the president is trying to figure out some way to suggest he has new ideas," said Romney, repeating as he often has on the trail that roughly 23 million Americans are out of work or underemployed. "He came up with the idea of creating a Department of Business. I don't think adding a new chair in his cabinet will add more jobs on Main Street."
The latest TV ad includes a similar message, asking "Why not have a president who actually understands business?"
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Christina Romer Paul Krugman, Tim Geithner, Larry Summers, Mark Zandi, Dr. Alan Blinder, Bob Kuttner, Heather Boushey, Bill Hambrecht, Allen Sinai, or Jared Bernstein?
I thought the Secretary of Commerce had this in his job description.
O’s solution is more government bureaucracy.
After all, only Washington knows how to fix the economy!
New cabinet, 30 Czars, whatever it takes to fool the public.
Obama-a man who never worked a real job a day in his life.
Well, it would “create” one new job ...
'Department of Business'This has to go down as the most STOO-PID™ thing ever conjured up by a U.S. president. Yes, worse than the Dept of Ed, worse than the EPA, worse than the DHS. And even worse than Carter's FEMA.
And here I thought Obama couldn't get any STOO-PID-ER™. Boy he sure had me fooled. I'll now have to revise my formula for determining his IQ. It was at 72 (room temp), now I think it has to be somewhere in the mid 60's.
Obama is sooooo dumb, that when he leaves a room everyone's IQ increases 15 points.
“Obama-a man who never worked a real job a day in his life.”
Damright! The only thing he’s ever run is his mouth...
No, it's another layer of stupid, introduced by one of the planet's leading suppliers.
The words “business” and “commerce” are synonymous, but to the Ebonics crowd words have no actual meaning, just the meaning they make up for a particular ocassion.
It does. Commerce is synonymous with business!
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