......The Magic Negro Cult - the idiot college girls who voted like lemmings for him in 2008 - they can't find legit jobs - over 500,000 of those female college grads are performing some kind of prostitution nationwide to make ends meet.
The only "HOPEY CHANGEY STUFF" they got was a HOT STICKY FACIAL SPLOOGE in the back seat of a Republican salaried man - in the corporate parking lot, behind the strip mall or under the overpass or bridge.
You vote like a fool - you get a stiff Johnson rammed down your throat and a 20 dollar bill thrown at you for your trouble.
Obama administration says jobless rate rise unacceptable.
Blames Bush, Congress, Europe and Racists.
WASHINGTON | Fri Jun 1, 2012 9:58am EDT
- President Barack Obama's administration called on Congress to do more to help the economy create jobs, with Labor Secretary Hilda Solis saying May's rise in the unemployment rate was unacceptable.
"Congress has to take some action because while we see the unemployment rate where it is, it's not acceptable," Solis told the CNBC network on Friday.
Earlier, the Labor Department said the unemployment rate rose a tenth of a point in May to 8.2 percent. The department also said employers added just 69,000 people to payrolls during the month, the weakest increase in a year.
Bill Clinton criticizes Obama's Bain attacks, praises Romney's ‘sterling business career'
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By Holly Bailey
June 1, 2012
Former President Bill Clinton suggested in a television interview Thursday that he believes President Obama's re-election campaign should stop trashing Mitt Romney's work in the private equity industry.
In an interview with CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight," Clinton, a top Obama surrogate who is set to raise cash with the president next week, directly contradicted Democrats who have attacked Romney's business record, suggesting it does qualify him for president.
"I think he had a good business career," Clinton told guest host Harvey Weinstein, a movie mogul who is one of Obama's top fundraisers. "There's no question that in terms of getting up and going to the office and, you know, basically performing the essential functions of the office, the man who has been governor and had a sterling business career crosses the qualification threshold."
Adding that he has "friends" in the private equity business," Clinton suggested it was dangerous for Democrats to go after Romney's record at Bain Capital—adding that in private equity, "like everything else you try, you don't always succeed" in saving companies or making them more productive.
"I don't think that we ought to get into the position where we say this is bad work," Clinton said. "This is good work."
Influence-buying scandal shakes Connecticut race
By CHARLES MAHTESIAN |
6/1/12 8:10 AM EDT
The big news out of Connecticut continues to be the scandal involving state House Speaker Chris Donovan’s House campaign.
Donovan, a Democrat who is running for the open 5th District congressional seat, saw his finance director arrested Thursday and charged with trying to hide campaign contributions following an FBI undercover investigation.
How big is the story?
Within hours of the breaking news, harsh editorials and opinion pieces began appearing in the local media.
From the Hartford Courant:
Mr. Donovan needs to tell the people of Connecticut exactly what he knew about Mr. Braddock's alleged filthy fund-raising schemes and when he knew it. Was he aware of or surprised by the amounts of the so-called conduit campaign contributions that were coming in? Who did he think was making the contributions? Did he take no interest in his campaign war chest? Is it reasonable to believe that a staff member would undertake such a daring fund-raising scheme without his boss's knowledge?
From the Register-Citizen’s Matt DeRienzo:
We’ll see how Donovan and his campaign spin doctors react to this news in the coming days. We can almost hear it now, how this rogue finance director acted on his own, without the candidate’s knowledge, in an over-exuberant race for campaign cash. With the other Democrats in the race each bringing in more than $1 million so far, they were under so much pressure. And of course, Speaker Donovan has been a longtime advocate of campaign finance reform and the fact that one of his totally independently-acting staff members felt the need to resort to this just shows how much that reform is needed. Because Donovan was forced to play the fundraising game.
Excuse me while I vomit in pre-emptive anticipation of the kind of arrogance we can expect as Donovan attempts to cling to his power and ambition.
Naturally, the news reorders the open 5th District race in a contest where Democrats were presumed to have the advantage.
That makes this the third House race across the country where the landscape was dramatically altered this week – the other two being Michigan’s 11th District and the open 12th District in Illinois. It’s a reminder that there’s still a long way to go until November, and a lot can happen between now and then.
Just listening to the news. BO's administration is planning a $600 billion dollar cut in defense. This is a requirement in the constitution, national defense-a must.
The administration cuts the defense to save money, but it wants to increase the waste in: energy, EPA, ethanol, education, foreign aid, congrssional pork, unions, unnecessary gov't employees etc etc and etc.
Something is bad wrong with this administration. Hard times are acomin.