Monday, November 09, 2009

The people aren't buying it, Mr. President ~ By Herman Cain

From WorldNetDaily
Herman Cain By Herman Cain Posted: November 09, 2009 ~ 1:00 am Eastern © 2009
People are not buying the media spin, and they are rejecting the propaganda. More people are getting off their sofas and getting informed, involved and engaged in fighting against how the liberals in Washington are trying to change this country with propaganda and ineffective policy. We the People will not be dismissed, and we are not running on empty.
There's an old saying about a glass being half empty or half full. The optimist will view it as half full, while the pessimist will say it is half empty. But when the glass is nearly empty and it's called "nearly full," or a big success, that's pure political propaganda. The danger with political propaganda is that it borders on just plain lies, exaggerations or intended deceptions. President Obama and the Democrats told the public in February that they needed to pass the $787 billion stimulus bill to keep the unemployment rate under 8 percent. The rate has increased in an almost vertical fashion every month since then, and the Labor Department reported Friday that October's rate hit 10.2 percent. President Obama's response to the report was, "I will not rest until all Americans who want work can find work." With all due respect, Mr. President, you will not get any rest for a long time because spending and debt do not create jobs. I know it's a long shot, and your people may not show it to you, but I suggested a plan that would make you look like an economic hero. [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE]
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