We’ve had some fun with Mitt Romney’s Gaffe-a-thon lately, but jobs are a serious matter in America. I don’t mean to take anything away from the Republican Presidential candidate – also known as the male Sarah Palin — but job creation is an important issue. So, let’s move on to John Boehner. As of today, it’s been 578 days since John Boehner became Speaker of the House. After taking the gavel from Nancy Pelosi, he promised to make jobs “priority one.”
So today we are unveiling a Plan for America’s Job Creators that’s focused on creating lasting economic growth and job creation. It builds on our Pledge to America and the legislative action that we’re already taking this year to create jobs, which the Democrats continue to block.
Let’s look at that. The extremist party known as ‘The House’ which was taken over by the hijacked version of the Tea Party, has obstructed anything and everything the President has tried to accomplish, including the Jobs Bill. So far, John Boehner, the weeping Speaker has not delivered. Tea Party governance throughout the country has been an abysmal failure.
“Helping Americans get back to work is our number one priority, and we’re going to do everything we can to help create jobs and to boost our economy.”
‘Priority one’ was quickly redefined to: assaulting union rights, women’s reproductive rights and their health care, ObamaCare, ACORN, Voter suppression, government jobs, ‘Shariah law is a comin’ to Amerika’ (See: Michele Bachmann, or don’t), equality (see: most of them), education, privatizing prisons, eradicating Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and voucher programs, among others.
You’ve done enough ‘prioritizing’ Mr. House Speaker. Most of us are aware that the Tea Party has Boehner in a testicle-grip, but that was his doing, his pandering and his appeasement to obstructionists. The ‘Job creators’ are us, the voters.
We need to end the madness; voters need to prioritize. We call it, voting out the riffraff. It’s country before Party, not the reverse.Click here for reuse options!
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