Thursday, May 13, 2010

Ha-HA!

Billboard demands a job from the President. Pretty funny, kid -- but that's not his job. Well, other than hiring for a few jobs in the White House and nearby. (Would any of you have experience at Solicitor-Generaling? It's indoors work; some part-time may be available...).

6 comments:

John B said...

I'm sorry, but actually it IS his job. Part of it anyway. If he want's to be God, then he has to note when the sparrows are falling.

It's part and parcel of "Keeping the voters happy."

The Right to Have an opinion!
It's the American Way!

Roberta X said...

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DOES NOT RUN THE ECONOMY.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DOES NOT RUN THE ECONOMY.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DOES NOT RUN THE ECONOMY.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES CAN RUIN THE ECONOMY.

Write the first one out five hundred times and get back to me.

Robb Allen said...

It's not his job to create jobs. It is in his power to get the gov't out of the way so that jobs can be created.

Regardless of the letter after their name, no politician is going to say "You know, the best way for me to help you out is to leave you alone". Granted, I'd vote for them in a second, I've just become too jaded to think it's every going to happen in sufficient enough numbers to make a difference.

reflectoscope said...

It's not his job to create jobs. It is in his power to get the gov't out of the way so that jobs can be created.


Robb beats I to it. I can live with that.

Jim

Dr.D said...

But didn't he promise that the sea levels would begin to fall after he was elected? I think he thinks full control of the universe is quite within his scope.

Its just the petty details that bug him, like people wanting to live, people wanting some semblance of real freedom in their lives, you know all that sort of stuff.

Joanna said...

I think JohnB meant that Obama seems to think it's his job, so he'd better put our money where his mouth is.