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Jan 31 2013

Economy Tanks: Dems Point Fingers

To the surprise of no one with an economic IQ above room temperature, Obama’s maliciously anti-business policies are causing the pathetic excuse for a “recovery” to give way to a double-dip recession. Naturally the nearly powerless GOP gets the blame:

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Compliments of Matt L.

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  • Dr. 9

    If, God forbid, you or your loved ones are ever attacked by some armed gangbangers, the fat dyke who runs the Dept. of Homeland Stupidity has some really good advice for you. No, it’s not intended for the army of bodyguards that follow her around, but it should be good enough for your family.

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/shear_bravery_beats_guns_feds_d9BanDpupuVezePd6trYoM

  • grayjohn

    Since the Republicans don’t exist, and are nothing more than liberal democrats calling themselves Republicans, it doesn’t bother or concern them much.

  • Jodie

    That’s hilarious Matt L.! Good job!

  • StanInTexas

    World Ends!

    Women and Minorities Hit Hardest!

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    This Fox article is more a Keynesian circular argument over who cut the cheese.
    It’s Republicans “we are all Keynesians now” moment.
    These defense cuts are simply a product of chronic government overspending everywhere else.
    Wake me when real spending cuts occur that actually put money back in the hands of the private sector.

  • Dr. 9

    Hey, have you ever been pulled over by the cops for, say, speeding or DUI? Were you able to tell them, “hold on there officer while i call the White House”?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/barackobama/9838625/Barack-Obamas-uncle-to-face-deportation-hearing.html

  • Sam Adams

    Ghost of FA Hayek says:
    January 31, 2013 at 8:34 am

    Wake me when real spending cuts occur that actually put money back in the hands of the private sector.
    ______________

    Sleep well, my little Austrian. Dream of a republican government constrained within the limits of the constitution.

  • M.Wilson

    I think what’s more ridiculous is that they’re claiming the problem is that they cut too much spending, and the only thing they’re arguing about is whose ideas the cuts were.

    The real problem is that the so-called “recovery” never existed. It was a hollow construct built on printed money, a complete sham that was doomed to collapse from day 1. Until the government backs off and lets businesses do business, a real recovery will never happen. Any “recovery” that you have to prop up by continuously printing money is no recovery at all.

    Unfortunately, as it stands now our economy is addicted to the printing press. If we want to have any hope of salvaging it in the long term, we’re going to have to cut spending more, not less, and deal with the withdrawal while the economy restructures itself.

  • Winston Smith

    The entire so called recovery was a product of trillions in “stimulus”. Like in the 1930s, the problem with that is when the money stops flowing from the gubment – the recovery goes into full blown recession.

    WW II bailed out the US in the 1940s – no chance that will happen this time. For if it did, the world economy would be in ruins for several decades and civilization would likely be replaced with a dictatorships of varying degrees worldwide.

  • dan

    I can’t find my scissors…can I use my predator drone?

    Obongo made me do it….
    I surrender offiscer….
    don’t taze me bro’….
    …zzzzt,bang

  • M.Wilson

    The money doesn’t even have to stop flowing, actually. “Stimulus” spending is far more sinister than that. Shoveling printed money into the economy with “stimulus” spending creates inflation, which causes the effective purchasing power of all that spending to gradually decline. As a result, inflation will lower the effective spending while the nominal spending remains the same.

    If spending remains level, inflation will eventually catch up and the house of cards collapses. This means in order to prop up this kind of sham, the government has to spend ever increasing amounts of money. The more they spend the higher inflation goes, the higher inflation goes the more they spend, until the resulting exponential curve becomes impossible to maintain and the entire scheme collapses on itself.

  • Jimbo

    When, in the entire history of man, has a liberal EVER taken responsibility for screwing up?

    Zero OWNS it.

  • http://www.henrypbabcock.com Henry

    Wait a second, yesterday ObrownMao was blaming Hurricane Sandy for the shrinking economy:

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/white-house-blames-sandy-spending-cuts-economy-shrinks-152505590–politics.html

    Taking that a step further, hurricanes are caused by global warming, so global warming is to blame for a shrinking economy.

    Hold up, Republicans and conservatives are responsible for global warming, causing Hurricane Sandy, causing a shrinking economy…

    So there you have it, Carney Barker and Nasty Pelousy are right!

  • JNN

    Jimbo…His media panty throwers are screeching ever more loudly. And from Zero’s supporters I know, a few(far too few I’m afraid) are SLOWLY waking up. Lets hear it for taxes. Libs are generous until they take a hit!!!

  • Jester
  • Flu-Bird

    Like all typical stupid liberals the demcRATS always look for a scape goat becuase liberal demacrats are such idiots

  • Doug

    Jester, LOVED that website. Too bad Liberal Larry petered out on his h8tred of BOOOOOOOOOOSH!

  • Sam Adams

    Winston Smith says:
    January 31, 2013 at 10:00 am

    The entire so called recovery was a product of trillions in “stimulus”. Like in the 1930s, the problem with that is when the money stops flowing from the gubment – the recovery goes into full blown recession.

    WW II bailed out the US in the 1940s – no chance that will happen this time. For if it did, the world economy would be in ruins for several decades and civilization would likely be replaced with a dictatorships of varying degrees worldwide.
    ____________

    The Keynesian economists salute you.

    Myth 1: WWII ended the depression.
    Nope; we went into a command economy. Those with resources in the 30′s were unwilling to spend and invest because they knew that FDR would screw them again. If government spending was responsible for keeping up the economy, and an end to government spending should cause a recession/depression, we should have had a deep depression at the end of WWII.

    Of course it didn’t happen because finally the government pulled back from controlling everything, and investors started believing that they could make a profit again. The thing that ended the Great Depression was the death of FDR.

  • Joe

    I’m a daily reader of this website and love it. But these retitled headlines may be the funniest (and accurate) post yet. Compliments to Mr Blount (and the original parody-er if it wasn’t him).

  • Earl W

    Summary: Inept man elected on basis of pc racial qualifications fails…dems blame gop

  • apostle53

    The empty suit strikes again. Everything bad is because of Republicans.

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