A group of jobless New York state residents has erected a billboard aimed at U.S. President Barack Obama with the message: "I need a freakin' job. Period."Mr. Baker obviously didn't get the memo circulated by the lapdog media. The President is taking action on unemployment--it went up to 9.9 percent, which That One and the lapdogs say is worth celebrating. And, Obama doesn't want America working, because it makes us less dependent on Government.
The southbound I-190 billboard, created by a group of Buffalo residents led by Jeff Baker, featured four young adults standing with the message emblazoned on their T-shirts, WIVB-TV, Buffalo, N.Y., reported Tuesday.
"I need a freakin' job. We could fancy this up, put lipstick on it, make it all pretty, but it isn't. The concept of unemployment is isolating," said Baker, whose small business went under 15 months ago.
He said the message targets Obama because he wants the president to take action on unemployment.
"Nothing else matters unless the American people are working," Baker said.
For all the propaganda from this Administration, Democrats and the lapdog media about the so-called "recovery," there's a lot of ignoring the real story about what real people are going through.