Monday, June 13, 2011

Obama's Arrogance In N.C. Appearance: "I Have A Better Plane" & Bigger Entorage, Jokes About Not-So-Shovel Ready Jobs

Richard Milhous Obama made a trip down to North Carolina to speak at a plant and showed more of just how out of touch he is with what a growing number of Americans are going through.

First, Obama rubbed in the perks of the Oval Office (Newsbusters).
President Obama gave just such a speech today. Speaking at a plant in North Carolina about the tough economic times, PBO claimed that "what drives me every day as I walk down to the Oval Office" is the need to provide jobs and economic security for Americans.

But Obama opened his speech by bragging that "I have a better plane" than when he visited the same plant three years ago as a presidential candidate. Later, in explaining that he had brought the Council on Jobs and Competitiveness with him to North Carolina, Obama boasted "I travel with a bigger entourage" than he did as a candidate.

He also joked today in North Carolina about the "shovel ready jobs" that the costly "stimulus" package was supposed to create (Fox Nation).

President Obama's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness met today in Durham, NC at Cree Inc., a company that manufactures energy-efficient LED lighting. One of the Council's recommendations to President Obama was to streamline the federal permit process for construction and infrastructure projects. It was explained to Obama that the permitting process can delay projects for "months to years ... and in many cases even cause projects to be abandoned ... I'm sure that when you implemented the Recovery Act your staff briefed you on many of these challenges." At this point, Obama smiled and interjected, "Shovel-ready was not as ... uh .. shovel-ready as we expected." The Council, led by GE's Jeffrey Immelt, erupted in laughter.

The Obama administration promised the Recovery Act ("the stimulus") would prevent the jobless rate from going over 8%. It now stands at 9.1%.
It's all a joke to Obama, because he, like most of the liberals who voted for him, are insulted from the suffering of working Americans.

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