One Possible Republican Response To The Incredible Cynicism Of Obama’s Jobs Speech

Many recognize that Obama’s jobs speech tonight is little more than the lowest form of cynicism.

As low as Obama is in the polls, Congress is even lower.  So what does Obama do?  Call a joint session of Congress so he can rhetorically position himself (and run against) Congress.

And this plan that Obama announced before he even actually had any plan – the one that the White House was “scrambling” to put together – the one that was going to be $300 billion and then $400 billion and now possibly even $450 billion: what is it but the most cynical attempt to create a scenario in which he can claim that he had “the solution” if but Republicans hadn’t put their partisan political interests ahead of the nation and passed it?

It is common knowledge that there is no possible WAY IN HELL that Obama’s jobs plan will actually be implemented.  Remember that Democrats – when they controlled the House as well as the Senate and the White House – couldn’t pass a tax hike in December 2010.  The fact of the matter is that this has nothing to do with substance – with actually helping so much as one person actually get a job – and everything to do with the lowest and most cynical sort of political rhetoric.

Well, here’s how Republicans COULD respond to Obama’s plan: with equal cynicism.

What if the Republican leadership issues Obama and the Democrat Party the following challenge: “Okay.  We’ll agree to pass your plan.  And all we ask for in return is a date CERTAIN by which YOU, Mr. President, YOU, Mr. Vice President, and EVERY SINGLE DEMOCRAT in Congress who votes for this package will resign from office in abject disgrace if it fails to turn the economy around – as it WILL fail just like all of your other failed Keynesian crap has failed?!?!?

When will you resign?  The last time you had a massive failed stimulus, you promised that you could create millions of jobs and bring the unemployment rate down below 6.7% by now if we passed your $862 billion stimulus?

What specific performance measures will you guarantee and by which date will every single Democrat leave office if you fail like you have already repeatedly failed???

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6 Responses to “One Possible Republican Response To The Incredible Cynicism Of Obama’s Jobs Speech”

  1. Craig Bishop Says:

    You’re an idiot.

  2. Says:

    If only they would take your advice!

    The contempt expressed by Obama during the few seconds I watched on Hannity is infuriating to me. Who is this THUG? He is utterly despicable.

    Want to save America?
    Stop Obama 2012

  3. Michael Eden Says:

    His lily,

    I don’t know if that would be the best possible Republican response.

    But at some point, somebody’s got to demand Obama put his failed presidency where his mouth is. And force the Democrats to not only put their elections but their failed PARTY on the line.

    If they demand we do something that has already massively failed because they can ALWAYS keep claiming “the stimulus wasn’t big enough” no matter how big it is, fine. But if it doesn’t work, the Democrat Party officially becomes a criminal organization like the mafia or better yet al Qaeda, because it is a clear and present danger to America.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    I don’t have a doubt that Stephen Hawking routinely goes to blogs and simply types, “You’re an idiot.” It’s just such an intelligent thing to do.

    You don’t care about facts. You don’t care about making a point and actually trying to back it up with arguments or data. No, for a “genius” like you, Craig, such things are “stupid.” And only “idiots” care about facts, don’t they?

  5. HL Says:

    Good Morning Michael, I am passing this on because it is a great piece but the picture of Obama as Winehouse is priceless.

  6. Michael Eden Says:

    Omigosh, HL.

    Unfortuntely, I am seeing this just before bedtime.

    Somehow I’m going to have to go to sleep and NOT have nightmares about “Amy Hussein Winehouse.”

    Make sure you see this picture of Obama, Biden and poor, POOR Boehner.

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