President Obama had better pray that Congress actually does not pass the jobs bill, because “pass this jobs bill” is all he’s got heading into 2012.

Obama spoke to the Congressional Black Caucus yesterday and talked about how his initiatives, including of course the jobs bill that even Harry Reid is dragging his heels on, will help blacks, minority owned businesses, etc.

What a joke. During the first two years of Obama’s presidency, he got everything he wanted. Obamacare, numerous “jobs” bills, a bunch of “green jobs” initiatives and an $860 billion “stimulus” that was going to save the country from a recession. Since then, food stamp usage is through the roof and the black unemployment rate is over 16%. So he’s telling them “more of the same” will fix it and to stop complaining and crying? I agree that the CBC should stop whining as long as they’re endorsing people like Obama. After all, in Obama, they got exactly what they asked for:

(h/t HAP)


16 Responses to “Obama to CBC: Pass This Jobs Bill & Stop Complaining!”

  1. LindaC01 on September 25th, 2011 2:02 pm

    The poor blacks who thought Obama was going to be their ticket to easy street will never admit they fell for the rhetoric, and were thoroughly duped by it. The rich blacks are left scratching their heads at why they have to keep apologizing for Obama's failures, and making excuses for why things haven't gotten for the poor blacks. No results is still no results.

  2. OK_Loyalist on September 25th, 2011 3:31 pm

    "Obama's Jobs Plan Wouldn't Make Huge Dent in Jobless Rate, Economists Say"

    Once again lots of lip flapping and no results

  3. LindaC01 on September 25th, 2011 4:44 pm

    Considering we had $800 bil in stimulus that was supposed to keep unemployment below 8%, and it's been 9%+ ever since. People are beginning to see that the Emperor has no clothes, but the MSM and Liberal mouthpieces, try their best to ignore his lack of apparel.

  4. Pasadena Phil on September 25th, 2011 3:53 pm

    His Jewish support is dwindling and with Cain's victory yesterday, he stands to lose a chunk of the black vote too… the responsible and adult chunk. So long as the GOP fails in its desperate campaign to nominate a liberal Democrat, the GOP should win in a landslide next year.

    It was great for Cain to win yesterday when the rumor of Christie entering the race was dominating the "conservative" media. With Cain winning, we are being offered a contrast of the anachronistic racist black liberationists versus someone running who happens to be black, not half-black but black.

    It's all unraveling for Obama. The only reason he is still in the game is because he is running against The Rovian Progressive Stupid Party. "All aboard Hannity's ABO choo-choo train! Stop thinking! Just vote Republican!"

    (I'm tried to think of a way to sneak in Minn over Det 6-0 but couldn't think of one.)

  5. Granny55 on September 25th, 2011 4:52 pm

    Always trying to rain on our Lion's parade – hey Phil?

  6. Pasadena Phil on September 25th, 2011 5:55 pm

    Great win by the Lions. That's the kind of win that sets up a great season.

  7. Granny55 on September 25th, 2011 6:29 pm

    Yeah – I like it when Calvin Johnson says – Pass that football!!!

  8. Pasadena Phil on September 25th, 2011 6:31 pm

    That was a FANTASTIC catch.

  9. Doug on September 25th, 2011 6:35 pm

    Awesome catch. First win in Minnesota in 13 years and first 3-0 start since 1980 — the year when a 4-0 start spawned this just before the rest of the season went down the crapper:

  10. Granny55 on September 25th, 2011 7:00 pm

    Dammit Doug – Don't compare – this is the hopey/changey season for the Lions!


  11. Pasadena Phil on September 25th, 2011 7:02 pm

    This is a young team but barring key injuries, I have a hard time seeing these guys going down the crapper. They should get better as the year moves along. I still expect 11-5, 12-4.

  12. Granny55 on September 25th, 2011 8:11 pm

    Keeping my fingers crossed! I actually have more hope for my Lions than I do our Republican candidate field. At least my Lions are looking confident and eager. Can't say that for the (R) team.

  13. SignPainterGuy on September 25th, 2011 11:37 pm

    I`m beginning to think BHO is gonna lose all his supporters except the most racist blacks who`ll stick with him even if he is caught on tape murdering someone with a golf club and running them over repeatedly with Golf Cart 1. Some are just hopeless, but the rest are getting fed up and can barely keep up the "love him" facade. And even though the Klintons have pretty much worn out their welcome, Shrillary is just a phone call and an offer away. I mean to say, who, even the most lib dim, thinks Nader or Kucinich are viable candidates ?

  14. Rosalie on September 26th, 2011 3:20 pm

    I think they'll stick with him because of the black vote. And let's face it, the Democrats have them in their back pocket. When will they learn that they're just being used.

  15. SignPainterGuy on September 26th, 2011 3:33 pm

    The DNC is about being in control regardless of cost. Of course they want to appear to be supporting blacks, but in the end, if Obama is sinking their ship and they can`t bail the water fast enough, Obama will be tossed overboard with the rest of the ballast ! Just my opinion !

    Yes, the dims will hold on to Obama as long as possible, but they won`t just sit back and let him cause them to lose without them trying something in desperation !

    Afterall, what is sacred to the dims other than power, control and abortion rights ??

  16. imoforpcs on May 3rd, 2017 12:09 am

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