Hard to decide which is more pathetic: The fact that Media Matters even pushes this crap, or that they can count on so many of their moronic sheep to nod in the affirmative:

I long for the day when there are layoffs at Media Matters so I can inform them of what great news it is for them. Too bad our tax dollars subsidize them or that day would come sooner rather than later.

This Media Matters tool made the same “argument.” Try and figure out this response:

Good God. I’m ashamed to be in the same genus as these idiots.

Just keep in mind that, for the most part, these are the kinds of people in charge of public education. Sleep well.


13 Responses to “Lib spin on latest CBO report about Obamacare’s effect on jobs is a thing to behold”

  1. Marshall_Will on February 7th, 2014 3:16 am

    The GOP dropped the ball and had grossly miscalculated how much the lifestyle, choices and timelines for becoming a fully independent adult has shifted for 20-somethings. Hideously.

    Think about it; not 100 years ago, we didn't really have adolescence! Dad worked the farm until he dropped, the oldest male became a man and girls were married off at 14. It wasn't until the 50's we acknowledged a stage between childhood & adulthood!

    Right or wrong ( mostly WRONG ) young adults today are becoming what some shrinks describe as "emerging adults". Dims got it and played to their pipedreams by promising O'Care coverage to 26. Most YA's today sidestep the issue via a combo of sick-days, accrued Vac. coupled w/ 3-day weekends. Seldom do they work a full 40 hr. week. Just sayin'…

  2. Truesoldier__ on February 7th, 2014 11:23 am

    What morons. Less workers equal higher wages. Don't count on it.

    What you can count on is less workers will equal much higher taxes to pay for those who "choose to spend more time with their families".

    This is the same type of social dribble that has caused quite a few economies of Europe to be flushed down the drain.

  3. Truesoldier__ on February 7th, 2014 11:26 am

    So true. And what is worse is how many of these YA's get ticked off when they get passed up for promotion and want to file lawsuits for discrimination. They cannot grasp why it is that someone with a real work ethic gets the promotion over them.

  4. Truesoldier__ on February 7th, 2014 11:30 am

    As for your question Doug, it would have to be the Sheep that follow the gospel of Media Matters. You would think they would wake up from the slumber with everything that Media Matters has gotten wrong (and not from a political sense). For example, Media Matters was so sure that the O'Scare roll out would be smooth and that everyone would have signed up for health insurance by now. You would think that alone would make some people question the reliability of Media Matters, but I guess when you drink the kool-aid you cannot see reality anymore.

  5. backwoodsconservative on February 7th, 2014 2:34 pm

    Obviously I must sink deeper into poverty if I am to ever become wealthy.

  6. backwoodsconservative on February 7th, 2014 2:40 pm

    I am reminded of my favorite line from the TV show M*A*S*H, delivered by Major Frank Burns.

    "Unless we knuckle under to authority, unless we follow our leaders blindly, there is no way we can remain free."

  7. doriangrey1 on February 7th, 2014 3:33 pm

    Doug, they do it, because like it or not, propaganda does work.

    Watch out for the Squirrel.

  8. Marshall_Will on February 7th, 2014 8:48 pm

    Well said Siddhartha. Lol

  9. Marshall_Will on February 7th, 2014 8:50 pm

    They keep dropping back, punting, regrouping, but the spin is as hard and vicious as EVER. I'm sure it's in Alinsky's manifesto somewhere..?

  10. Marshall_Will on February 7th, 2014 8:52 pm

    But I'm sure a shopkeeper's union mandating store closures for an -hour's- lunch will work here..!

  11. Marshall_Will on February 7th, 2014 9:03 pm

    Or um.., actually puts in a full work week? Up to HERE.

    I'll plug Adam Corolla again but he covered this at length in both his books. We're in no way doing YA's a 'favor' by allowing them to continue to believe their substandard contributions and half-hearted efforts measure up.

    On one hand, they absolutely demand full acknowledgement of their version of current, hip pop-culture/work ethic but OTOH take every license to slam, dismiss and insist on their right to expunge the 300+ years of American History we weren't fortunate to have been graced w/ their presence?

    Sure, there have been generational divides in the past but even purveyors of the "emerging adult" concede there are now structural and measurable differences!

  12. Marshall_Will on February 7th, 2014 9:51 pm

    "EVERYONE (and yes, that even means me) is subject to political manipulation via propaganda, the key, is to know and acknowledge that this is true, and work to discover where and how you have been manipulated."

    That goes double for the workplace. In fact you'll be subjected to it 5 to 10 times for every instance you're exposed to those ploys via the MSM. As Colonel Kurtz said; "You must make a friend of horror. Horror and moral terror". The sooner, the better…

  13. expungement on April 1st, 2014 5:46 pm

    Ask lawyers about their rates and how much it would most likely cost to represent you. Ensure there are not a lot of fees that you are going to have to pay that you simply cannot afford.

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