The jobs plan

From Moon over Alabama:

Obama’s jobs plan:

  • “We will continue to falsely diagnose a solvency crisis as a normal liquidity recession.” (I would otherwise have to demand credit write downs from those criminal banksters who pay for my reelection bid.)
  • “We will cut the payroll taxes which pay for social security.” (This will make it easier to later gut the whole program.)
  • “We will pay for that by later cutting Medicare and Medicaid.” (See how I never lose sight of my original aims.)
  • “We also ask the Congress supercommittee to find more ways to cut spending.” (Time for the catfood commission to earn its name.)
  • “We will give tax breaks to companies that hire workers.” (Just fire them from those well payed jobs, rehire them for less and get another tax break. What’s not to like here?)
  • “We will give some money to the cities and towns so they can keep more policemen on their payrolls.” (We will need those when the people eventually start to revolt.)
  • “We will put up $10 billion of the people’s money toward a public-private infrastructure bank. (Here is some upfront money for the banksters to privatize more of the now public owned space.)
  • “We will also offer money to rehab vacant and foreclosed hoses that are now owned by the banks.” (They never really wanted those houses so why should they pay for them?)
  • “We ask Congress to pass this immediately.” (Please don’t give anyone time to find out what really is behind these ideas.)

5 thoughts on “The jobs plan

  1. “We will pass more “free trade” agreements and ship millions more of your jobs overseas.” The oligarchy must be dancing in their money vaults while salivating over all of the the new profits soon to be coming their way. Next week Mr. Plutocrat will be telling us which spending cuts he’d like to make. Want to bet they won’t include the defense budget? Shucking and jiving and shufflen’ along.

  2. I didn’t know “Moon Over Alabama” was back in business. It was an interesting site.

  3. I didn’t know Moon Over Alabama was back, either. Bernhardt took over Billmon’s comment section, then eventually Billmon sadly (for his readers) stopped publishing. B continued on for several years, as a forum to include many of Billmon’s very astute and articulate commenters. And he shut down a couple of years ago. Nice to see him start up again, and thank you for posting the link.

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