Sunday, August 9, 2009

Maybe Economic Recovery Is Not The Plan

It makes you wonder why the Obama Administration is spending all of its time with health care and carbon emissions. The immediate problem is that nearly 10 percent of Americans looking for work can't find a job. This should be the main focus of the Administration, but it isn't for some reason.

It's true that the Obama folks are spending money, but most of it is redistributive, taking from folks that they don't like and giving to folks that they like. Virtually none of the Obama spending creates any jobs in the private sector, which is what must be done if the economy is to improve.

Maybe getting back to full employment is not their real agenda. It is certainly beginning to look that way.

1 comment:

frankb said...

duh...does not take a Phd to know that...what do you think Rahm meant when he said "never waste a crisis"? it is nothing but a power grab from the unions to the investment bankers to the charities, the more everybody depends on Barack, the harder it will be to get rid of him...he is not well intentioned...send this post to the White house so I can be tagged as bad guy.