Thursday, November 19, 2009

Move Along, Nothing To See Here

Obama Calls Stimulus Data Errors 'Side Issue,' Says Focus Is on Job Growth

President Obama brushed off criticism over his administration's inaccurate reporting on job creation Wednesday, telling Fox News the accounting is an "inexact science" and that any errors are a "side issue" when compared with the goal of turning the economy around. He said job growth is his No.1 responsibility.

So Obama could not repeat the "1 million jobs saved or created" nonsense enough. Now that it has been thoroughly debunked the issue of it being untrue is a "side issue".

Move along, nothing to see here.

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8 comments:

Miss T.C. Shore said...

Obama has found the key to success as a Democratic president. It's easier to claim that problems are being fixed than it it is to actually fix them.

(See: War On Terror, Economic Stimulus, Crap and Trade, et. al.)

MK said...

"inexact science"

You know what else is an "inexact science" and should really be just brushed aside, the crap about man-caused global warming. But don't count on him to brush that aside, not when it has such potential to impoverish and strip liberties from us.

Chuck said...

Miss TC, good point

MK, appears the climatologists are puzzled as to why the earth has stopped warming

http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,662092,00.html

Leslie said...

Lie and distract...it is the common practice of this administration. I'm just wondering what the next crisis will be that they will use in order to get our minds off of the health bill and other nefarious activities they have planned.

LASunsett said...

This is the attention deficit presidency.

Now that they have been called on this, it's time to focus on other things so we must consider this a side issue. Besides they must have bigger fish to fry right now, like Afghanistan. Right?

Chuck said...

Leslie, they'll think of something

LA, or getting to the bottom of why this peace loving man snapped at Fort Hood

DaBlade said...

It is truly bad form for Fox News to call our president out on some of these inaccuracies in statistics. We would have lost even more jobs if his rhetoric was not so glorious and caring. (please send Obama Money)

Chuck said...

DaBlade, right- it's the jobs he has saved we need to focus on.