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Monday, July 11, 2011

Crunching the numbers since January 2009

I don't think I've ever linked to Politics in NEPA before, but I suppose there's a first time for everything.

Who is that guy anyway?

Some stats from that site.

Since January 2009, when the self-styled messiah was inaugurated...

Unemployment has risen by 25%.

The nation's debt has increased by 35%.

The price of a gallon of gas has exploded by 104%.

*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & The Department of Energy.

If that's not troubling enough, milk prices are setting new record highs, along with near record highs for corn, wheat, soybean, coffee and other must-have staples.

All of which can be tied to our purposely devalued dollar, which also directly led to the explosion of gasoline prices in the U.S. Speculators, my ass.

Worldwide, food prices are at an all-time high, and corresponding protests and riots, if not fledgling  insurgencies will likely result.

But getting back to a 308 million-strong Amerika...

25 million are unemployed

15 million are collecting disability

43 million are collecting food stamps.

8 million are receiving W.I.C. (women, Infants & Children) food vouchers.

And the growing legions of of under-employed are beyond calculable.

Meanwhile, our pretend president has the EPA restricting the production of electricity at nearly every turn as part of the Growing Greener scam. And as was promised during his campaign, a V.A.T. (Value-added-tax) will eventually be attached to the use of any and all energies as a way of punishing average Americans into embracing the vacuous Green agenda against their will.

And the knee-jerk oil drilling moratorium? How telling.

Now, if that's a passing report card by any severe stretch of the imagination, then I'm here to tell you that the Great Depression II awaits you as early as January 2013.



I know, I know. Bush did it.

Fact is, these hard-core Democrats have gone all pathological on us.

Later

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