Thursday, October 16, 2008

Party Matters

Getting potato wrong is one thing but not being able to count like a four year-old is absolutely dumb.



But then he is a Democrat and they protect their own.

7 comments:

FJ said...

I thought J-O-B-S was a three letter word... ;)

FJ said...

Funny how union supporters are always fighting to do "less labor", but whenever there's an economic crises, the answer is not more "labor", but more "jobs". I guess "somebuddy else" out to do all the work...

huh?

IOpian said...

Well fj you know there are three kinds of people in the world.. those that can count and those that can't. But to unions work is still a four letter word.

For them there is usually a self-inflicted financial crisis when they price themselves out of the market. Then they get their bowels in a knot and throw a pampered pout fest when business gets tired of the crap and relocates to a place like Mexico where they can pay the market price for that labor and at the same time improve those people's standard of living.

About half of America is nothing but spoiled adolescents that believe we should support them simply for living. God forbid they should have to struggle to make a living.

Take William Ayers. Here's a guy that simply hasn't outgrown his teenage rebellion from mommy and daddy and tries to mask his inability to mature with grand theories that he is doing what he does to make the world a better place. Same thing with union workers that don't want to put out the effort to try and elevate themselves to higher income through education and personal risk. They want the income brought down to them.

And it looks like all of them are about to elect their boy-king.

nanc said...

come on guys - look at their voting base...j-o-b-s is just a plain dirty word!

nanc said...

p.s. and o.t. - i've linked you up at my new site...

IOpian said...

Will do the same.

FJ said...

Ayers never did grow up. His daddy supported him, his wife, and his brother with "board chairs" and "teaching positions" despite the fact that they were unrepentent criminals.