Messiah Rises After Three Days

Yesterday’s Denver Post had a WWII armistice sized headline :


After the messiah’s teleprompter-free crucifixion in Denver on Wednesday, the press is desperate to resurrect him.  They pulled the same stunt three days after the Libya disaster, by dropping coverage and obsessing over the Romney 47% tape.

7.8% unemployment, even if it was accurate, would be called out by the press as a catastrophe if a republican were president.

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9 Responses to Messiah Rises After Three Days

  1. This is what needs to be on the front pages across the country, not the pretense of “honest journalism” that we are given routinely by all in the mainstream media (including Fox news). And it is why I say we are in a war, the War of the Insane Left. Those who are tasked with protecting our right to hear the truth — reporters and journalists — are instead tyrannizing us all with political lies — the Emperor with no clothes on.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Those 7.8% are the only ones delusional enough to actually believe there are jobs out there. Everyone else has given up.

  3. dmmcmah says:

    7.8% unemployment IS a catastrophe. Only under the new normal of a socialist directed economy is it considered fabulous news.

  4. Independent says:

    The Obama-loving press thinks less employment than 2000 is the economy “taking off.”

  5. tckev says:

    Wow it’s a MASSIVE swing –
    hundredths of a percent.

  6. Mike Mangan says:

    The real unemployment rate is 11.63%. The participating civilian population is steadily shrinking…

    They’ve all given up or gone on the very generous disability payroll. You don’t lower unemployment with a GDP growth of 1.3%.

  7. Mike Mangan says:

    The government does the same thing with employment statistics that they do to temperature data. The spread between the real world and their propaganda is increasing in both cases…

    This will ultimately lead to a new revolution. 🙂

  8. slimething says:

    Up is down. Down is up. 114,000 jobs in September is more than 142,000 in August.

    I think even David Appell can figure this one out, or not.

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