Nancy Pelosi Sums Up what is Wrong with the Democratic Led Congress and Barack Obama in One Sentence
By: Jim Byrd
Nancy Pelosi addressed the 2010 Legislative Conference for the National Association of Counties earlier this week. With her vacuous hyperbole, Pelosi confirmed, yet again, that she and Maxine Waters are cerebrally indistinguishable from cork. Being a fervid pursuant of the prodigiously stupid and the intellectually irrelevant, especially in Congress, I was once again surprised that I could be momentarily startled by any maniacal doctrine Pelosi or Waters verbalized.
In one sentence, Pelosi transcended everything that has been written or spoken about the health care reform bill. All the conjectures, suppositions, conclusions, and interpretations could not summarize this bill, Congress, and Barack Obama more poignantly than the following first sentence of this paragraph of Pelosi’s speech:
But we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of the controversy. Furthermore, we believe that health care reform, again I said at the beginning of my remarks, that we sent the three pillars that the Presidentâ€™s economic stabilization and job creation initiatives were education and innovation â€” innovation begins in the classroom â€” clean energy and climate, addressing the climate issues in an innovative way to keep us number one and competitive in the world with the new technology, and the third, first among equals I may say, is health care, health insurance reform. Health insurance reform is about jobs. This legislation alone will create 4 million jobs, about 400,000 jobs very soon.
Create 4 million jobs, about 400,000 jobs very soon. This is one of the oldest cons by the Democratic Party. This health care bill will not create one job now, nor in the future. When government pillages an industry of capital through oppressive taxation and regulation, resulting in layoffs or the financial inability to hire labor through a capitalistic eco-system of legitimate supply and demand, then redistribute that capital to another industry with an apocryphal job demand manufactured by the government, the end result is to have only shifted jobs from one sector to another, and by no stretch of the imagination should this be construed as creating jobs.
Put on a balancing scale, the dense weight of the intellectual, moral, and constitutional attributes of either Madison, Jefferson, or Washington, weighed against the inconsequential buoyancy of the immeasurable ignorance and degraded integrity of Nancy Pelosi, a more hackneyed and predictable result exists not.
Charles Krauthammer had an interesting assessment of Pelosi’s sentence:
It’s getting wild and wacky when you hear the statement from the Speaker of the House. If I can give her the benefit of the doubt, what she probably intended â€” didn’t actually say (I’m not sure why I’m defending her here) â€” is that once you enact the bill people will see all the good stuff in it and then they’ll appreciate it and the negative public opinion on it will change.
Surely, Krauthammer had his tongue pressed against his cheek, as he is wrong based on historical evidence, and his defense of a malefactor like Pelosi is out of character for him. Within the archives of Nancy Pelosi lies a lengthy exposÃ© of an uncouth disposition, an indiscriminate ignorance, and a rapturous desire to alter the foundation of this country to mirror the decayed and decaying corpses of every failed socialist state that has tried to hope and change the world. So based on historical evidence, this one sentence defines Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic Party.
A reading of the article in its entirety offers the reader a buffet of lies:
In the last quarter of the Bush Administration, what was reported in the first quarter of last year, Americaâ€™s GDP, the rate of growth of GDP was a minus 6.4 percent. Minus 6.4 percent. In the equivalent quarter of the Obama Administration one year later, it is at plus 5.9 percent. A swing of over 12 percent in the GDP. This is the fastest rate that we have seen in a long time.
Then she immediately stated:
Just last week, we learned that Americaâ€™s manufacturing base grew for the seventh straight month â€“ and is now at its second highest level in years.
It would be disingenuous to say Pelosi lied about the relationship between the 5.9% GDP and slowdown in the liquidating of inventories, and much more forthright to state that Pelosi possesses the economic literacy of a gibbon; but with that said, her macroeconomic acumen is far more sophisticated than her comprehension of the Constitution she is sworn to uphold.
Simple economics: Inventories liquidated $33.5 billion in the fourth quarter of 2009, thus resulting in a 5.9 GDP. Inventories liquidated $139.2 billion in the third quarter of 2009. Of the 5.9% GDP, the added inventories contributed 3.39%, thus making the actual number immediately revised to 2.2%. A 2.2% GDP will not incentivize capital to move into the market, and will not reverse 10% unemployment. Consumers will need to dramatically increase their spending to sustain these new inventory levels, and with the unemployment numbers hovering around 10% with government math, and 17% with reality math, inventories will liquidate again if they become stagnant, and GDP will drop accordingly. The economy will not sustain positive growth without significant increase in employment.
For fifty years the United States has strategically guarded itself against the atomic bomb, or weapon of mass destruction as it has become known, with military and diplomatic might. But what is unfolding on an almost daily basis is the disastrous fact that Nancy Pelosi and her ilk possess, with the lethal amalgamation of breathtaking stupidity, fascist ideology, and atrophied morals, what would, synergistically speaking, constitute a weapon of mass destruction capable of doing more damage to this country’s fundamental architecture than any nuclear styled weapon this country has faced.
Jim Byrd's website is A Skewed View.