Wednesday, September 24, 2014

It's Just a Mystery

Republican governor Nathan Deal of Georgia, the State with the highest unemployment in the country:

"It's ironic that in a year in which Republican governors are leading some of the states that are making the most progress — that they almost, without exception, are classified as having a bump in their unemployment rates. Whereas states that are under Democrat governors' control, they are all showing that their unemployment rate has dropped. Now, I don't know how you account for that..."

No, Governor Deal, I guess you don't know how you might account for that.  Not without admitting the obvious truth that Democrats know how to run things and Republicans don't.

No, that could never be the answer.

"Maybe there is some influence here that we don't know about," he continued. "But when you say California is in a better position in terms of unemployment than the state of Georgia, there's just something that just does not ring true."

That's it- the Democrats are faking the unemployment rates.  That must be what is going on.

6 comments:

Jerry Critter said...

We need employment ID cards. Obviously, democrats are stuffing the employment roles with unemployed people reporting as employed.

Let's stop employment fraud. Require that every employed person carry a government issued employment ID card.

Green Eagle said...

Will those be issued after a racial purity test? If that's what you are advocating, I see a great career for you at Renew America or Breitbart.

Green Eagle said...

Jerry, it occurred to me that my remark was deadpan enough that you just might think I meant it. Just making sure you knew I didn't suspect that you had changed sides.

Jerry Critter said...

Speaking of changing sides, besides the racial purity test, perhaps we should have a sexual straightness test also.

You can never have enough tests to be sure that you are dealing with the "right kind of people", you know. :)

Green Eagle said...

A sexual straightness test- maybe we've found a job for Anonymous. Of course, that's assuming that, with his obsession with gays he could pass it himself.

Magpie said...

When someone calls me some epithet like ‘fag’ I know they’ve got nothing. Nothing. It’s laughable. Or would be if it wasn’t so sad.

For all we know, Anon might be a perfect gentleman on a one-to-one basis – it’s just that he’s hopelessly brainwashed, with his dial flicked to auto-hate. He doesn’t hate you – he doesn’t even know you - he hates the imaginary version of you he’s been taught to hate.

Re Obama: People like Anon hate an Obama that doesn’t actually exist, rather than the real politician that you are often critical of for his real failures.

This is the great paradox of our faltering so-called civilisation: never before have we had so much information so readily available and yet there are masses of people walking around with a completely fictional worldview.