This is from an April 27th column in the Russian newspaper Pravda:
It must be said, that like the breaking of a great dam, the American decent into Marxism is happening with breath taking speed, against the back drop of a passive, hapless sheeple, excuse me dear reader, I meant people.
Now you know it's bad when the Russians say we're moving toward Marxism.
(The link isn't to the newspaper because you have to sign up to see it. I did, and it's word for word.)
Yesterday, Obama claimed that 150,000 jobs have been "saved or created" (I've been wary of that phrase since the first time it was used). He's also bragging that unemployment has risen but not as much as it has in a long time. That's like a kid telling his mom that he had 6 tests in school with these grades: 100, 90, 80, 70, 60, and 58, and then bragging that that's the lowest drop from the previous grade yet. The point is, IT STILL DROPPED. But back to the "saved or created" b.s. No one -- not the Labor Department, not the Treasury, not the Bureau of Labor Statistics -- actually measures "jobs saved." So it's very easy for the Obamanation to make up this number and not have it disputed because there's no way to prove it wrong, especially since the media has fallen for it and is selling it.
From the Telegraph:
Left-wing incumbents in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Denmark, and of course Britain were either slaughtered, or badly mauled [while] Right-wing incumbents in France (Sarkozy) and Italy (Berlusconi) survived the European elections unscathed.
Europe is finally realizing the error of its ways and jumping on the capitalism bandwagon, but somehow we're going down the path that led them to disaster in the first place? Really?
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