Monday, September 20, 2010

The Lombardi Rule and the Gipper

Oh, yeah. We're the astroturf. We're the crazy ones.

Obama's going to the UW Madison soon to agitate for the youth vote. How's that job market working out for youths and their TEA party parents? Latest stats:

The unemployment rate of 9.6%, meanwhile, remains stuck near a 27-high. And more than 16% of all working-age Americans lack a good job when the data includes people who have given up looking for work or who can only find a part-time job.

“For the typical American family, the economy is still stagnant,” said economist Lawrence Katz of Harvard. “There is very little sign of widespread prosperity.”

But have no fear, Democrats will heap on paperwork and attack those who are trying to keep jobs and businesses going in this difficult environment, and all of us facing ruinous tax increases.

Take heart. We've seen this Dem call them extremists, bigots playbook before, though it's never come at a time as perilous as this for the future of the country.

The other old iteration-- Ready for Some Class Warfare?HT And so it goes in Shreveport.

Memo to the Right: "The Lombardi Rule" Is In Effect

Run to daylight. To Morning in America again.

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