December 11, 2008

Latest Pajamas Media Column (‘Commander-in-Chief or Community Organizer-in-Chief?’) Is Up

It’s here.

The subheadline is “Supporting law-breaking workers undermines Obama’s attempts to appear moderate.” I also noted in the column that it will cause employers and investors to shut their wallets tight if it’s seen as more than a one-off error in judgment.

The column’s headline and subheadline mask points I make therein about how the vast majority of the bad economic news this year has occurred since the POR Economy of Nancy Pelosi, Barack Obama, and Harry Reid began in June.

Not mentioned in the column: Obama’s support of law-breakers has the potential to undermine the overall rule of law and turn us irrevocably into a “he who shouts the loudest get ‘the law’ enforced on his behalf” society — a road we’ve already travelled down too far.

I really want to get away from the “Punk” moniker I’ve all too accurately applied to the president-elect based on HIS behavior, but Obama’s “they’re exactly right” statement, which has of course been taken to mean that the former workers involved are “exactly right” to be taking over someone else’s private property, is yet another example of exactly that. So the 90-day counter, originally instituted on November 7 after Obama’s classless comment about Nancy Reagan, wherein the “Punk” moniker will be buried if no punk behavior occurs, was restarted on December 7, and now stands at four.

The Pajamas column will go up at BizzyBlog on Saturday morning (link won’t work until then) after the blackout expires.

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2 Comments

  1. Interesting article on the AT that gives a business owner’s perspective of the POR economy. http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/12/blame_me_for_job_losses.html

    Comment by dscott — December 11, 2008 @ 10:42 am

  2. #1, It’s an eyewitness account of the points that have been made all along about the POR economy AND the dangers of Obama expressing solidarity with those sitting in at the window/door company.

    Comment by TBlumer — December 11, 2008 @ 1:28 pm

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