A certain paranoid, irrelevant, failing blogger, who sees Nazis and racists wherever he looks, continually claims that the only reason any Republican voter or conservative blog detests Barack Hussein Obama, is because he’s (half) black.
Please note, for those of you stalkers from the cesspool, and other lib miscreants, without a sense of humor (or functioning brain), which is 99.9% of you, the following two paragraphs are called sarcasm. Thank you for your cooperation.
Of course all of us racists only hate Obama because of the color of his skin! It has nothing to do with the pathetic job he’s doing! It’s the color of his skin that we detest!
If we weren’t all racists, we’d agree he’s actually done such a fine job as President, that he deserves not only a second, but also a third and fourth term! Damn racist constitution written by all those dead slave-owning honkies a couple hundred years ago and amended by other honkies is holding down da brother!
Seriously, the fact is, that since Obama took office in Jan. 2009, the USA is a total disaster. Take a look at these numbers. They don’t lie, nor can they be “spun” to turn the truth into lies. Since wordpress doesn’t do spreadsheets or graphs well, the first number is what is was in Jan. 2009, when Obungler took office. The second number is today, or the most current available. The third is the percentage of change since Jan. 2009.
After reading the chart, you will see that nothing good has happened, and Obama deserves to go the route of Jimmy Carter- One term and done.
Avg. retail price/gallon gas in U.S. $1.83 / $3.104 / + 69.6%
Crude oil, European Brent (barrel) $43.48 / $99.02 / +127.7%
Crude oil, West TX Inter. (barrel) $38.74 / $91.38 / +135.9%
Gold: London (per troy oz.) $853.25 / $1,369.50 / +60.5%
Corn, No.2 yellow, Central IL $3.56 / $6.33 / +78.1%
Soybeans, No. 1 yellow, IL $9.66 / $13.75 / +42.3%
Sugar, cane, raw, world, lb. fob $13.37 / $35.39 / +164.7%
Unemployment rate, non-farm, overall 7.6% / 9.4% / +23.7%
Unemployment rate, blacks 12.6% / 15.8% / +25.4%
Number of unemployed 11,616,000 / 14,485,000 / +24.7%
Number of fed. employees, ex. military 2,779,000 / 2,840,000 / + 2.2%
Real median household income (2008 v 2009) $50,112 / $49,777 / -0.7%
Number of food stamp recipients 31,983,716 / 43,200,878 / +35.1%
Number of unemployment benefit recipients 7,526,598 / 9,193,838 / +22.2%
Number of long-term unemployed 2,600,000 / 6,400,000 / +146.2%
Poverty rate, individuals 13.2% / 14.3% / +8.3%
People in poverty in U.S. 39,800,000 / 43,600,000 / +9.5%
U.S. rank in Economic Freedom World Rankings 5 / 9 / n/a
Failed banks 140 / 164 / +17.1%
U.S. dollar versus Japanese yen exchange rate 89.76 / 82.03 / -8.6%
National debt, in trillions $10.627 / $14.052 / +32.2%