Under Barack Hussein Obama, President of Black Run America, this is where we are at today as a nation:
(2) In November 2010 alone, the federal government spent $5.8 billion dollars on EBT cards; a record setting $64.7 billion dollars in FY 2010.
In one month, the federal government spent over twice as much on EBT cards as was invested last year in the Constellation program.
(3) The New York Times has a disingenuous editorial called, “In an Earthbound Era, Heaven Has To Wait.” In reality, “heaven has to wait” because BRA is bankrupt and Obama is president.
(4) The June employment numbers have been released: 18,000 jobs were created in June. The pathetic May numbers, which received so much criticism, have been cut more than half to 25,000 jobs!
Please note that 125,000 jobs have to be created every month just to keep up with population growth.
How many of those Obama jobs were created by the McDonald’s job fair? At the time, the Obama administration said the McDonald’s jobs would be counted in the May employment numbers, not the April numbers.
In the press conference below, Obama urges Congress to pass new “free trade agreements” with Asia and South America. This is a reference to the South Korea, Columbia, and Panama free trade agreements.
More free trade?
All we have done for decades is pass new “free trade agreements.”
(5) Finally, somewhere between 7 and 35 African-American students took calculus in Oregon between 2009 and 2010. They will probably all be hired by NASA to help the Muslim world feel better about its scientific accomplishments.
Gosh, all you can do is laugh at this society and the transparent lies it is based upon (Clinton unleashed Wall Street and signed NAFTA), which by any reasonable standard is a failure. It is actually a hopeful sign that the space shuttle program is ending.
BRA was born when the space race was just getting started. Now that America is withdrawing from the space race to invest more money in EBT cards for African-Americans and Hispanics, this is a strong indicator that the end is near.