All paid, entrenched, legacy media pundits are beyond our puny comprehension. Some, like this one, are beyond our very imaginations. Would you have ever thought to take someone’s money in exchange for writing:
Still, high joblessness’ harshest effects fall on the jobless.
So…jobless people are hardest hit by joblessness? No wonder R.S. and his peers make so much money. The insight.
Mr. Samuelson is usually one of the least idiotic mainstream pundits. But if you start treating readers as complete idiots, you also moronize yourself.
I’d love to have such a cushy job, for so long, that I could get away with writing barf like that. Not that I want to, obviously, but still.
Two things. First, amplification: employers, even when hiring, don’t want to hire those who have been unemployed for a long time, preferring to have those with a very small gap, or who are currently working to come to their company.
Second, and off this topic, we may actually have an administration that is killing American citizens for political gain…
Reminds me of this:
Reads: FOOD IN THE TRASH: one tenth of the food is made of edibles.
A bit off topic, but if you find a link to Romney’s 59-step program for jobs (the actually plan), please post it. I’ve searched for a while with no luck and have a trip to Boston in a few days so it’d make some good reading – comical, predictable or serious – TBD.
btw, Vancouver was great – you should have gone.
Ask, and receive: http://www.mittromney.com/sites/default/files/BelieveInAmerica%E2%80%93MittRomney%E2%80%93PlanForJobsAndEconomicGrowth.pdf
Hey, thanks man
It won’t bother me that I missed it, as long as there was no opportunity to watch pretty girls.
You didn’t see any pretty girls…right?
Someone should mention to Obama that the current unemployment rate for black workers is around 16.5% even though the overall is only around 9%.
But what have they done for him lately?