Unbelievable. Obama is spinning so hard that he is said today that today’s jobs report is a step in the right direction, despite the fact that we are creating at least 100k less jobs per month than we were creating earlier this year. But to Obama that is a step in the right direction. Wow.

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  • He doesn’t understand… we need to be stepping away from the edge of the cliff… not towards it. He just has a bad directional sense. I suspect Romney has a better one, perhaps we should give him a shot.

    • GiantM

      You mean he has “maniacal sense”! There is no other way to describe a corrupt mind.

  • Joe
  • 911Infidel

    You lying dog. The only step in the right direction is voting your sorry a$$ out in November.

  • Nukeman60

    Normally, I would say, “what direction is he going, anyway?”, but I think we all know what we want the answer to that one to be – toward the exit!

  • i see yet an another great ad coming out of this one, helps when he keeps supplying the ammo

  • lilium479

    Let’s cut to the chase……
    250K is break even, ergo 80K is a negative. It is -170K to break even.

  • James1754

    That statement ranks right up there with his new campaign logo, Betting on America. I honestly believe this man is off his meds and becoming more and more delusional.

  • GiantM

    The guy makes mince meat of Bernie Madoff when it comes to integrity.

    Simply unbelievable.

  • n8sebaka

    i think my man forgot to exhale.

    Total absorption.

    Choom Gang Rulz!

  • williamm

    On this day 2008 workforce was 144,735,372

    On this day 2012 workforce is 142,243,042

    On this day in 2008 Food Stamp recipients 30,941,965

    On this day in 2012 Food Stamp recipients 46,287,203

    On this day in 2008 unemployment was 9,437,568

    On this day in 2012 unemployment is 12,764,881

    On this day in 2008 actual unemployment was 13,491,828

    On this day in 2012 actual unemployment is 22,870,197

    On this day in 2008 The national debt was 9.84 trillion

    On this day in 2012 The national debt is 15.83 trillion.

    On this day in 2008 The Us population was 304,370,309

    On this day in 2012 The US population is 313,901,131

    The population has grown by 9.5 million and the workforce has declined by

    2.5 million in 4 years,yet Obama claimed today in Poland,Ohio that he has

    created over 4 million jobs in past 28 months.

    • Oh Williamm, you’re such a racist.

      • williamm

        Darn, you caught me. Was hoping I could sneak that past you. Actually part of that time was under Bush’s watch but the Demosocialist party had control of the house and senate at the time.

        • lol 😉

        • steprock

          Don’t laugh, ABC. It just proves he hates white people too.

      • brendawatkins

        We know this because his words are written in black.. haha

    • aZjimbo

      Awesome stats. Let’s see the left spin those?

      • Nukeman60

        They don’t spin them. They just ignore them.

        • aZjimbo

          Yes, good point.

    • GiantM

      Yup…we’re heading in the right direction alright.

  • 4Hoppes2

    What you get when you have equal parts narcissism and nihilism combined into an otherwise vacuous vessel is one BHO.

  • 12grace

    About obama

    From preserving liberty to destroying it
    Exclusive: Alan Keyes says Roberts decision turns role of government on its head

    A possible solution
    We should be outsourcing government
    Exclusive: Joseph Farah spotlights Georgia city that contracts out nearly all services

  • But of course! For a socialist, this IS the a step in the right direction.

  • Army_Pilot1967

    Does he believe his own BS????? Naw, he can’t, he isn’t that devious, is he? Never mind, I think I know the answer to that.

    If obama was a type of ship in the navy he would be a destroyer because that’s what he’s done to our country!!!!!!

    • Nukeman60

      You sure he isn’t a ‘dingy’?

      • Army_Pilot1967

        LOL…..I like that too, but I was looking at what he has done to our once great country!

    • GreenBeretWay

      Heck I’m going with a PT. (Patrol Torpedo)
      He’s a Part Time President.He Torpedo’s everything he touches and the Japanese used to call them “Devil Boats”

  • welltempered2

    “…another step would be for everybody to forward your graduation and wedding gifts to my re-election campaign. Now you now what my campaign slogan “Foward” really means.”

  • “We need to grow the economy even faster. We need to put even more people to work. I need my comrades in Washington to allow me to create new departments, paid civilian reserves, we need to take over more farms and give them to the poor immigrants, we need to create more IRS positions. The private sector is doing fine now- my comrades in the Unions have done well and will be rewarded. Now we must continue to grow government employment. If we can not get this done soon my friends, we may drop in the polls and I will be forced to create a crisis that we can not waste. The election may have to be suspended for the good of the collective. Hail me! Hail Me! Your Dear Leader has come!!! I will never leave you!!”

    Oh man I scare myself sometimes.

    • 4Hoppes2

      You be careful now ABC, you had me right up until your last line. Heck, everything you wrote could be being inputted into his teleprompter at any moment.

    • GiantM

      Wow…you are certainly “spot on” with those words ABC. There are two pictures out there of Obama that clearly reflects the man and they are always on this site purposefully to prove the very fact.

      First…is the one with his nose sticking up the air with much bravado and the second is his stare down of Benjamin Netanyahu.

  • DCGere

    Unfreakinbelievable. Course this zero has no comprehension of how a robust economy should work. November can’t get here soon enough!

  • He’s lying, we know he’s lying, he knows we know he’s lying. The room is packed with astroturf cheerleaders, as any paid commercial or movie would be. This is as fake as it gets. So is nearly everything Americans see and hear 24/7. That’s why too many are fooled.

    Keep telling the truth. Never give up.

  • GreenBeretWay

    Does this man share a brain with Nancy Pelosi?

  • bjohnson55

    The number one prerequisite for being a liberal today is you must be delusional.

  • Sandra123456

    Forgot to pack a tie and a jacket again I see.

    Communist fool.

  • Starman_Andromeda

    Such nonsense!

    This entry contains an outright misrepresentation.

    Obama did NOT say that *THIS* jobs report represented a “step in the right direction”, but that private sector job growth over the past 2+ years does.

    Here’s the full quote and context.

    “Obama, campaigning in Ohio, focused on private-sector job growth.

    “Businesses have created 4.4 million new jobs over the past 28 months, including 500,000 new manufacturing jobs,” Obama said. “That’s a step in the right direction.”

    It’s really appalling when so-called journalists, essayists, and political pundits are willing to stretch the truth or even make it up to make their case. You don’t need to do that–and such misrepresentations show that you care more for your ideology than the truth.

    How do you handle the fact that there have been 4 million+ jobs created in the past two months? Makes the reality of a weak economic situation a lot more complex–and shows how simple-minded people are to claim that Obama has done little. I’m a critic of him, but he and investment banker cronies (aka the Goldman Sachs-Bain Capital type folks) did stave off a Great Depressiong!

    • 4Hoppes2

      Next time you are thirsty don’t drink the kool-aid. Take a hard look at the post from william above.

    • Nukeman60

      What we were in was a recession, much like we get every 10 years or so. Recessions last about 12-18 months with no intervention. What the Democratic Congress did was crash the housing market to create a fiasco. What Obama then did, when he came into office, was to create a Japan-style recession/depression that will last a decade or more if not stopped and turned around right now.

      4 million jobs created in the last 28 months??? We can’t even keep up with the expanding populace. Who’s the one stretching the truth now? Is this your day to come over to the Conservative’s site and spread Obamatalk. You’re a critic of Obama, but you carry his water. Hmmm…

      This video shows that Obama spun the jobs report in a positive light, which is pure BS. Are you keeping track of the number of lies Obama has saved and/or created, as well? Go back to MediaMatters. Your job is done here.

    • How many of those so called 4 million jobs were temporary, government, union or for the IRS?
      According to dear leader, the private sector is doing just fine. Tell that to those who are still unemployed after 3 years.

      • wodiej

        thank you….29 months here and still looking.

        • steprock

          How do you get by? I’ve been out of work very briefly two different times, and I can tell you I was really, really scared. Best of luck to you!

        • I sure hope you can find something wodiej. My husband had passed his 99 weeks long before he found a temp job over the winter months. While he’s been promised a job next winter, we’re back to no income. It’s hard all over. I’ll keep you in my prayers.

        • Linky1

          I feel for you, my friend.

          While our economic picture is somewhat better here in Canada, it sure isn’t the bed of roses it seems to be.

          We just got out job figures and the city I live in (85,000+) has one of the highest jobless rates in the province-6.1%. I have put out 50 resumes in the past six weeks and today, was the first interview I have had out of all of them. We’ll see how many others they had to interview and wheter I stand out enough to be hired.

    • crosshr

      some carry Obamas water, you in particular want to carry Obama toilet paper and all of a sudden vow to be his toilet paper, you’ve proven yourself worthy of a fool’s calling !

      • Starman_Andromeda

        Nice, really nice. Glad to see that you believe in high-level discourse. OTOH, when people resort to such sophomoric insults, it’s a clear indication that their viewpoint has no substance or evidence!

    • steprock

      Scoop put up the whole clip, including the part you quoted. We are all happy to read the full text and STILL can see that the numbers are down, down, down.

      Aside from that, Obama has a strongly Socialist agenda. I really hope you’ll see this! I’m not going to flame you for asking people to read quotes in context; we should certainly do that. I thank you for it.

      Still doesn’t change the fact that he believes in bigger government and government control, having stated outright that he did not want a tax plan that lets people keep more money than they need. Doesn’t change the fact that we are in staggering debt and unemployment roles have gone ever higher. 2 steps forward, 3 steps back.

      • Very well said stepfriend.

      • Starman_Andromeda

        You really don’t know what socialism is, do you?! I wish he were a democratic socialist in the tradition of Eugene Debs and Michael Harrington– then we might actually be moving the country in a decent direction. You right-wingers also contradict yourselves claiming he’s also a crony capitalist!

        In any event, you’re so worried about socialism, let me ask you a couple of questions. Do you believe in

        1) The direct election of U.S. Senators by the people?

        2) The 40-hour work week?

        3) The 8-hour week day?

        4) An end to child labor?

        5) Food and drug safety laws?

        6) Women’s right to vote?


        All came about thanks to the work of socialists– all key parts of the socialist agenda in the late 19th century and early 20th century– all called radical, out of the mainstream, etc. at one time, now considered key elements of a decent society.

    • Linky1

      “How do you handle the fact that there have been 4 million+ jobs created in the past two months?”

      Where, on Andromeda?

      • Starman_Andromeda

        Re-read and you’ll see that I wrote, “28 months”. But don’t let facts get in the way of your ideology!

        • Linky1

          Re-read your post. I quoted your own words, but don’t let that get that get in the way of your ideaology.

          BTW, there must be a gap in the time-space continuum between Earth and Andremeda, as this post was about 6 weeks ago….

  • KM

    I kept waiting for the obama to say, “… give me 24 more years and I’ll get it fixed.”.

    What an asinine disaster. Folks i know would hold their head in shame for what has happened in the last 42 months.

  • RestlessLegs

    If by “direction” he means backward, then he’s right (although it’s a lot more than one step…).

  • Cindy09

    Interesting!! What he is saying is that he has created about 4.4 M jobs in the government sector. Definitely, his intention is to grow and grow government and absorb part of the 8.2 % that are hanging out there. Waow!! He kept on with his promises of transforming America. Never mind how deep in debts we are. The more “jobs” he creates, the deeper the private sector goes into debt!!

    • Starman_Andromeda

      Actually, they have been private sector jobs– he’s overseen the creation of more private sector jobs in the past year than Bush did in his entire 8 years!

  • NObama saying this is a “step in the right direction” just shows more proof that the country is going in the wrong direction. The only way we might get going in the RIGHT direction is by electing a new President and Conservative politicians in every position at national and local level we can.

  • Captain_Maynard

    If you’re an American and you believe anything that comes out of this man’s mouth, then you don’t deserve to be free. Simply disgusting how he’s trying to spin this. But then again, that’s communists for you.

    • Starman_Andromeda

      Obama, a communist?! Unbelievable nonsense. As to spinning, and what comes out of candidate’s mouths, Romney has an incredible run of lies, fabrications, and mis-representations.

      They range from the first TV ad of the primary season in NH–where he falsified Obama’s statements to the recent, repeated deliberate mis-representations of building things alone. I thought it pretty funny that it turned out that businessman featured in Romney’s ad about it built his business with federal Small Business Administration loans!

      If you all want to spew this nonsense, please proceed.

      But, for those of you who want to learn something, expand your horizons and be exposed to other views– try reading– and thinking about–the recent Washington Post essay by James C. Roumell who founded Roumell Asset Management LLC.


  • MaroonRepublic

    FORWARD! But in the opposite direction.

  • steprock

    About this slogan: “Betting On America”

    Mr. President, this country is NOT a gamble. It’s something we live and breathe every day. It’s deep down in the core of our convictions. You cut us and we bleed red, white, and blue.

    That’s not a gamble or a bet; that’s a way of life. With all due respect, Sir.

    • Nukeman60

      HopenChangecartoon site called it “gambling with your future”. Some slogan.


      How many slogans has Obama had now? I lost count way back at the Arizona Memorial for the Giffords shooting. WTF?

    • actionsspeaklouder

      DUE respect???? Surely you jest. Obama deserves NO respect and DON’T call him SIR.

    • layne22

      While to us he shouldn’t be gambling with our nation, we know that he is! That’s why what he’s doing has many people up in arms.

      • Starman_Andromeda

        Gambling with the nation?

        Hardly–he’s been unable to get through most of his agenda because Republicans have put party ahead of country. They’re the ones who have gambled away the livelihoods of all too many. And Obama’s signature achievement– the Affordable Care Act–which you all deride– was based upon a plan from the right-wing Heritage Foundation– and modeled after Romney’s own Massachusetts plan.

        It’s a free market, insurance-favoring, business-leaning health care plan. We progressives find it problematic because it wasn’t democratic, eschewed the public option, avoided single payer, etc.

        • layne22

          “he’s been unable to get through most of his agenda because Republicans have put party ahead of country” Boy, does that get it completely backwards. Many conservatives voted in repubs / conservatives in 2010 to try and stop President Obama’s agenda exactly because he was putting his agenda ahead of the country. Praise God they have stopped him somewhat. But, of course, he “can’t wait” and has put Executive orders in force to do what he wants in spite of Congress.

          Which leads me to some questions for you. You say “We progressives find it (ACA) problematic because it wasn’t democratic”. Do you find all the other un-democratic things he has done problematic? Like putting particular GM dealerships out of business? Putting those with secured debt in the GM bailout last on the list of those who should be paid? Giving stimulus dollars to so-called green energy companies who were campaign donors, that went bankrupt? Doing end runs around Congress through his agencies (ATF, ICE, etc)?

          • Starman_Andromeda

            Unlike you right-wingers, I have no problem criticizing his policies, but also recognizing his accomplishments. That is, I can see reality– I’m not blinded by hatred or ideology.

            I have no problem faulting him for various end runs, anti-democratic actions. I have no problem faulting him for being too close to investment bankers.

            But to counter each of your points–

            Did you really want the auto industry to go bankrupt as Romney proclaimed?

            Do you honestly think that Solyndra represents the entire green energy, federal stimulus program? That’s as bad as saying that Bain’s success = Staples or that its failure = pick any one of the dozens of companies that he got rich off of.

            Are you all really falling for Romney’s turn back the clock policies– financial deregulation, huge tax give aways to the rich, etc.?? That’s what brought us to the brink of complete economic catastrophe in the first place under Bush. I, and other progressives, would agree that Obama’s solutions are modest, at the margins, and are insufficient to put millions back to work. But cutting government support programs, spending billions more on defense for imperialism and to satisfy military-industrial corporate greed, and eliminating taxes on capital gains are hardly the solution.

            Incidentally, I thought the conservative principle was that you had to work hard to earn your money– not just earn it while you sleep!

            • layne22

              Thanks for the dialogue, Starman. Believe it or not, I don’t hate the President. I do vehemently oppose his policies, however. And I also question his motives.

              I’ll take a stab at answering your questions to try to promote understanding between us – folks who are clearly at opposite ends.

              We have freedom in America, which includes freedom to fail. Am I for the auto industry going bankrupt? Well, first of all, it was GM that was in that position, not the whole industry. And, yes, if a company can’t make it, they will fail, so we need to let them. That’s not necessarily a bad thing! It means the company goes on sale to pay creditors. And perhaps someone would buy it and make it more competitive. Did you realize there was a story just this past week that we may have to bail out GM again? At what point is it OK to not bail out a company? After you’ve spent how many billion? President Obama has said he wants to do what he did for GM for every industry. Are you for that? Is there any business that we shouldn’t bail out? Who decides? I say the free market should decide. If someone wants to risk their capital to try and make a business succeed, go for it! But government should stay out of that arena.

              You said, “Do you honestly think that Solyndra represents the entire green energy, federal stimulus program?” No, but when Light-squared, Ener1, Beacon Power, Solar Trust of America, and Abound Solar all received funds AND filed for bankruptcy, I tend to conclude this isn’t working very well at all. Government shouldn’t be in the business of picking winners and losers.

              In regard to finances of the country in general, we must realize that the government doesn’t produce anything. They get their money from the private sector in the form of taxes, by borrowing or printing it. So, to claim that the government gives huge tax give-aways to the rich, I take that to mean that the government doesn’t take as much tax money from someone who is rich.

              I will be the first to admit that the tax system in America is a mess. It needs to be scrapped and replaced. You and I wouldn’t agree as to what that should look like, since you think President Obama’s solutions have been modest, at the margins and insufficient to put millions back to work. I think his policies have decimated our economy.

              As a country we have to face facts: we are ~$16 Trillion in debt and we borrow 40 cents for every dollar we spend. This cannot be sustained. You can demonize rich people all you want, but that is not going to solve the problems we have. If we give people the freedom to thrive in their businesses (by cutting tax rates and deregulating) they hire people to increase their business; and those new hires become taxpayers. This kind of growth in our economy / tax base is the only way we’re going to get out of this mess in addition to cutting government spending. Clearly the government trying to grow our economy hasn’t worked – it never has. Time to let the free market work.

              Been nice talking to you, Starman!

  • wodiej


  • LABigDave

    Here are the pertinent definitions for what comes out of Obama’s mouth

    A Sociopath

    A sociopath is typically defined as someone who lies incessantly to get their way and does so with little concern for others. A sociopath is often goal-oriented (i.e., lying is focused – it is done to get one’s way). Sociopaths have little regard or respect for the rights and feelings of others. Sociopaths are often charming and charismatic, but they use their talented social skills in manipulative and self-centered ways (see, lovefraud, for more on sociopaths).

    Compulsive Liar

    A compulsive liar is defined as someone who lies out of habit. Lying is their normal and reflexive way of responding to questions. Compulsive liars bend the truth about everything, large and small. For a compulsive liar, telling the truth is very awkward and uncomfortable while lying feels right. Compulsive lying is usually thought to develop in early childhood, due to being placed in an environment where lying was necessary. For the most part, compulsive liars are not overly manipulative and cunning (unlike sociopaths), rather they simply lie out of habit – an automatic response which is hard to break and one that takes its toll on a relationship.

    Based on those definitions, I’d say there is no doubt where Obama fits.

  • Rob_Bryant

    Funny he should bring up “where we were back in 2007”. I wonder what is significant about that year? Couldn’t be the left taking over congress, could it? That bit needs to be spliced with something else that mentions the democrats taking the house and run as an ad.

  • LABigDave

    Here are the pertinent definitions for what comes out of Obama’s mouth:

    A Sociopath

    A sociopath is typically defined as someone who lies incessantly to get their way and does so with little concern for others. A sociopath is often goal-oriented (i.e., lying is focused – it is done to get one’s way). Sociopaths have little regard or respect for the rights and feelings of others. Sociopaths are often charming and charismatic, but they use their talented social skills in manipulative and self-centered ways.

    Compulsive Liar

    A compulsive liar is defined as someone who lies out of habit. Lying is their normal and reflexive way of responding to questions. Compulsive liars bend the truth about everything, large and small. For a compulsive liar, telling the truth is very awkward and uncomfortable while lying feels right. Compulsive lying is usually thought to develop in early childhood, due to being placed in an environment where lying was necessary. For the most part, compulsive liars are not overly manipulative and cunning (unlike sociopaths), rather they simply lie out of habit – an automatic response which is hard to break and one that takes its toll on a relationship.

    Doesn’t take a psychologist to ascertain which definition fits Obama.

  • actionsspeaklouder

    Great . . . we get a two-fer with Obama. How people can’t see Obama for what he is defies logic. I have an 88 year old friend who see right through Obama. She is one smart old broad! She says he lies with every breath and she has caught him time and time again in his lies. Why can’t people in their 20’s see it? Winston Churchill was right – if you’re not a liberal in your 20’s you have no heart – if you’re not a conservative in your 40’s, you have no brain.

    • kong1967

      Have you ever seen that lady on Fox that analyzes body language? She watches people in criminal cases and tells you if they are lying or not. Well, she has watched Obama on several occasions and she will not talk about truthfulness. If he was being so honest would she avoid going there? The way I look at it she doesn’t want the backlash for pointing out his lies.

      • Yeah, I guess FOX wouldn’t appreciate if she pulled a “Joe Wilson” saying “YOU LIE!!!”

        • kong1967


      • Nukeman60

        She is also a guest on Bill O’Reilly, who will bend over backwards to not denigrate Obama. He doesn’t like his guests speaking poorly of the Imperial Majesty.

        He’s still on that Holy Grail quest to get his personal interview with Obama on Fox.

        • kong1967

          He already got an interview and he treated Obama with kid gloves.

          • Nukeman60

            Yeah, I know. And ever since then, he’s been shooting to get him back. That’s when his entire approach changed.

            • kong1967

              I don’t like O’Reilly. I watch his show often, but not to hear his opinions.

  • actionsspeaklouder

    This guy is one sick lunatic.

  • mediaaccess1

    A classic!


    …the only STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION is for Mao Obama to leave by the WHITE HOUSES BACK DOOR in January 2013 !”

  • kong1967

    Obama, don’t ever drive me to work. I couldn’t handle you telling me it’s a step in the right direction when we are still in the driveway over three years later. Idiot.

  • kong1967

    All of the above.

  • And the Calliope plays on . . . .
    While 13 midgets try to get into a tiny car, and clowns make balloon animals, in the center ring we have the Amazing Obama as he walks the high wire without a net!
    Ahhh, the Circus is in town!!!

  • Linky1

    Epic FAIL.

  • he looks very tired

    • texasgirl46

      I was thinking kinda the same thing, he looks sickly. Must be all that crap he has in his body and trying to spew out….

  • aZjimbo

    I made it through 13 seconds and then could not listen anymore. I seriously think there is something mentally wrong with this guy. he spews out nothing but hatred and lies and really thinks the American people are going to believe it? I think we are headed for another recession or are in one now. Of course the MSM will never report it. And guess what 84,000 jobs created is? Thats 1474 jobs per state (57 states remember). That is horrific.

  • Nukeman60

    I just sat down with my trusty little abacus this afternoon (since my slide rule had dead batteries), and started to crunch some numbers. This is what I came up with:

    Let’s give Obama the benefit of the doubt (that was hard to do!), and say he actually has created 4.4 million jobs in the last 28 months. That would be 157,000 jobs/month. Now, the workforce population is growing by 100,000 to 150,000 per month. Let’s once again be generous and say the average is 125,000 people/month. We have to accomodate for them.

    Now, what would it take to bring the U6 unemployment rate of right now (15%) down to Bush’s worst U6 number of 10%? That would be reducing only 1/3 of Obama’s numbers at Obama’s self-glorifying rate of 157,000 jobs/month.

    157,000 (jobs/month regained) – 125,000 (workforce/month increased)= 32,000 jobs/month can be deducted from the unemployment ranks. The U6 has us at 22,870,000 unemployed. 1/3 of that is 7,620,000.

    7,620,000 (jobs) divided by 32,000 (jobs/month) = 238 months (19.85 years), to get to Bush’s worst level of unemployment.

    So there you have it. If we accept Obama’s great jobs numbers, we can reduce the unemployment rate to Bush’s worst numbers (10% on U6, 6% on U3) in 20 years, assuming we re-elect him until 2032, that is. Numbers don’t lie, Barry. Doesn’t sound so good now, does it?

    (Of course, we would have to suspend term limits, but that’s a small thing in this administration)

  • chatterbox365

    Are any of us really surprised Obama is spinning this?? Good grief!

  • texasgirl46


  • That is what his meaning of ” Forward ” is.. Really backward

  • banzi641


  • zhuozi282


  • If this is a step in the “right” direction, I would hate to see what he thinks a step in the wrong direction is. Well, if you’re hoping that the economy will collapse so that everyone becomes dependent on government handouts in order to live, then I guess it IS a step in the right direction. Which is why we need to make a big change in November.

  • 1CatEye

    He’s spinning so hard he will screw himself into the ground.

  • Starman_Andromeda

    Who’s that? Romney? 🙂