Friday, June 24, 2011
One in a series that takes a look at some of the wacky, zany and madcap things said by Sarah Palin.
This is a mash-up of Palin expounding on our "sacred documents expanding" in the cause of expanding freedom and then moving onto the economy where she comes out for "grantng the federal government the right to hire in high unemployment areas... to rebuild crumbling schools." Then she doubles down on that by calling for a federal jobs program to "prevent bridges from collapsing" and for "a return of the WPA" (to wild applause). She wraps up her stemwinder by stating that "If the private sector can't or won't (hire people) then it's time for the federal government to step in." (more wild applause).
Except, of course, it's not Sarah Palin with a call for a continuance and even an increasing of failed statist and Keynesian policies but rather it's luminaries such as Reps. John Conyers and Jan Schakowsky and Sarah sez regular, Nancy Pelosi.
These people are absolutely obsessed with bridges... always with the collapsing bridges! And with Schakowsky's call for a return of the WPA to the obvious delight of the crowd, we are reminded once again of the liberal-Left's glee in recalling the worst economic stretch of the country's history as somehow the good ol' days. They love themselves some Great Depression, now don't they?
And for a bonus round of Sarah sez:
We'd probably look a little (a lot?) foolish if cameras followed us around 24/7 but we suppose it's expecting a bit too much to ask for some balance in the gotcha wars.
H/T: The Blaze and Hot Air