The left in this country is fundamentally stupid

Author: Rory B. Bellows

I refuse to give these people the benefit of the doubt. Maybe they are well meaning, but we all know where the road paved with good intentions ends at. Their world view is utterly insane and it presents a clear and present danger to us all.

As evidence, I offer some quotes from this article about Corzine head of “economic development”, Gary Rose.

Here are the quotes of interest:

1. Rose said he was not spread too thin to be effective. He counts among his accomplishments creating the state’s first strategic plan on economic growth, establishing a multi-agency economic council and contributing to the state’s energy master plan

2.Senate President Richard Codey (D-Essex), who publicly clashed with Rose, said the task of creating jobs is too big for one person — suggesting a “triumvirate” of the governor, the treasurer and a commerce commissioner. Corzine eliminated the state Commerce Commission in his latest budget.

“There’s nothing wrong with having a jobs czar, but that’s not what he was sent out to do,” said Codey, who said Rose spent too much time as a “troubleshooter” for Corzine.

As to the first bit from the article, the man justifies his job by claiming the creation of an economic central plan and government agency as legitimate accomplishments. You know who had a strategic plan on economic growth? Joe Stalin. If these people were not so dangerous it would be laughable. Here you have the Governor’s head economic guy bragging about some government plan and agencies he created while the state last 16,000 jobs in the first half of 2008. Way to go, Gary. If Bud Light still ran those real men of genius ads, they would run one about you.

Now to the second quote, how crazy is it that someone thinks jobs will not be created unless some bozo in government says so? We have “jobs czars” whose duty it is to create jobs. They used to be called entrepreneurs.


1 Response to “The left in this country is fundamentally stupid”

  1. 1 larrys September 21, 2008 at 11:17 pm

    You know, it takes a special brand of ignorance to presume that you are always right, and the guys who think differently than you are always wrong. But, then again, you can’t help it. You’ve been trained as a Republican.

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