V.P. Biden: 'Republicans are wildly out of step'

The Summer of Recovery Tour rolled into Chapel Hill, NC on Friday. Playing to crowd of some 200 at a DNC fundraiser, Joe Biden fired up the faithful with Bush bashing and tales of economic success. The V.P. reminded everyone how really bad the situation was when Obama came to power. The News-Observer reports.

"We stabilized the financial system," Biden said. "We were on the brink of a depression...We avoided a total economic meltdown."

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"There are three million [more] Americans working today than there were before we took office," Biden said.

Joe claimed that the Obama regime has already created more jobs than the Bush administration did during their entire eight year term, the V.P. also said that Obama's economic policies have "generated whole new industries." Biden took the opportunity to blast the GOP as being "wildly out of step" with the American people on a wide array of issues including financial regulation and health care reform.


As the Obama regime's Summer of Recovery crosses the nation to tout their enormously successful economic policies they may wish to consider adding a couple of extra stops, time permitting.


While Mr. Biden was telling the reality challenged contributors in North Carolina about the economic recovery, thousands of folks who didn't get to hear how much better things are under Obama were lined up at a Tulsa, OK food pantry. The Tulsa World reports.


The line started forming at 6:30 a.m. outside the food pantry, located on the south side of Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati Ave.

"We estimated there were 2,000 people here this morning," said Connie Cronley, executive director. "The heat, the crowd and the incorrect information they have received rendered in my judgment, a situation that was unsafe."

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"The need seems to be overwhelming, not only in Tulsa but in the surrounding towns."

Meanwhile further west in Reno, NV the police were meeting to develop new strategies to deal with the large numbers of homeless and panhandlers. The Reno Gazette Journal reports that downtown Reno is beginning to look awful.


Other business have reported that their customers are being pressed by aggressive panhandlers who are become more numerous during the Summer of Recovery.


Apparently the hard pressed folks in Tulsa, Reno and the majority of the country haven't got the message about our economic recovery yet. Many of them can clearly remember how "bad" times were during the Bush years, well maybe not so bad after all.



paboehmke@yahoo.com

The Summer of Recovery Tour rolled into Chapel Hill, NC on Friday. Playing to crowd of some 200 at a DNC fundraiser, Joe Biden fired up the faithful with Bush bashing and tales of economic success. The V.P. reminded everyone how really bad the situation was when Obama came to power. The News-Observer reports.

"We stabilized the financial system," Biden said. "We were on the brink of a depression...We avoided a total economic meltdown."

[...]

"There are three million [more] Americans working today than there were before we took office," Biden said.

Joe claimed that the Obama regime has already created more jobs than the Bush administration did during their entire eight year term, the V.P. also said that Obama's economic policies have "generated whole new industries." Biden took the opportunity to blast the GOP as being "wildly out of step" with the American people on a wide array of issues including financial regulation and health care reform.


As the Obama regime's Summer of Recovery crosses the nation to tout their enormously successful economic policies they may wish to consider adding a couple of extra stops, time permitting.


While Mr. Biden was telling the reality challenged contributors in North Carolina about the economic recovery, thousands of folks who didn't get to hear how much better things are under Obama were lined up at a Tulsa, OK food pantry. The Tulsa World reports.


The line started forming at 6:30 a.m. outside the food pantry, located on the south side of Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati Ave.

"We estimated there were 2,000 people here this morning," said Connie Cronley, executive director. "The heat, the crowd and the incorrect information they have received rendered in my judgment, a situation that was unsafe."

[...]

"The need seems to be overwhelming, not only in Tulsa but in the surrounding towns."

Meanwhile further west in Reno, NV the police were meeting to develop new strategies to deal with the large numbers of homeless and panhandlers. The Reno Gazette Journal reports that downtown Reno is beginning to look awful.


Other business have reported that their customers are being pressed by aggressive panhandlers who are become more numerous during the Summer of Recovery.


Apparently the hard pressed folks in Tulsa, Reno and the majority of the country haven't got the message about our economic recovery yet. Many of them can clearly remember how "bad" times were during the Bush years, well maybe not so bad after all.



paboehmke@yahoo.com

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