Friday, April 19, 2013

You Said

During his confirmation hearing for Secretary of Labor, Thomas Perez admitted a more accurate assessment of the job market would consider the unemployed who have stopped looking for jobs and those who have settled for part-time work.

“In that sense, it understates the unemployment rate”

With those factors added in, the Bureau of Labor Statistics found the jobless rate nearly doubles to 13.8 percent.

Perez is taking heat for his time as the head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division.

CommieTommie Harkin came to his defense by saying -- 

“I think the evidence clearly shows that you acted ethically and appropriately at all times”

If CommieTommie thinks you've acted ethically, you might be a scumbag and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Closer to home, Senate Majority Leader Mike Gronstal (Dummycrat) asked his colleagues, according to Radio Iowa, to “quit posturing” and lecturing one another.

However, it looks like the total quote is quite a bit less statesmanlike --  

“Now is not the time for lines in the sand. I could put 100 lines in the sand today. There have been a lot of crazy ideas come over from the House and, from their perspective, there have probably been two or three crazy ideas from the Senate. It’s time for people to quit posturing.” 

Do as I say, not as I do doo.

Stand up straight Gronstal, your posture is leaning to the left.


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