Sweet pony pancakes, the Federal Reserve has gone insane. I would expect the free market boxheads maybe to be ratcheting the U6 with a socket S&P. Or squonking the concatenated APR. Maybe taken up with spell-checking the Ten Year Note, or what have you. But helping the economy? Talk about balls.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said the Federal Reserve’s latest policy shift amounts to a “bailout” of the economy under President Obama.
Well that tears it. This is Obama’s economy, and if the damned thing is about to crash well that’s his fault. So everybody stand back and make room for the crater. It’s just like your mother used to say, “If you don’t want to help some people, you can always hurt them.” Your mother would have loved Paul Ryan, the old bag.
Speaking at a campaign event in Oldsmar, Fla., Mitt Romney’s vice presidential candidate lambasted the Fed’s recent decision to try and do more to boost the economy as “sugar high economics.”
“We don’t need synthetic money creation. We need economic growth. We want wealth creation,” he said. “We don’t want to print money. We want opportunity and growth.”
That’s right. We want jobs. And money. Without all your Rubik’s boobery, or is that too much to ask? When Paul Ryan wants to run a 3-hour marathon, he quits after 15 miles. When Paul Ryan wants to climb 59 of America’s 48 tallest mountains, he climbs the same one. Over and over. It’s called “problem solving” buddy. Look it up, Library Face. Now give us a good economy, okay? Barring that, Paul Ryan THE END.