OMG! John Boehner Calls For Resignation Of Entire Obama Economic Team

Tuesday, August 24, 2010 4 Comments

 I'm this many, how many are you?

Though Boehner doesn't say it any more specifically than anyone else's name, anyone else get the feeling he extra meant Geithner needs to GTFO?

WaPo:

[House Minority Leader John] Boehner said President Obama's team lacks "real-world, hands-on experience" in creating jobs that are needed for a full economic recovery. The Republican lawmaker cited reports that some senior aides complained of "exhaustion," including the recently departed budget chief Peter Orszag.

"President Obama should ask for - and accept - the resignations of the remaining members of his economic team, starting with Secretary Geithner and Larry Summers, the head of the National Economic Council," Boehner said in the morning speech to business leaders at the City Club of Cleveland. The mass dismissal, he added, would be "no substitute for a referendum on the president's job-killing agenda. That question will be put before the American people in due time. But we do not have the luxury of waiting months for the president to pick scapegoats for his failing 'stimulus' policies."

Scapegoats? What? Everyone knows Obama is busy picking stimulus MVPs! Geithner is in Obama's office as we speak rubbing that trophy, don't you know?!

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4 comments:

W.C. Varones said...

Pence calls for it too.

Boner blows goats but Pence is the real deal.

Anonymous said...

I have a finger for them!

Economicon said...

The photo and caption are f'ing hilarious! Thanks for the laugh.

beebsblog said...

Hi JDA,

The thing that grabs me about the unemployment situation is that government can only encourage private industry to create jobs. Businessmen and women look to today's future and see heavier taxes.

The way Timmy and Big BEN are printing money in DeeCee we might as well declare an income tax holiday for five years and see what happens.