Rush: Democrats Live in a ‘Cloistered World’

Thursday, 26 Apr 2012 01:25 PM

By Michelle Lopata

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Democrats are beside themselves after newly adjusted unemployment numbers show that the number of unemployed Americans is actually higher than previously reported.

This along with their failed performance during the oral arguments over Obamacare and the Supreme Court’s assumed support of the Arizona Immigration Law prove that things are not going the way the Democrats want them to and they do not know what to do, talk radio host Rush Limbaugh said.

“This is such a disaster of a presidency, such a disaster of an administration,” Limbaugh said Thursday. “The unemployment numbers are out today and the media is not even trying to cover this up anymore.”

“They put out numbers that were false and then a week later, when no one is looking, they revised the numbers and they are worse.”

AP reported Thursday that unemployment rose to 381,750, the highest number in three months. While Reuters reported that the previous week's unemployment figure was revised up to 389,000 from the previously reported 386,000.

On the other hand, Bloomberg reported that more Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week that previously projected.

“What happened?” asked Limbaugh. “A couple of weeks ago, the labor market was booming.”

“If businesses tried this, CEOs would be in jail or they certainly would be charged. If CEOs put out numbers that were never right, and a week later, when nobody was paying attention, they changed them and made them accurate, and therefore worse, the CEO would be in trouble.”

“59 out of the last 60 weeks, the unemployment number has been revised upward or gotten worse the week after it was released.”

To make matters worse for the Democrats, the fact that the Supreme Court has not only raised issue with Obamacare but now may also be in favor of the Arizona Immigration Law is shocking to the Democrats who “don’t know what hit them,” Limbaugh said.

“The media is beside itself over the government’s performance at the Supreme Court yesterday over the Arizona Immigration Law,” Limbaugh said.

“There’s nothing unconstitutional about the Arizona law. It should be allowed to stand. But the news media, all they can do is echo Obama and claim that enforcing the federal laws on immigration is mean.

“They are showing wide-eyed amazement that they displayed during the oral arguments over healthcare and they are gob smacked that the justices might actually uphold the Arizona law,” Limbaugh continued.

Democrats “live in such a cloistered world in and among themselves that they do not even consider that their world view might not occur.”



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