#rsrh White House loses embarrassingly unemployed engineer’s resume?

Hey, remember that woman who complained to the President that her engineer husband couldn’t find a job?  Yeah, her: well, Obama apparently told her to have her husband send in a resume to the White House.  But guess what happened?

Yup.  It turns out that the White House doesn’t have a clue about what the status is on that resume!


That muffled clanking that you’re hearing, right now?  That’s from the attempts of Lich-Senator Edward Moore Kennedy to break free of the triple-forged cold steel and silver chains that hold his undead husk immobile in his tomb, so that he may burst forth and beat Barack Obama senseless with a ceremonial burial teleprompter for being this bad at such a simple act of constituent services.

I mean.  Good God.  Isn’t there anybody over there that can play this game?


  • qixlqatl says:

    The problem isn’t so much the tin ears, but the anvil head to which they are attached….. :/

  • dunce says:

    Nobody in this administration has had a private sector job so they do not know what a resume’ looks like. They got their jobs as appointments because they knew somebody. They probably thought it was a position paper not an application for a position.

  • DanB says:

    Why would they be any good at constituent services? At what point in his career was he ever asked to perform any constituent services?

  • earlgrey says:

    All I could hear in the press conference was a desparate need to get off the topic and an apathetic tone permeating throughout. The guy and his boss really don’t seem to care about out-of-work engineers.

  • NotSoBlueStater says:

    I predict he’s STILL going to find this guy a job, and get major media props for it. This specific incident is, as they say, a glitch. The question is: What happens after that? Do people start sending their resumes to the White House for placement services?

  • NotSoBlueStater says:

    BTW, I’m not 100% sure I want a president who is good at constituent services. I want a manager. Bigger fish to fry and all of that.

  • Phil Smith says:

    NSBS, I’ll bet you that they get the Wurzelbacher treatment instead.

  • qixlqatl says:

    Looks like it got ‘memory holed’ instead?

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