Sep
03
2012

#RSRH The OBAMA TRIANGLE.

Glenn Reynolds keeps using a variant of this graphic…

…to show the difference between administration promises about unemployment, and pesky reality, when it came to what was an almost-criminally oversold ‘stimulus’ program.  It’s a good graphic, but it needed something.

It needed… THE OBAMA TRIANGLE.

Somewhere in that yellow (the color of madness) sea of wrongness lies our jobs.  They are alone, forlorn, lost; and hope of rescue was likewise lost long ago.  Now all those trapped jobs pray for is the sweet, sweet oblivion of death and a forgetting… but death is a luxury, in the Obama Triangle.  There is only the eternal certitude of pain.

(pause)

Or something.  Blessed if I know why Barack Obama won’t swallow his pride and admit that he messed this one up, six ways from Sunday.  Postulating cosmic horror-style political-magical torture is the best that I can do to explain it, really.

Moe Lane

3 Comments

  • acat says:

    So .. wait. Our jobs went to Bermuda? Or is it Hawaii? Indonesia?

    I like the addition, Moe. This chart, among others, show why I’m expecting to be very contented indeed this Thanksgiving.

    Mew

  • Murgatroyd says:

    So .. wait. Our jobs went to Bermuda? Or is it Hawaii? Indonesia?
     
    Andromeda.
     
    Not that there’s anything wrong with that. You aren’t prejudiced against Grey people, are you?

  • Murgatroyd says:

    Somewhere in that yellow (the color of madness) sea of wrongness lies our jobs. They are alone, forlorn, lost; and hope of rescue was likewise lost long ago. Now all those trapped jobs pray for is the sweet, sweet oblivion of death and a forgetting… but death is a luxury, in the Obama Triangle. There is only the eternal certitude of pain.
     
    The President in Yellow?
     
    Blessed if I know why Barack Obama won’t swallow his pride and admit that he messed this one up, six ways from Sunday.
     
    Do you recall the press conference in (I think) summer 0f 2003 in which President George W. Bush was asked three times by three different “journalists” to name what he considered the biggest mistake of his administration? How do you think our Dear Leader would react to that question? (Well, besides saying that he should have given more speeches to enlighten the proletariat on what a wonderful job he was doing.)

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