I have always lived by this motto: Brevity, that being an economical use of both words and pictures to succinctly illustrate a concept or idea, is the soul, or "essence" if you prefer, of wit, which is to say "humor" of a common sense nature. It reminds me of this Calvin Coolidge quote on the header over at Mr. Dart's place:
"You can't know too much, but you can say too much."
That said, and with as little rhetorical flourish of verboseness as possible, there is nothing in this American Thinker piece titled "Jobs Summit will not produce jobs" that I can paraphrase, blockquote, or in any other fashion give a fair representative sampling that does it justice. You. Must. Read.
After having solved the Afghanistan situation, Obama will now turn his full attention to his most critical objective - That being his tireless efforts on his reelection campaign. Recognizing that Americans are concerned with the economy and the escalating unemployment rate, Obama hopes to raise his poll numbers by giving the impression that he cares with today's jobs summit.
Will Obama try to appease his opponents by announcing a Capitalism Surge and invoke the free market principles of lower taxes and smaller government, only to pull out of capitalism all together in 18 months as a 4th quarter h/t to his base?
With these brainiacs working on the problem, what could possibly go wrong?