Friday was a glorious day. In fact and henceforth, I may refer to June 1 as critical mass day.
The economic numbers were wretched here and abroad. There was no spin. Those pointy head GE liberals on CNBC had to STFU. Their emperor it seems- had no clothes on.
That was the day, critical mass day, when the world got right again. That was the day when anybody with half a brain realized that we are facing a worldwide economic meltdown. Barack Obama, the black Jimmy Carter. Only Jimmy was a nice guy who didn't lie or talk nearly as much.
You know what cinched it for me? That ugly dog. I'm gonna say it right here on FG. Barack Obama has an ugly and useless dog. You've all been thinking it. There, I said it. A perfect fit.
They can't get away. You can't just whitewash the greatest fraud ever perpetuated. A world drowning in debt. A world where the crooks are in charge. That's the problem when you leave the crooks in charge. They steal your shit. On critical mass day, it was hard to ignore.
So with that horrible jobs report, oil and the DJIA went straight down. Again. It now appears that China, that big beacon of economic freedom, can no longer contain their propaganda or spin their numbers poetic either. Their economy is tanking badly. The buyers are broke-so it seems.
Obama got out in front on critical mass day. Said some stupid shit about "better days ahead." Really. I saw it on my Samsung TV. Made somewhere else.
Better days happens when somebody with a real plan to re-install the rule of law in this country- gets elected. Better days arrives when someone with real courage prosecutes the crooks and restores justice for those of us who took one for the team. Better days arrives when someone realizes- these bankers really are a bunch of thieves. Better days arrives when GE actually pays taxes. But mostly, better days happens when someone can figure out what to do with that 16 trillion in debt and that other 100 trillion due and payable in the next 20 years.
That makes worse days a cinch you see- because you just can't escape the problem by ignoring it and wishing it away. Hope and change won't buy you a cup of coffee.
It's going to be an interesting summer.