“So I want to encourage you to get in the game….As you all know, it's investments made now that will pay off as the economy rebounds. And as you hire, you know that more Americans working means more sales, greater demand, and higher profits for your companies. We can create a virtuous cycle.”
Okay, maybe “the virtuous cycle” doesn’t pay anything. But you’ve got to admit that helping the president “win the future” is a great way to spend your summer. Just think what this economy would look like if not for President Obama’s “laser-like” focus on job creation. Ensuring four more years of such brilliance is worth way more than mere money.
So college students of America, seize this opportunity! Help re-elect the president who has added over $3 trillion to the national debt and has heralded the nation’s 9.8 percent unemployment rate as “heading in the right direction.”
The economy might be bad now, but it’s bound to turnaround before you’re out of college and into the job market, right? Give President Obama four more years, and just see what the demand will be for your “Entertainment Engineering and Design”* degree. (*An actual college degree program.)
Hey, even if the economy still stinks after you graduate, you can bet the “Hillary 2016” campaign will be looking for volunteers. Just remember, the Democrats are always in need of “useful idiots.”
Enjoy your summer!
Kyle is founder of Education Action Group and EAGnews.org, a news service dedicated to education reform and school spending research, reporting, analysis and commentary.
He is co-author of Glenn Beck’s “Conform: Exposing the Truth About Common Core and Public Education,” available at Amazon.com.
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