Honestly, the BBC’s refusal to countenance the serial failure of Obama’s policies just continues in every manifestation imaginable. This afternoon they intone, “Instability on the stock markets has continued, despite better-than-expected US jobs figures.Now I’m not sure what the BBC was expecting from the USA but the 9.1% unemployment rate is just about what everybody has been predicting over the past few days. I’m not sure where the BBC gets the idea that it was going higher than the 9.2% it had stood at last month? Given Obama’s multi-billion €€€ stimulus, this is a hopeless performance and yet through the prism of the BBC, Obama has come to the aid of the global economy and STILL those pesky markets will not give him the recognition, nay adulation, the BBC thinks he deserves. In 2012, vote Obama, got it?

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8 Responses to "BETTER THAN EXPECTED"?

  1. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Fast food joints are hiring.  Result better than expected!  The BBC thinks everything is someone else’s fault, never His.  The Tea Party “pushed Him off His agenda”, remember, and not reality.  Mardell says He’s still thinking about how to create jobs, yet the hundreds of billions of “Stimulus” cash didn’t help, and only added to the debt.  What do the Beeboids think He’s been doing?

    Nothing is His fault, ever.  For the last two and a half years, the BBC’s reporting on His success can be summed up this way:

    For the Son of Man in his day will be like the lightning, which flashes and lights up the sky from one end to the other. But first he must suffer many things and be rejected by this generation.  (Luke 17:24-25)

    If He loses in 2012, well, let’s just say that Paul was kinder to the Israelites who rejected Jesus in favor of Barabus than the BBC will be to the American people.


  2. Glen Slagg says:

    <blockquote>Earlier, the EU’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner, Olli Rehn, said he thought the movements were “incomprehensible” and “not justified by the economic fundamentals”, particularly in Italy and Spain, the latest focus of investors’ concerns.</blockquote>

    Incomprehensible? Er….what? Oh yes, anyone who gets their news solely from the BBC would find it incomprehensible – I mean, everything is going fine in Europe just now, isn’t it?


  3. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Jesus, Esler is talking to the former editor of the Financial Times, and started off by asking if this wasn’t in part due to a “failure in leadership, particularly in Europe”.  This was the cue for the guy to say that yes, the problem is that some people in Germany are stopping Merkel from bailing out Spain and Italy.

    “Is there anything that the politicians can do that would help us?” asks Esler.  Yes, comes the reply, European leaders “are going to have to take bold steps in the next few months”.

    Whatever that means.  Austeriy?  Nah.


  4. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Oh, dear.  Even the HuffPo is on His case about this.  I guess this is why Mark Mardell allowed that the President was “yet again” focusing on jobs in His speech after signing the debt deal.

    Why can’t the BBC North America editor be honest and tell you something like this?  What’s the point of him?


  5. David vance says:

    The BBC meme is that Merkel has to save the day and bail out the world and it’s high time Germans stopped being so selfish! The economic analysis from the BBC is surreal,


  6. Cassandra King says:

    If the POTUS happened to be a Republican you can be sure the BBC would not be so ready to put on the rose tinted specs. Better than expected uemployment figures? Tell that to the unemployed unable to find real work, they may not see the joke.

    Rabidly pro euroslime and fanatically pro democrat, the BBC just cannot allow the truth to be told can they? Their carefully constructed blind zone, a place where reality is hidden would be shattered by telling the truth. The policies followed by O’Bama have been a gigantic failure, with a super majority for two years he pushed through policies that led directly to 9.1% unemployment, as he himself said “the buck stops here”. But to admit that the fabricated illusion crafted by the BBC would fall apart and so the BBC continues to cover their fabricated reality with yet more fabrications and covers each more shaky and unbelievable than the last, its like the old granny painting ever more makeup on her face in denial of her aging, in the end the face becomes a gross parody of a face.

    The president of the USA took the final last chance for the USA to save itself, the desperate measure of a borrowed stimulus. And it was utterly squandered by imbeciles who know nothing about wealth creation, they know how to spend and boy did they spend and boy did the BBC report it as Godlike brilliance. Three years of stupidity, theological intolerance, political prejudice and a bumbling incompetence that makes the keystone cops look slick. Yet the BBC cannnot admit any of this, that their idol has feet of clay, that while he spent his formative years as a community organiser he only learned how to destroy and tear down the work of others, how to extort their own way by means of the rent a rabble demonstrations.

    But the BBC position gets worse because after years of slavish pro EU propaganda, years of hiding the truth about the EUs stunning failures they simply cannot tell the truth about the EU, how they alone are the authors of this current disaster. the list of bumbling ineptitude, massive endemic corruption. So the BBC has now painted itself into a corner of its own making, all the lies and all the deceptions and manipulations have merely created a web from which there is no escape but to tear down the fabricated illusion they have worked so hard to create.

     The funny thing, the real funny thing is that universtity cod Marxism has dug a grave for us all which we are surely going to inhabit together. A childish perversion of an evil creed taken up in universties around the free world and pimped by so called academics to spoiled middle class brats has led directly to the mess we are in now. Remember those self centered jerk offs of the 60s/70s, well their bodies grew up but their minds didnt.


  7. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Now he tells us.

    Jay Carney:  “Well, the White House doesn’t create jobs.”

    Mark Mardell and the rest of the BBC staff covering the US were unavailable for comment.  They can, however, give you up-to-the-minute details on the President’s rectal temperature.