Layoff Bomb Continues: Social Media Traffic Reflects Grim Job Outlook

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It seems that the layoff bomb continues.  Here is a screencap from Twitchy.

The main article has even more, so check it out.

More and more people are losing their jobs, and it doesn’t appear to be slowing.  The question is, how long before the media covers it, and what spin will they use to cover for the Obama Administration?

NOTE:  The tweets shown above are as is, I can make no claim to their veracity.  It is, after all, the internet.  However, I see little benefit to lying about these things.

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Leftist Meme for Layoff Bomb, Anything but Obama’s Policies!

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As the layoff bomb continues, it might be a good idea to take a look at the probable reaction from the left.  For this one, I think it will rather simple.  It’s all going to be variations on the leftist classic…

It’s ALWAYS something or someone else’s fault.  

Remember that no matter what happened in Obama’s first term, it was Bush’s fault?  Or maybe even a tsunami?  Or perhaps ATM machines?  It doesn’t matter how bad the liberals fail, the fault always lies elsewhere.

This is not  new.  The communists made an art form out of it.  Remember this from Yuri Bezmenov?

The Soviet system didn’t work.  Making people slaves on collective farms didn’t work, so being leftists, they had to blame someone else.  Then, they had to explain away the lack of evidence for their claims.  Sounds rather familiar, doesn’t it?

We could also talk about how the Soviet rhetoric about the US reeks of claims about Conservatives by liberals, but that is a post for another day.

So, for right now, the blame will be placed on the owners of the businesses for trying to stay in business. If the layoff bomb continues at a brisk rate, the blame will become more shrill, and there might even be moves to punish business owners.  Only time  will tell, but I’ll be around to cover it.

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