It’s Now Europe’s Fault

Ronald Reagan, George Bush, the Tea Party, the Republicans, the voters in general, British Petroleum, high prices, low prices, rich people, global warming, Sarah Palin, the Constitution, the doctors, the Middle East, the tzunami, the earthquake, Irene….

What do all these have in common?

They are all, in one way or another, guilty for Obama’s failures. Whenever confronted about the inability of his administration to solve even a single problem or to deliver even a single one of his promises, Obama had a ready target to point his finger to.

Now it’s Europe. It is “scaring the world” and therefore the economy doesn’t grow.

Europe is a country, you know. A very scary country, we should say. So scary that it scares the growth out of the American economy. Strange how it happens. Under previous presidents we used to subsidize that same Europe, and spend money on its defense, and the American economy still grew. (Not that I approve of either subsidizing it nor defending it, but it shows something.) We could buy Europe and sell it on the NYSE and the American economy wouldn’t even notice.

It takes one socialist like Obama, and Europe now is a very scary “country” to the American economy.

If we continue like this, if Obama wins another term, Zimbabwe would rise to the level of being a scary country too. And then Obama will blame Zimbabwe.

After that, the Solar System, probably. You know, that little scary asteroid that passes very close to Earth every year.