Shorter Obama: ‘Pass my non-existent bill. Now."

President Barack Hussein Obama cajoled Congress into assembling for a joint session on September 8, and then subjected them to a campaign lecture.

Desperate to have Americans think he can something about the stagnant US economy, Obama and his minions pretended that he worked on an actual plan to create jobs during his swanky Martha’s Vineyard vacation. But sane people know that government doesn’t create any jobs – it just spends money. Money that Obama eagerly borrows from communist China.

During his stump speech, he pointed his finger repeatedly at members of Congress, and insisted that they pass his “jobs bill” immediately:

Only trouble is, no such jobs bill exists.

Ever the lazy community organizer, Obama did the same thing with ObamaCare and the recent so-called debt ceiling crisis, berating Congress to pass legislation, but leaving them with the bothersome task of writing it. An important clarification: Congressional staffers, lobbyists, and convicted felons actually authored the ObamaCare language, and Congressional Democrats passed the bill without ever bothering to read it.

Like everything else Obama has done as President, his non-existent “jobs bill” idea is another spread-the-wealth-around, big-government spending scheme. And like everything else Obama has done, it should be soundly rejected.

President Obama works constantly on jobs, killing them by the millions

Updated 17 August 2012

President Obama has consistently claimed since being inaugurated that he works constantly on jobs. Or that he’s about to “pivot” to working on jobs.

That leads us to conclude that he must be working to destroy jobs, because that is the only result so far. More than three years into his administration, millions of Americans are still out of work.

Our official unemployment rate has hovered near 10%, with many claiming the real number is closer to 20%. Our national debt is soaring, the Federal government is growing exponentially, businesses say they aren’t hiring. Obama policies have stifled economic growth at every opportunity.

We realize it’s tough to listen to our Prevaricator in Chief, but, if you can stand it, here it is in his own words, and in the words of his minions:

Deja Vu?

Hat tip to our friend Prudence Paine. You can follow @PruPaine on Twitter.