Snitch #8: The man at the top, redux
Ahh the joys of a late night at home working on work, almost keeping you away from necessary bits of blogging.
Tonight's snitch is an indirect expansion on last nights.
From: Brendan Grant
Sent: Thursday, August 13, 2009 12:00 AM
Subject: Why does the President continue to misrepresent his (perceived) allies?
While there is certainly plenty of fishy things floating around out there (like Levi Johnson being seen in public with Kathy Griffin (who knew she was that desperate?))... it is far more fishy the mounting evidence that our Dear Leader has once again misrepresented his perceived allies.
First we are told by the President that if the stimulus bill passes that Caterpillar will be able to re-hire some of its recently laid off workers, only to be later contradicted by the CEO of the very same company.
Later we have the President suggesting that doctors are eager to remove peoples tonsils because of the money they’ll make... only to be challenged by the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery.
Still not deterred by what others may think... this week he once again proclaimed that if said legislation passed, fewer limbs would be amputated because of the cost benefits to the doctor, and yet the next day, the American College of Surgeons says otherwise.
Seems... fishy. One would think that after so many unsuccessful casts into the lake that our Dear Leader would try a different lake... or perhaps a different type of bait.