The logical course of action would be to investigate where all the so-called stimulus money went. But that would uncover the massive scam pulled off by Obama and the Democrats.
So let’s spend some more money. That should solve things.
President Obama told corporate leaders Wednesday he was embarrassed by U.S. infrastructure that was “falling behind” countries like China who spent aggressively on construction projects.
“I’d much rather have our problems than China’s problems. That I’m confident about. On the other hand, the one thing I will say is if they need to build some stuff, they can build it,” the president said during a Q-and-A with members of the Business Roundtable. “And over time, that wears away our advantage competitively. It’s embarrassing. You know, you drive down the roads and you look at what they’re able to do.”
There you go from the deepest thinker of our time: Build stuff.
The president said that during his recent trip to China, world leaders worked out of a building that “probably put most of the conference centers here to shame.”
“They had built it in a year,” he continued. “Now, you got an authoritarian government, you know, that isn’t necessarily accountable. I understand we’re not going to do that. But if they’re able to build their ports, their airports, their smart grid, their air traffic control systems, their broadband systems with that rapidity and they’re highly superior to ours, over time that’s going to be a problem for us.”
This government is accountable? OK, then, tell us where that stimulus money went. We’ll be waiting.