Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Operation Rolling Blunder Increases Employment

in Canada.

President Obama is barnstorming the heartland to boost US jobs in a taxpayer-financed luxury bus the government had custom built -- in Canada, The Post has learned.

The $1.1 million vehicle, one of two that Quebec-based Prevost sold the government, has been tricked out by the Secret Service with state-of-the-art security features and creature comforts.

The feds bought the two coaches for $2.2 million from Hemphill Brothers Coach, based in Tennessee. It installed custom interior upgrades into the Prevost shell, which accounted for about half the cost.

The contract lists the country of origin as Canada and place of manufacture as "outside U.S. - Trade Agreements," a possible reference to the North American Free Trade Agreement.

I humbly suggest that Obama would better himself by seeking the presidency of Kenya Indonesia anywhere else Canada. He obviously has increased employment there and doesn't have a record (yet) of destroying Canada and its economy. Other than a loss for Canada it's a win-win for us.

Of course, Obama will have to start his campaign in Canada after his current presidential vacation on Martha's Vineyard, home to poor people, is over and then he can call his Rolling Blunder Bus campaign into Canada "Coming Home To Me."