Monday, June 4, 2012



Wow, she must have been really good at her job. 
At the top right hand corner of page 17 of the New York Post, January 24, 2009, was a column entitled, "Replacing Michelle" in the National Review, The Week. 

Here it is as it appeared: 

"Some employees are simply irreplaceable. Take Michelle Obama: The University of Chicago Medical Center hired her in 2002 to run 'programs for community relations, neighborhood outreach, volunteer recruitment, staff diversity and minority contracting'. 

In 2005 the hospital raised her salary from $120,000 to $317,000 - nearly twice what her husband made as a Senator. 

Her husband, Barack Obama, had just become a U.S. Senator. He requested a $1 million "Earmark" for the UC Medical Center. Way to network, Michelle! 

Now that Mrs. Obama has resigned, the hospital says her position will remain unfilled. How can that be, if the work she did was vital enough to be worth $317,000? 

Let me add that Michelle's position was a part-time, 20-hours-a-week job. 
20hrs. X 52 weeks = 1,040 hours per year 
$317,000 divided by 1,040 hours = $304.80 per hour. 

My thoughts: How did this bit of "quid pro quo" (scratch my back - I'll scratch yours) corruption escape the sharp reporters that dug through Sarah Palin's garbage and kindergarten files? 

I hope this is forwarded so many times that the media will HAVE to cover it.. 

Recession is when your neighbor loses his job. 

Depression is when you lose your job. 

Recovery is when Obama loses his job--Let's make it happen!
 Hat tip to Don H!

"Unlimited tolerance must lead to the disappearance of tolerance. If we extend unlimited tolerance even to those who are intolerant, if we are not prepared to defend a tolerant society against the onslaught of the intolerant, then the tolerant will be destroyed, and tolerance with them." - Karl Popper

 “It’s the presumption that Obama knows how all these industries ought to be operating better than people who have spent their lives in those industries, and a general cockiness going back to before he was president, and the fact that he has no experience whatever in managing anything. Only someone who has never had the responsibility for managing anything could believe he could manage just about everything.” - Thomas Sowell in Reason Magazine