Saturday, October 20, 2012

Binders Full of Bullshit

Post-it Note from the Political Affairs Desk by B F Koch
ITITY 2012 Election Correspondent

The chameleonesque Cayman Island candidate and his mathematically incompetent running mate continue their leveraged buyout of the upcoming election by suppressing support for the other party while persuading business owners to invest in their cynical swindle.

Their counterfeit campaign promises to apply private sector expertise to our country’s economic recovery while the former vulture capitalist and aspiring CEO of USA Inc. callously calculates how much of America’s remaining assets he can surreptitiously strip.

Their fraudulent, 47% of the people don’t matter, numbers don’t have to add up, hostile soup kitchen takeover, pledges to repeal all policies, except those that would protect wealth extraction and provide a government accountable only to the play-by-their-own-rules, plutocratic 1%.

They have somehow managed to evade serious scrutiny, avoid all accountability, and put over their pretense of legitimacy, despite their say-anything-to-close-the-deal, sociopathic, dog-on-the-roof indifference to not only the concerns of the common citizen but the essential concept of a social contract.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

US Outsourcing Continues

Scribbled by E C Koch
ITITY Reports Analyst

New Haven, CT

In keeping with the post-industrial economic formula for optimum profitability, the latest report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has evidenced continued outsourcing from the United States.

Though many have contended with the BLS report’s suspect unemployment rate, there have, as yet, been no inquiries made concerning its outsourcing quotient.

As the BLS report describes, the outsourcing of US cognition reached an all-time high this September, likely reflecting the Democratic and Republican national conventions, and is expected to spike again in November.

While the report contends that Americans are thinking less than ever before, corresponding analyses show that the US, by coming ahead of the next thirty-seven countries combined, still maintains its rank as world-leader.