|Nasty... don't mean a thing.|
Oh yeah, he said it.
The counterintuitive comments came tumbling out of his mouth as he introduced EPA chief Ms. Lisa Jackson:
President Barack Obama said that EPA regulations are good for the economy and create jobs and that the agency "touches" the lives of every American every day.Touches the lives of every American? Well, yeah, yeah... what a minute! What a minute!! Those regulations are forcing people to comply. Forcing, Mr. President. Thus, the EPA is costing businesses to spend their resources, not on producing their product and being competitive, but on complying with Lisa Jackson's EPA.
"I don't like no nasty girl.
I don't like no nasty food.
The only nasty thing I like
Is a nasty groove.
Nasty... don't mean a thing.
Cause privacy is my middle name.
My last name is control.
No, my first name ain't baby.
It's Lisa... Ms. Jackson if you're nasty."
And now... back to our president:
“We can make sure that we are doing right by our environment and, in fact, putting people back to work all across America. When we put in place new common-sense rules to reduce air pollution, we create new jobs building and installing all sorts of pollution-control technology,” Obama said.What a moron.