Adam Kinzinger. Jobs. Debt ceiling. Uncertainty. Economic future. Blah. Uncertainty. Jobs. Adam Kinzinger. Debt Ceiling. Uncertainty. Entitlements. Poor People. America. Kinzinger. Prosperity.
Which words poked through from that message?
Jobs? Debt Ceiling? Uncertainty?
Adam Kinzinger’s favorite meme (definition here) is that we have too much uncertainty in America and that’s why business are not creating jobs.
That’s cool. We totally get that, and we think it’s a valid point.
Adam Kinzinger may not understand what is really creating market uncertainty.
The economy is a fickle thing, and market certainty (and uncertainty) does not originate from one source. Heck, it was reported that the death of Osama Bin Laden might create global economic uncertainty.
So we didn’t create an exhaustive list of all the times Adam Kinzinger attacked Democrats, Debbie Halvorson, his home state of Illinois, or any one else for creating in his opinion uncertainty, but here’s a short list to help bolster our main thesis:
- Kinzinger claims President Obama’s agenda creates uncertainty.
- Kinzinger actually says “when it comes to the House now, who knows what is going to happen” – right after saying people are scared of uncertainty. Note, that’s the current GOP controlled House…
- If we default on the debt ceiling, we’ll see greater economic uncertainty – us paraphrasing Adam Kinzinger.
Okay, so we have Adam accusing the president and his own chamber for uncertainty, and lastly he acknowledges failure to raise the debt ceiling will and is creating uncertainty.
Now, from the Kankakee Daily Journal here is Adam Kinzinger’s staff stating that he’s still opposes raising the debt ceiling (a move he said will create uncertainty):
As Congress and President Barack Obama wrangle over the debt showdown in Washington, D.C., an aide to U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Manteno, told Beecher village officials during a meeting Monday that the congressman remains opposed to raising the debt ceiling.
Seth Jansen, Kinzinger’s Will County field representative, said Kinzinger is instead targeting entitlement and discretionary spending…
ICYMI, entitlement is the gentler way to talk about cutting Social Security and Medicare.
So Adam, you get those seniors!
And furthermore, continue talking about uncertainty whilst simultaneously contributing to that very same uncertainty.