09 June 2009

I just don't get it

Pravda in Russia is saying "America is running towards marxism at an alarming speed". The EU is shifting to the right, France and Germany are saying our economic policies are dangerous and will not work. We almost lost our triple-A credit rating. Our main debter, china is worried that they will be unable to collect this huge debt of ours. Supreme dictators Chavez and Castro are saying Obama makes them look like "conservatives" in comparison. The government now owns the banks, housing, auto, and wallstreet.

Obama and his party of miscreants continually blame bush for this economy. "they inherited it". Now according to Obama himself, FDR didn't do enough, didn't spend enough. So they spent 4 1/2 times the amount bush spent with his TARP money. And the country is still messed up and is not going to get better in the immediate future. Using their logic of spending, why are they bashing bush?. He did the very same thing they did. The only difference being, he didn't spend enough. So bush was trying to save the economy also. Right?. Of course not, he's an evil republican, and Obama is a benevelent democrat. I've laid this all out there, mainly because I just don't get it. How is it that those who voted for Obama still believe his BS, still believe that he's some kind of savior?. What prevents them from seeing the basic truth that is in front of them?. Do they not realize a rising tide lifts all boats. That the freebies they receive will not benefit them in the end. When the price of everything goes up because of, in this case "super- inflation, their meesly $1000 a month plus foodstamps will be worthless. That they will stay poor for the rest of their lives. Is it worth it, just to see Obama and democrats stick it to the "rich". Governments pockets get lined with this money, government lives like the rich, off the rich. You peasants will never see any of that money in an amount that will change your circumstances. So I ask again, why do you put soo much "blind faith" in this man as your savior?.

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