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Betrayed again!

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Conservative Corner, Democrats, Economy, Obama, Republicans, RINOs | Posted on 09-04-2011

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This has to be some of the most ridiculous rhetoric I’ve seen come from our government in decades. I can’t think of the last time I’ve heard such garbage.


Both sides have played the American people once again. It’s as if we’re supposed to say, “Ooh! Thank God our saviors in Congress reached a last second deal.” And we’re all supposed to fall at their feet, worshiping these nad-less, worthless people because they compromised and once more brought of from the brink of destruction! Just like Barack Hussein Obama did by virtue of his election.


Do they really think they are fooling anyone? Out of almost $4 TRILLION, they managed to save our nation by whacking $38.5 billion? And hell would have come to earth if they saved another $1.5 billion? Let’s just think about this for a second . . . $38.5 billion is roughly 1 per cent of the budget Obama submitted.


Do these people really expect us to believe $.99 out of every dollar they spend is spent well?


This all began because a gaggle of cowardly politicians did not want to risk losing seats in the last election. Democrats could have (and should have) passed this budget last year. The gutless Republicans have enabled them.


I hear next week Congress will order the mass murder of 120 million Americans. The talking points of both parties will be… “Hey, we spared you, right? You should be thanking us.”


At that point, Jim Moron…er…Moran, the Democrat from Virginia, will give a speech entitled, “Shut up and sit down or we’ll bury you too.”


Want to learn about the Constitution?

Cash for Comrades

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Democrats, Economy, Obama | Posted on 03-08-2009

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Some men will sell their souls for anything. It appears many Americans are selling their souls for $4,500 when they trade in an old vehicle.

I know many good Americans, capitalists even, will ask, “What’s the harm in exploiting the system?”

Make no mistake. No one getting one of these wonderful (yes that’s sarcasm) cash-for-clunkers deals is exploiting the system. The system is exploiting their desires for something more–something better. The cash for clunkers program  should be called cash for comrades, because acceptance of this style of wealth redistribution is nothing short of acquiescence to Obama’s brand of socialism. Need a new car? Don’t worry if you can’t afford it. We’ll make your neighbors subsidize you.

With socialized medicine on the table and government control of the financial sector, what comes next? Shall we have cash for oinkers? Perhaps the government can pay every person who buys a hotdog $2 to make sure Oscar Mayer gets its fair share from rich and healthy people. What about cash for bloggers? Every person who reads should be taxed an extra $1,500 with the money being distributed to bloggers who do not have the following Michelle Malkin has and–who naturally–refuse to criticize or examine Obama’s agendas.

There is but one reason why we have a cash for clunkers program. It is not intended to help the small dealers make money. Nor is it in place to jump start the economy. The cash for clunkers program is a petrie dish in which Obama and the neosocialists in Congress can grow new comrades.

Obama knows Americans clinging to freedom and liberty are like frogs. If you toss a frog into a pot of boiling water, the frog will leap out. But, if you put the frog in tepid water and turn up the heat, he will remain until he is boiled alive. So too is socialism in America. Should Obama declare these United States socialist tomorrow, the sound would wake the nation and cause us to leap at revolution. But turn the heat up slowly, migrate us from the gentle waters of freedom into the roiling turbulence of socialist slavery by modest degrees, and many will attempt to adjust their core temperature until they die. Then, no one will be left to revolt.

“Too big to fail” code for “I’m a socialist.”

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Economy | Posted on 27-07-2009

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Ben Bernanke, the boss of the US central bank, has defended the US bail-out plan citing his fears of a second Great Depression, during a public talk.

“I was not going to be the Federal Reserve chairman who presided over the second Great Depression”, he said at an event in Kansas.

Helping finance firms as part of the $700bn (£424bn) stimulus plan had benefitted the wider economy, he said.

He added that more regulation was needed so no firm was too big to fail.

You can read the full article above at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/8170577.stm

Here’s the problem I have. No company is every too big to fail. This ridiculous term is anathema to capitalism and liberty. Think about it this way. In the 1850′s, there were companies making buggies. They are no longer around. And what of the largest manufacturer of horse whips, gas lamps, kerosene lamps, etc.

Move ahead to the Alena Steam Car or the Abbott-Detroit autos.

Liberals love to talk about and believe in evolution: eveolution of the species, evolution of society, even an evolutionary Constitution. But when it comes to companies, there is no evolution? Come on. Survival of the fittest says some companies need to die out. They won’t go completely extinct. They will be parceled and sold most likely. This trimming is the best and only way to turn a worthless, unprofitable company like GM–with its greedy union mobsters–into a worthwhile investment.

We can also apply the old maxim, necessity is the mother of invention. Were we to allow these titans to fall beneath the weight of their own lard, someone else would no doubt come along and fill the void. Perhaps 3 or 4 or 12 someone elses. A hundred years ago, there were no televisions or stereos. Now, we have DVDs, wide screen plasma sets, CDs, and satellite radios. Curiously, we are still using the same internal combustion technology for autos.

As long as our pathetic government mollycoddles morons in Detroit (or lsewhere), telling them they are too big to fail, there will be no real invention.

But none of this is about being “too big to fail.” It’s about the government believing the American public is too small and too stupid to stop them from taking away more rights and liberties. Like stare decisis is code for “I support Roe v Wade,” too big to fail is code for “I support socialism and government control of everyone else’s life.”

Must See: GM & Chrysler new logos

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Economy, Humor, Obama | Posted on 31-05-2009

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Tomorrow, GM and Chrysler will unveil their new logos. We got a sneak peek. Here they are.

 

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That’s right. GM will now be OM or Obama Motors.

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And Chrysler is honoring the messiah also. They will now be AntiChrystler.

Chains we can believe in

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Economy, Obama | Posted on 29-05-2009

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Marie Antoinette had “Let them eat cake.”

King Obama has “Chains you can believe in.”

For all King Obama rails against short-sighted CEOs and shareholders who sought quick profits, remarkably, he does the same exact thing. His stimulation of the economy is nothing more than a massaging of our pockets to work the wallets out without us feeling it. But, like a magician uses sleight-of-hand, so too does our ferocious king (who according to some reports pulled a sword from a stone after he resurrected himself).

As one hand massages our backsides, some of us coo and purr, enjoying the petting. Others of us focus on the wallet mysteriously rising out of the pocket. And while we concentrate on these things, Magical King Obama’s other hand slips the bonds of slavery around our ankles. The King’s loyal subjects will point out he is no fool. He is an Ivy League educated prince. So, one must conclude the King is not a floundering dimwit trying to dig his way out of the ocean with a pitchfork. Instead, he is a cunning and calculating idealogue. Like the CEOs and capitalists he despises, King Obama works for a quick profit. His dividends will come in the form of political purchase power and personal credit. Just as the most abominable CEOs burdened their successors with cooked books and faltering corporations, so too King Obama burdens future generations to reap his bonuses.

There is one major difference between King Obama and the bad CEOs. Men like Bernie Madoff bilked millions out of willing participants. King Obama uses a gun and a prison to force everyone to invest in his ridiculous Ponzi schemes. Yes, these are Ponzi schemes. Here’s a quick definition:

A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation that pays returns to investors from their own money or money paid by subsequent investors rather than from any actual profit earned.

Forcing 100 million working families to invest in Government Motors (GM) would be bad enough. But King Obama’s plans so far have been more diabolical. He must first print the money and further indenture America to foreign powers. King Obama’s royal jesters, the UAW and other unions, profit while he garners the “returns” from “subesequent investors” (or in this case future taxpayers–the youth of today).

There are only two options facing Americans today. We can let some corporations fail or we can watch America fail. There is no middle ground here. By laboring to satisfy his Marxist friends, Obama is like a surgeon who injects cyanide into a patient so the man on the table will not feel when the good doctor removes the ingrown toenail. In my estimation, Obama’s cure is worse than the malady. The only thing worse than his working to enslave us is the enslaving of future generations through debt. An entire generation of under18′s and countless generations of unborns are being taxed without representation.

Obama’s Hidden October Agenda

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Democrats, Economy, Humor, Obama | Posted on 23-05-2009

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This sounds accurate. Poor children.

Why is it that in Obamanomics the ruling class (government) and their stooges (GE, unions, movie stars, and the media) get to keep whatever they have and the non-ruling class are called to sacrifice?

Shouldn’t reason dictate before Obama and his socialist buddies demand everything from everyone else, they set an example and surrender everything they have first?

Obama seeking more spending

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Economy | Posted on 07-05-2009

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WASHINGTON (AP) — In twin strokes, President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to award generous budget increases to domestic programs while proposing relatively modest cuts to wasteful or obsolete programs that just won’t seem to die.

Officials said Wednesday that Obama’s promised line-by-line scrub of the federal budget had produced a roster of 121 budget cuts totaling $17 billion — or about one-half of 1 percent of the $3.4 trillion budget Congress has approved for next year. The details were being unveiled Thursday.

It appears King Obama the I, who seeks to reduce us to slavery by way of debt, is forging more chains.

According to the article, one of the programs he suggested cutting, was funding to help several states locate and remove illegal aliens. GW, the liberal in a conservative sportcoat, also tried to cut the same funding.

I have a radical idea for King Obama and Congress. This may sound wild, but try this.

If you’re trying to balance the budget and get us out of debt. Make all the cuts first. Once you have a surplus of money, you can spend a portion (not all…just part) of that surplus on your socialist and marxist programs.

Fed kicks Americans when they’re down

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Economy | Posted on 25-04-2009

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When Bank of America’s chief Kenneth Lewis tried to walk away from the deal for Merrill Lynch due to $15 billion in unclaimed, bad debt, the Federal Reserve threatened to replace him, the board, and management at BoA if he did so. According to his testimony, he knew the deal was bad for shareholders–since they would see $15 billion evaporate as soon as he signed, but he succumbed to the pressure.

Naturally, the Fed denies any wrongdoing. According to one article, a spokesman for the Fed said, “By referring to the Fed’s supervisory powers, Paulson intended to deliver a strong message reinforcing the view … that it would be unthinkable that Bank of America take this action for which there was no reasonable legal basis and which would show a lack of judgment.”

Call me a conspiracy loon if you will, but more and more, I am beginning to think the current economic situation is fabricated. Just look how swiftly everyone charged in, stealing our liberties and forever altering our mode of government. In a matter of a few months we went from a (basically) democratic government to a democratic socialism…heavy on the socialism and light on the democracy. The worst thing is, millions of Americans have welcomed this ushering in of socialism. Bush started it and Obama packaged it up as some shiny change we can believe in.

Forget investigating the lawyers and CIA. Let’s start investigating the Fed, Congress, Carter, Clinton, Bush, and Obama for their parts in fiddling with the economy and bringing us this “crisis.” For some reason, Rahm “the fish man” Emmanuel’s words keep ringing in my ear. Something about never letting a good crisis go to waste and doing things you would never have been able to do otherwise.

Start Trials Here

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Economy | Posted on 24-04-2009

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If I were a dictatorial socialist with an evil plan to conquer Americans and draw them under the chains of my despotism, I would devise a plan whereby my ministry of propaganda could disseminate invidious information through their various outlets like CNN, CBS, etc.

I would further enhance my stronghold on the poor by fostering class envy. I would even win some people to my side by creating a common enemy.

Indeed, I would encourage someone on the Senate Banking Committee to include language that stated executives could receive their bonus pay. Then, I would look down from my throne at my unworthy subjects and point out to them how the evil bourgeois members of society stole from them; how as my subjects go hungry, the executives eat well and drive SUV murder machines.

Yes, I would pull an AIG.

That’s where we should begin the trials. Leave the CIA alone. Let us investigate whether the Executive branch violated the checks and balances of the Constitution by pressuring the Legislative branch to create a situation whereby they could target and demonize sovereign citizens of the United States. While we’re at it, we should investigate the entire Senate Banking Committee and the Financial Services Committee. Who did Barney Frank know and when did he know him? And what part did Frank’s romance play in the economic situation?

Rather than worrying about what might have happened to a handful of murderous terrorists at the hands of American heroes, Congress should step aside and allow an independent body to investigate their trillions of crimes against the American people.

Geithner Follows His Messiah

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Economy | Posted on 22-04-2009

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Timothy Geithner has followed the of the messiah, Barack Hussein Obama.

In a speech to the Economic Club of Washington, Geithner said:

We bear a substantial share of the responsibility for [the global economic crisis.] . . . Although this crisis in some ways started in the United States, it is a global crisis.

Whew! Thank God (or is it “Thank Obama” these days?) someone else is stepping up and laying blame for the world’s woes at the feet of the horrible, evil Americans.

Geithner went on to say something I found rather stupid. He said:

Never before in modern times has so much of the world been simultaneously hit by a confluence of economic and financial turmoil such as we are now living through.

Perhaps I am being picky, maybe it is because my grandparents and dad (who is still alive) told me their stories, but is the Depression now considered ancient? As far as I can tell, what is happening now is nowhere near as bad as what took place in the 30′s.

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