Friday, February 29, 2008

E Pluribus Handout
Fear Mongering 101

Professor Obama is holding class again. Anyone remember the BO victory speech when he won the South Carolina primary? Remember that drum he kept beating that resonated with so many on the brain-dead Left? You know... his constant braying about how sooooooo many Americans are unable to pay their mortgages. "...or a mortgage they cannot pay."

"...and put [money] in the pockets of struggling homeowners who are having a tough time."
And in a Feb 13, 2008 speech in Janesville, Wisconsin;

"We’d also help those who are facing closure refinance their mortgages so they can stay in their homes. And I’d provide struggling homeowners relief by offering a tax credit..."

"Since so many who are struggling to keep up with their mortgages..."
OK, I'm thoroughly frightened to death. THAT many folks are losing their homes, 'eh? Yep... times are tough, but are they really THAT tough?

Apparently not. The Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson just reported to the nation that 93 percent of all mortgages are being paid on time and that less than 2 percent are in foreclosure.

But you'd never know that if you listened to Barack Hussein Obama.

And I thought I'd throw in a bit of an article that I found on The Asia Times via The Brussels Journal. The unflappable Spengler nails it!! Be afraid – be very afraid. America is at a low point in its fortunes, and feeling sorry for itself. When Barack [Obama] utters the word “hope”, they instead hear, “handout”. A cynic might translate the national motto, E pluribus unum, as “something for nothing”. Now that the stock market and the housing market have failed to give Americans something for nothing, they want something for nothing from the government. The trouble is that he who gets something for nothing will earn every penny of it, twice over.


Blogger Unknown said...

You do know it is "racist" to use his middle name don't you? I mean we are in the great socialist machine after all. . .

10:34 AM  

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