Monday, December 14, 2009

Think we ought to wake them up?....

The left swallowed the bullshit hook line and sinker. "Change we can believe in" simply means a rearranging the chairs on the Titanic . The system is too rigged to reform. It must crash completely. Until then, expect a new bubble to be created.

There is nothing else the gang in charge can do.

Politically there is no place to cut budget wise. No criminals (they are in charge) can be punished . Military spending must be maintained or the vets destroy the party in charge. Education is so corrupt that no cuts there or the unions stay home. The states , the Democrat bases on the whole,are  in disaster and need massive infusions of cash.

Can't tax us much more as we are broke. The whole fucking bunch of us are flat busted. We owe more than we are worth. Try and sell something at a profit. Your house? yea, right. Your used car? how about your 401k, must be a lot of profit there..... good luck.

Only thing left is blood.

But not is all lost. Get out of debt. (Pay bills in full every month over the next couple years.) Save as much possible so you can participate in the next inflationary boom.

Will the gang be able to do it again? Why not? Who's going to stop them? Banks borrow from the Fed for free. Lend it to speculators for commodity and Wall Street speculation. Profits trickle in to the business side. They hire and retool. Then borrowing of all kinds take off and prices explode.

Might as well prepare for it as it is inevitable with these guys in charge.But it's really a lot of fun to listen to the Left bitch about it, right?

Obama's Big Sellout : Rolling Stone
Barack Obama ran for president as a man of the people, standing up to Wall Street as the global economy melted down in that fateful fall of 2008. He pushed a tax plan to soak the rich, ripped NAFTA for hurting the middle class and tore into John McCain for supporting a bankruptcy bill that sided with wealthy bankers "at the expense of hardworking Americans." Obama may not have run to the left of Samuel Gompers or Cesar Chavez, but it's not like you saw him on the campaign trail flanked by bankers from Citigroup and Goldman Sachs. What inspired supporters who pushed him to his historic win was the sense that a genuine outsider was finally breaking into an exclusive club, that walls were being torn down, that things were, for lack of a better or more specific term, changing.

Then he got elected.

What's taken place in the year since Obama won the presidency has turned out to be one of the most dramatic political about-faces in our history.

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