Monday, February 2, 2009

He Said WHAT????? Barry Utters 1st of many Obama-nisms!!!

To my Conservative Friends:


Just last week, our new Emperor, in his attempt to figure out these economic bailout abominations had another "Joe the Plumber" moment when he uttered a comment that was like a mirror on his soul...

Just like when he told Joe the Plumber that its a "good thing to spread the wealth around", the new Messiah has again showed us his true colors, his socialist beliefs and his all-liberal, all-the-time liberal playbook to govern this nation...

Our new President has spoken the 1st of what I know will be many "Obama-nisms"...

Man, it's going to be a long four years...

If you have not seen or heard the comment, President Chosen-One was showing his "indignation" about Wall Street CEO bonuses when he made the following comment about the issue (the comment I want to discuss occurs at 1:48 into the 2:24 video):




Just in case you are not able to view the video and to highlight the point, the President of the best and most free economy in the world said:

"There will be time for them to make profits and there will be time for them to take bonuses. Now is not that time."

Are you kidding me or what??? Who the heck does he think he is??? I don't want to get into what is right at a time when the Federal government is funding these ridiculous bailouts and basically federalizing our financial institutions. I want to focus on the actual comment and it's absurdity...

Now is not the time for profits??? Why? Are profits EVIL??? They are for liberals...

When the hell is time to make profits??? When the liberals say we can make profits???

Do we live in Cuba now where only the government can make profits and private business works at the behest of the government????

I know the libs will claim he was referring only to companies receiving bailout funds and yada yada yada... I say balogny....

As the President of the free world, including the capitalist, free-market economic world, he must not make blanket statements like this. It reinforces the notion that he is, indeed, an anti-business, Karl Marx socialist to his core...

He also made a comment last week that CEO's should not make more than he does as President!!! Because no one can be as smart and as gifted as the Chosen One, right??? What's next for Barry, dictating what salaries we all can make???

Man O' Man, this is going to be a loooong four years!!!

The President and his brainless, bedwetting liberal partners in congress want these bailouts and want to give more and more money to the banks and financial institutions and anybody who wants it... They also want to pass his ridiculous $1 Trillion "Stimulus" plan that is nothing more that creating a Nanny State with some of the most ridiculous spending that you ever want to hear. My article tomorrow will break down this trillion dollars and you won't believe what a waste of our money it is!!!

So this is their plan. To "hold the purse strings" for not only the federal government but for private industry as well!! This way they can dictate decisions and control the "free" markets to consolidate and garner more power than any government has ever had... And once private industry starts ceding control of it's authority, it will be very hard to put the toothpaste back in the tube...

I believe these comments are not even the tip of the iceberg of what the man's true beliefs are... However, I am sure we will all find out soon...

Did I say this is going to be a long four years????

Just my thoughts...

GOP Mike

17 comments:

  1. yeah, long four years.

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  2. You are going to have to do better than this. This comes nowhere near Bush's "There should be limits to freedom," for example.

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  3. You class that as thinking? Holy banana, standards have dropped.. but of course, we all have just had eight years of that well-backed buffoon.

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  4. That's right...
    Out of context, in the midst of trying to chastize the greedy, the only point you take out of the speech is that "obviously obama is a communist". I'm sure there's nothing anyone can do to inject any reason in this website - or debate... so have fun with your non-poignant illogical, conspiracy FUD rant. Let me know how it works out for you.

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  5. Again, our anonymous liberal friends who troll this site missed the boat again. In their haste to defend their beloved Barry and to bash this site and it's author whom they hate so much, yet they can't help but visit and comment all the time, they quickly scribe their hate talk but get the answer wrong again...

    The point of the article, as I mentioned, was not to defend the very few idiot CEO's who stupidly have their hands out for idiotic govt. funds and mismanaged it the way they mismanaged their own companies... No... Those idiots should have been fired long ago for running their companies into the ground...

    It was about the overiding ideology that pokes it's Karl Marx head out whenever Barry speaks... To make a blanket comment that now is not a time for profits is an absolute, absurd, ridiculous, assinine comment for our President to make....

    And it just shows how socialist he is....

    Would the liberals like me to draw a picture for them????

    I promise to use an enviro-friendy "green" crayon.....

    GOP Mike

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  6. GOP Mike,

    Great site, glad I discovered it. The problem with that quote you picked out, while it is most certainly offensive to my ears is that it does not resonate across both lines.

    Some of what Bush said had EVERYONE wincing.
    What Obama said here will make Liberals piss their pants with excitement.

    We are looking for "I have visited 57 states" type goodness.

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  7. May I remind you it was President George W. Bush that nationalized the banking system.

    Who's socialist now?

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  8. You know, the government is the biggest stockholder in the companies they bailed out; don't the stockholders (or at least those who have the largest stocks)get to choose appropriate payments for the company's CEO?

    If I were a large stockholder, I'd probably be pissed if the CEO didn't cut his pay (so to provide more money for operations). Seems like something you should do.

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