Friday, July 27, 2012

In context

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  1. The whole idea that Bam has expressed is for one reason above all others. That reason is "class warfare". Bam can only win if he divides the people of this country against each other. ---Black against white, industrious people against the lazy, union members against the right to work or self employed, the educated against the uneducated ....the lists go on and on. It is a trap that is to easy to be sucked into unless you think think think.

  2. Well well, just exactly who is "somebody else"? The financing of any and all publicly funded infrastructure came from US not from some phantom source-"somebody else"! In order for the Government to confiscate wealth, wealth must first be created. B.O. seems to be quite accomplished at 'circular rhetoric', a worthless and dangerous attribute. Was this the basis for his Nobel Prize? He is, obviously, unable to think outside of his socialist/communist roots! He must go!

  3. The imposter in the White House is a complete idiot, and a Godless slug. If he gets re-elected...I'm going to move to Austrailia.
    I write and maintain a blog which I have entitled “Accordingtothebook” and I’d like to invite you to follow it.

  4. The following quotes came from todays edition of NEWSMAX:

    "A poll that year conducted for Politico found that 45 percent of Washington elites believed the country and economy were headed in the right direction, compared to 25 percent of the general population, and 74 percent of the elites said the recession had hurt them less than most Americans."

    "The Cato Institute disclosed that in 2008, the average compensation in pay and benefits for federal civilian employees was $119,900 a year, compared to $59,900 in private industry."

    The article went on to say that those living in Metropolitan Washington DC making the equivalent of $200,000.00, in today's dollars, has increased by over four fold since Ronald Reagan was in office.

    I recall, not long ago, B.O. stating to the effect that the "Private Sector" was doing fine but that the "Public Sector" needed help. I also recall that in the former Soviet Union the workers were paid equally [poorly] and had little while the government elite were rewarded with comparatively lavish remuneration and summer homes. B.O. doesn't have a veracious bone in his skinny body and all too many are still ignorant of this fact!


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