OBAMA TRIES TO FIGHT HIS WAY TO THE TOP…

Posted on February 10, 2009. Filed under: News And Politics... |

Even his press conference did nothing to convince me that his stimulus plan will help our economy.  Only approximately 7% of his stimulus plan will stimulate the economy.  The other 93% are programs that are nothing but fluff.  Less than 10% will be necessarily spent today, while 90% will be spent over a number of years, and will have no effect on what’s now happening.  How will that help stimulate our economy now?  Seeing him up at the podium was like watching him on the campaign trail trying to convince us to vote for him.  He’s already there, yet he has this incessant urge to continue on this path.  He constantly refers to his crib sheets so he’ll know what to say and who to invite for questioning.  When the questions are asked, he ums and stammers so much, it’s almost pathetic to watch.

I was quick to notice that right smack in the front seat during his press conference was none other than Ed Schultz, liberal radio host who once falsely credited medical research “change” to Obama.  http://newsbusters.org/blogs/jack-coleman/2009/01/28/ed-schultz-falsely-credits-medical-research-change-obama.  This is only one instance that has been brought to light where Obama is credited for something that he didn’t do.  Be prepared to see many more feats where Obama performs miracles that are more fiction than real.

It’s nice to look at the big picture, but Obama should be focusing on what will help stimulate the economy right now.  He’s using exaggerated fear mongering on us so we’ll cave and demand that the bill be passed by Congress.  This puts up a red flag to me.  Why doesn’t anyone else see it?  Most of these programs will be for future use, so why use the money now for these?  Why not take immediate steps that will help stimulate the economy and for other less pressing programs, wait until everyone has had a chance to view the pros and cons of the bill so an educated decision can be made.

It reminds me of the pictures of bread lines sprawled across the front page of almost every newspaper during the campaigning, with the Democrats stating that we’re in for this again if we don’t get onboard the Obamatrain, but as far as I’m concerned, that train derailed a long time ago.  I just don’t trust him or his followers.  As the days roll on, we’re seeing more of the Obama agenda, and it isn’t to our benefit.  I feel that he’s not listening to us, only to the people who bought the election for him.  Believe what you want, but he did buy his election.  He wants this stimulus bill to pass fast because a lot of this pork is for the liberal groups that helped get him elected.  It’s payback time, and I stressed this in a couple of previous blogs.  He’s finding that payback is a bitch, and it may just come back to haunt him.  One point I would like to make is the fact that in using these scare tactics, he is actually negatively affecting the economy.  When people are scared of a crumbling economy, they won’t spend money.  That’s just common sense.  He is not being honest with us, and it’s because he has a more critical agenda…getting this stimulus bill passed before anyone’s had a chance to scrutinize it.  Just like a kid who hides the grades portion of his bad report card and pressuring his parents to sign it, Obama is doing the same to Congress and the American people…hiding the pork while overly stressing the urgency so the bill can be quickly passed and signed.  Is most of America blind?  Democrats are all about spending big money and pushing for higher taxes; they always have been.  That’s the main reason why I didn’t vote for this Democratic puppet.

Back in the beginning of December, Obama boasted that his stimulus bill will create or save 2.5 million jobs, later the number turned up to 3 million jobs, and in last night’s press conference it swelled to 4 million jobs to entice more approval!  Less than 20% is going to infrastructure, and more on government programs.  Look at what’s slated for Acorn?  The biggest chunk of the $5.2 billion comes in the form of $4.19 billion for foreclosure relief through the “Neighborhood Stabilization Program”.  Although Acorn operatives usually get their hands on such funds only after they have first passed through the red tape of state and local governments, the new spending bill largely eliminates the middle man, making it easier to get government money directly into the hands of the same people who run Acorn’s various vote fraud and extortion rackets (I elaborated on this in a previous blog).  The legislative package provides these funds without the usual prohibition on using government money for lobbying or political activities.

You may also remember that during last year’s primaries, the Obama campaign paid $832,598 to Citizens Services Inc., another Acorn affiliate, for get-out-the-vote activities.  It’s also well known that Obama led a voter drive for Acorn affiliate Project Vote, represented Acorn in court, and lectured at Acorn on organizing techniques.  Where was the journalistic scrutiny then?  Remember when Obama was campaigning and promised a gathering of community organizers in December 2007 that he would involve them in the policy process?  His words were, "Before I even get inaugurated, during the transition, we’re going to be calling all of you in to help us shape the agenda.  We’re going to be having meetings all across the country with community organizations so that you have input into the agenda for the next presidency of the United States of America."

 

It appears that Obama kept his word on this one…

 

QB

 

 

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