This is now old news now, but I can’t help but revisit it. For those of you who missed it, about a week ago, Rick Santelli on CNBC made a bold move on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. A bold move that may have very well cost him his job. He stood up in front of the Propaganda. He expressed the true feelings on how America is feeling right now. He said that the “government is promoting bad behavior”. What else? Well, here’s the whole video if you missed it: The very rant that captured the true voice of America:
When it comes to finance, I’m not particularly strong. I’m stronger when it comes to English and Journalism. I do know that Santelli brings the point home: The government IS promoting bad behavior.
For now, we’ll leave the Chicago Tea Party. Old hat, right? Now some of you may have noticed my absence from this blog. The reason behind it was that I have been diligently searching for work. This blog doesn’t really pay the bills. I’ve applied at 17 businesses yesterday.
Unknowingly, while I was doing this, the Dow plunged ANOTHER 300 POINTS. Thank you, President Obama. I guess anything negative he says about the economy will make it go down. Seriously, if Obama is confident about his economic plan, wouldn’t Wall Street be happy about it? I don’t think that’s the case. Wall Street knows what the plan is going to do to business, and they don’t like what they’re seeing. You would think that Obama would be so passionate and happy about his plan and how it would HELP the economy, but that’s not what he’s doing. Instead, he is downplaying the economy, and scaring the American people!
I think Obama knows exactly what he’s doing. He doesn’t want to help this country. He wants to CONTROL it. “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” This is right out of Saul D. Alinsky’s book: Rules for Radicals! Obama wants to destroy the economy so he can nationalize it. Heck. They’re talking about nationalizing health care! Nationalizing business would be the Obama Regime’s next step. With nationalized capitalism, the government would pick the winners and losers. They, of course would win, and we would lose.
With this porkulus bill, there’s an interesting fact that I came across. The fact is this. If you were to spend $1 million every day from the birth of Christ to today, it still wouldn’t equal the amount that they spent on this bill. I did the math myself and I came up with something like $730.5 billion. We’ll call that a ball park number, since it’s not exact.
I think that there should be a website where all of the unemployed can go and post all the jobs that they find in their area. Just a support system, and one we need right now. And if the Obama Regime tries to come and tear it down, we could tell them, “back off”. This is our prosperity. Don’t mess with it.
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