I can't wait
delanti - 14-11-2009 at 23:13
Yes sir re bob, just can't wait until the Government passes that health care bill. They are doing such a good job with Medicare and Medicaid. Only 47
billion in bad claims last year, with a health care program we can probably get that up to a trillion or more.
giron - 14-11-2009 at 23:33
From the article -
It's good to see that Obama is attempting to deal with the corruption that the previous administration turned a blind eye to.
Daz - 15-11-2009 at 02:39
You seem to have misunderstood. It's all Obama's fault!
delanti - 15-11-2009 at 02:52
What you blokes seem to have a hard time understanding is that it don't matter if it was Bush or Obama, the Republicans or the Democrats. The US
Government run programs are inept and no one cares.
Daz - 15-11-2009 at 03:07
And yet, when someone comes along and aims to improve the system, and take control, that too is wrong...?
Speaking as an outsider, obviously.
scholar - 15-11-2009 at 03:45
Obama's friends and backers from
his earliest days are criminals and corrupt politicians. Ayers not only admitted to participating in anti-American bombings, he declared he wishes
he'd done more. Since the election, he has verified that he wrote the memoir which Obama falsely claimed to have written. Ayers helped launch
Obama's political career, with a fundraiser at his house. And he arranged to put Obama on a board which wasted millions of dollars which were
funneled to their allies, instead of the children of Chicago getting their education advanced, as the funds were designated to do.
Rezko, Obama's fundraiser, is languishing in prison now. He is the one who gave preferential treatment to Obama in getting property which Obama
wanted. Obama still owns it, part of his home in Chicago. Obama got preferential rates for his mortgage, at the time the Democrats were blocking any
regulation of the home mortgage practices, before the banking collapse.
There is the tax cheat whom Obama appointed head of the U.S. Treasury. Do you think a corrupt businessman will be hard on corruption?
Obama appointed another tax cheat, former Senator Tom Daschle, to be part of his cabinet, but then his name was withdrawn because the number of
criminals nominated for his cabinet was getting embarrassing.
Senator Chris Dodd, who is heading the Senate committee which oversees the banks, has a home mortgage that reflects preferrential treatment. He
helped block bank regulation before the collapse.
Democrat Charlie Wrangle has had it revealed that he has been failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxable income--and HE is the
chairman of the ETHICS COMMITTEE!
And there is Obama's own criminal organization, ACORN, for which he was a lawyer and which he used in his campaign. They are indicted for voter
fraud in several states. (Fourteen, I think.) They were caught on videotape at several of their headquarters, advising people they believed to be a
pimp and an under-age illegal alien on how to commit fraud so as not to have trouble with U.S. taxes.
Obama brags that the AARP (a group that started as advocacy for retired people) has endorsed his health care plan. He fails to volunteer the
information that he AARP has gone into the medical insurance business, and he has bought them off with promises that their insurance will do well
under the final health plan. With government control, he will be able to help his allies, and give trouble to those who are his poliitcal enemies.
Obama said during the campaign that he would do it Chicago-style. "If they bring a knife, you bring a gun," he said.
As the government takes over control of more and more of the economy, it allows opportunities for more and more corruption.
delanti - 15-11-2009 at 21:35
Scholar, if you are going to post anti Obama rants to my anti government posts I will quit posting. Grrrrrr
delanti - 15-11-2009 at 21:44
Lets all pray for Obama. Psalm 109:8