Tuesday, February 19, 2008

The dismantling of Barrack Obama's "economic" plan Part 2


Let’s begin. The tax cuts for the rich spew doesn’t cut it. It may work with Obama's legions of blind sheep, but I actually understand the economy and can see right through his socialist script. The Iraq war is being funded by deficit spending. In other words, it’s debt spending. If the military operations in Iraq were over tomorrow, the money diverted for Obama's economic plan would still come from BORROWED MONEY, which will still be tacked on to the national debt. Liberal politicians always talk about how they can fund so many feel good social programs if the Bush tax cuts were repealed. The fact of the matter is that tax receipts to the federal government has increased not decreased ever years since the taxes cuts took effect six years ago. The problem with our country incurring debt and deficits isn’t due to the “tax cuts to the rich” or the war. It’s a spending problem not a revenue problem. Of course why expect “The magic upstart” or his cult following to understand that. Barrack foolishly blamed Bush for the current housing downturn cycle. In his plan, I’ve noticed that the only way he knows how to fund those construction jobs is by using the federal government in the role of a massive employer. Should that surprise anyone? He is an ultra socialist. As for creating green collar jobs, what exactly is a “green collar” job anyways? I’ve heard of white and blue-collar jobs. That’s just great. Obama is going to try to help create an industry with no possibility of profitability, oddly enough that sounds familiar somehow. Oh yeah, how did that dot-com tech bubble economy turn out? Imagine having the choice of two people driving a three thousand pound car at high speed towards a brick wall. The first person is an inexpierenced mad woman named Hillary Clinton and the second driver is just as inexperienced named Barrack Obama. Choose your poison. Either one is going to crash the car into the wall. Now substitute the car for the Presidency of the United States. Once again we have a choice of two poisons for our country with no cure in sight.


Blogger Pamela said...

I find it interesting that when you have deficit spending you can cut out just a portion of it to produce ANYTHING. I totally agree it is a spending problem. To add more spending for a 21st century version of the New Deal is a mess. We are getting rebates from more borrowed money.

I actually listened to that speech you referenced. I was absolutely amazed at what I was hearing. This was the first complete speech I heard from him. I believe the same night Hilary gave one as well suggesting a $9/hr minimum wage.

How on earth can they believe this? They are truly ignorant of economics. Don't forget Hilary's health care plan? I had the book when it first came out. I threw it away while cleaning things up. I plan on checking it out from the library.

This is absolute madness.

12:27 PM  
Blogger DarkStar said...

The tax cuts for the rich spew doesn’t cut it. It may work with Obama's legions of blind sheep, but I actually understand the economy and can see right through his socialist script.

You do realize McCain used the same language, right?

You do realize that Bush has cut funding to the Economic Indicators Website website, right?

You do realize the Bush administration has stopped publishing the Money Supply number, right?

You do realize the Bush administration stopped doing accurate calculation of manufacturing jobs created and lost in the U.S., right?

11:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why isn't anyone talking about RON PAUL ????? Ron Paul Hope for America 2008

8:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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3:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let me guess...when you heard about Sarah Palin being VP you said.... "OOHHHH!!! A GIRL! I'm a girl too! I have to vote for McCain!"

As a woman I am insulted by McCain's tactic here. It's so blatantly obvious and I would expect more women to see that.

Lets be honest here, there are flaws on both sides. Bush is a horrible choice no matter what side you come from. You have to choose the best man for the job. McCain is an extension of Bush. Obama is the best choice.

Too bad he didn't choose Hilary, you might have went running after her too ;)

10:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you guys think of your muslim American President now? Congratulations, we have a sorta African American president now, are you happy. He's crushing our Country as we speak. Congratulations. When the economy crashes, and at this rate it will, I can't wait to watch you all starve.

1:48 PM  

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