They're is a memorable quote from the movie Spider man. "With great power comes great responsibility
". With Obama playing the role of a pathological egotist, he's not really concerned at all about being "responsible" with his almost unchecked power. The latest victims to feel the wrath of the Community Organizer on a mad power trip are General Motors and Chrysler. Barack Obama sent shock waves through corporate America Sunday evening and Monday by doing an unthinkable act. He was able to fire the CEO of General Motors without even owning one share of ownership through common stock in the company. If people are still naive in facing the fact that Obama is indeed a Socialist, then these people are beyond hope in seeing reality for what it is. General Motors wasn't owned by the government like AIG and Citibank are. Rick Wagner went to the Federal Government a few months ago merely to seek assistance in obtaining loans for GM's survival. He is now out of a job thanks to his well intentioned actions. This quote is from the late great President Ronald Wilson Reagan. Let this serve as an example of what happens when you foolishly trust the government like Rick Wagner did. President Reagan said
"The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: 'I'm from the government and I'm here to help.'"
Every company that has sought assistance from the Federal Government have come to regret it. Banks are frantically repaying the TARP money they were lent
. They have learned a very valuable lesson the hard way. Accepting help from the government is in essence selling their souls to a bunch of "megalomaniac, self righteous, hypocritical, lying devils". Funny how this leads me back to Barack Obama. So now the Federal Government is in the "Car Warranty
" business thanks to him. I remember liberals crying about George Bush "abusing his power" as President. George Bush committed many screw ups I'll admit. At least he never did anything like what this neo marxist has done within the last 70 days and counting. I'm almost afraid to even imagine what can happen next month leading up to Obama's first 100 days.