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01/16/10
Here we are..
Filed under: General
Posted by: Joe Melchiorre @ 10:45 am

It’s just so hard to believe.  We have massive unemployment, a world that thinks the United States is a joke, terrorists that are getting more emboldened by the minute, Congress and the President spending faster than they can print the money, taxes about to go through the roof and thirty-seven percent, in a recent poll say they would vote for Obama again. How can this be?  I understand you can fool some of the people some of the time but this is ridiculous!  O.K., I can believe that there is a percentage of the people that believe the government should take care of everything in their lives.  Every pond has its scum.  What percent is that though?  10? 20?

This has been the most dishonest, duplicitous administration ever.  The promised transparency doesn’t exist.  Many of the cabinet members, czars and judges they have appointed wouldn’t be allowed in your house unless you could frisk them on the way out, except for Kevin Jennings who should be in prison.  They are ramming through a ‘health care reform’ bill over the objections of about 60% of the people.  That number would surely be higher if it weren’t for a compliant media lying for them.

A good example of what is wrong with the media is the Harry Reid, ‘light skinned negro’, line.  It isn’t at all surprising that he said it.  Not surprising that Clinton would say that under other circumstances Obama would be fetching coffee for him and Ted Kennedy.  Oh, by the way, congratulations Ted on almost five months sober. After all it is the Democrats that supported slavery, segregation, George Wallace and just about every program that has come down the pike that demeans and otherwise hurts minorities.  What is surprising is that nobody has spoken up about the slimy writers of this book, John Heileman and Mark Halperin, reporters that withheld the information in the book in order to profit rather than report on the many transgressions of the subjects when the information could have helped the public decide about the character of these people when it would have done them some good.  Like before they got elected!

Oh well, as hard as it is to believe, here we are.  All we can do is fight.  If you know anyone in Massachusetts please urge them to vote for Scott Brown for Senate.  A small first step towards getting rid of the most corrupt government this country has ever known.

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