Change And A Smile

The Obama’s First 100 Days

Thanks to Market Ticker for pointing this out (emphasis original)…

I voted for him.

It appears that I am not the only person who has figured out that we got “change” all right. But the change we got wasn’t the change we voted for.

We got more corruption, more (proposed) taxes in the form of a Carbon Tax, admitted tax cheats spread through the Cabinet, a Treasury and Federal Reserve that have continued to wantonly violate black letter statute and an executive that has continued to claim that we must “move on.”

Note this well:

We have a major bank CEO who appears to have alleged to the NY State Attorney General a conspiracy in which he participated at alleged (monetary) “gunpoint”, the central act of which was the embezzlement of tens of billions of dollars from The American People performed not only by him but also by and with The Chairman of The Federal Reserve and The Head of Treasury – two high government officials.

Lynn Turner, former chief accountant of the SEC, says:

“If these allegations are proven true both Bernanke and Paulson should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

This is a scandal that makes Watergate look like a common everyday burglary where a TV set was stolen, and I am willing to bet that it does not begin or end with Bank of America.


Let me ask just one question:

Would you “move on” if your wife, daughter or niece was savagely robbed and raped by a gang of hoodlums?

Then why should you “move on” when your children, grandchildren and those not yet born are saddled with over one hundred thousand dollars in debt that they will be required to pay so that criminals can not only go free, but don’t lose their fancy homes and cars?

The acts that led us here were not mistakes. They were deliberate acts; willful blindness and even fraud.

Fraud is a crime, and crimes of such monetary import are arguably just as serious as violent criminal offenses.

I have to agree with Mr Denninger – some of the names have been changed but the storyline has remained the same. The core group of ultra-wealthy weasels is still in control of the US. “Moving on” is not an option, it’s a cover-up.

Even the common man on the street knows in his heart that the government is corrupt. Every one of us knows, in our American gut that these guys are not acting in our country’s best interest, but in the interest of a relatively small group of insolvent men who need to steal from us our wealth while transferring all their backbreaking debt to us at the same time.

It’s common knowledge. A revolution may be inevitable.

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2 Replies to “Change And A Smile”

  1. It takes more than 100 days to correct 8 years of the worst corruption this country has ever seen. It’s funny how everyone wants to yell “Obama’s not doing what he said he would!” because the whole U.S. governmental system hasn’t been fixed in 3 months.

  2. Fixing the whole US government isn’t mentioned anywhere in the post. Facts are what facts are, and the facts above are speaking for themselves.

    As for myself, I am not surprised. The Obama was breaking his ironclad campaign promises at least as far back as summer 2008.

    Look at his vote on HR6304 as an example. Here was a bill he vowed to filibuster on the floor of the Senate if necessary. He interrupted his campaign to fly to Washington and vote in favor of the bill.

    This was an important bill, which should have begun to correct some of the excesses of the Bush illegal surveillance program. Instead, it passed with immunity for the telecoms who illegally participated with the Bushies, and gave the Executive even greater powers in the area of surveillance and detention of Americans with absolutely no real Judicial oversight.

    In explanation for breaking his promise, last June the Obama said “as President, I will carefully monitor the program, review the report by the Inspectors General, and work with the Congress to take any additional steps I deem necessary to protect the lives – and the liberty – of the American people.”

    Sounds alot like the Bush rhetoric to me.

    But like I said above, at least the names have changed. Well, some of them anyway.

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