Tag Archive 'Financial Crisis'

Jan 03 2009

Don’t Send My Tax Dollars To Other States!

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  This financial mess has released the worst in people – greed. Instead of being responsible for their own state budgets and messes, now governors (mostly Democrat) are going to the Feds and asking to take my hard earned tax dollars and spend them bailing out states I don’t live, work or spend in. Governors […]

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Oct 18 2008

Wall Street And DC Greed At The Core Of Our National Crisis, Obama Plans To Spread Our Wealth Globally!

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America! There are many kinds of greed in this world. On Wall Street we can glimpse the “hoarding of treasure” greed, the greed to pull in as much money as fast as possible and then waste the rest of your life as the uber consumer showing […]

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Oct 10 2008

As World Markets Collapse America Can Look Back To The Clinton Years For Why

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America! Rash ideas can destroy something built over decades of careful steps. The Clinton ‘golden years’ ended with the dot.com bubble he created bursting and wiping out a lot of wealth, bringing on a small recession George Bush had to deal with when he took office. […]

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Oct 08 2008

Rep Chris Shays Takes On Corrupt Democrat Congress

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A must see moment when a GOP Congressman calls on the Democrat Congress to fix the financial mess and the Democrats balk (knowing full well they share a majority of the blame).  Shays states boldly the only reason there are no hearings on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is the problem that started this all […]

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Oct 07 2008

Why Obama Is Sinking Again In The Polls

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America! It seems McCain is not the only one who took a hit in the public eye on the financial bailout – Obama is also starting to lose ground. Two recent polls show the erosion. First is a Democracy Corps poll I noted in an earlier […]

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Oct 01 2008

How Can There Be A Crisis With All The Pork In The Bill?

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Want to know why Americans don’t believe there is a real crisis, a real emergency? How could we if there are tens of millions of dollars set aside for a corrupt liberal organization like ACORN (who Obama used to work with)? And how could we take this seriously when we see crap like this included: […]

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Sep 30 2008

Did Democrats Orchestrate A Bailout Failure To Boost Obama?

First we have Nancy Pelosi giving a highly partisan pre-vote speech to enrage the GOP and try and get them to move to the exits – which, actually they didn’t, their numbers did not move that much at all. It was either the dumbest move on the planet to obtain bipartisan support – or a […]

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Sep 30 2008

The Democrat Record On Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac (2003-2007) – Updated!

Update: Let me pull some killer comments from SBD’s latest update all right after the dems took Congress in 2006: First of all, Fannie Mae Freddie Mac, these are two companies, that have been closely tied to the Democratic Party. I think is the best way to put it. And they’ve been under a regulatory […]

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Sep 30 2008

Pelosi’s “Anything Goes” Partisanship Is The Cancer In DC

Obama lost control of his herd when Nancy Pelosi got up before a critical vote requiring broad bi-partisan support and let lose with typical DC hyper-partisan finger pointing (you can see the video here). Why did she tank a bipartisan bailout with partisan sniping? Is she really that dumb – or is she that calculating […]

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Sep 29 2008

Bottom Line: Bipartisan Rejection Of Obama-Pelosi-Reid-Bush Bailout

There is nothing much to say about today’s failure in the Democrat Congress to get a bailout package passed It was a bipartisan rejection of the Obama-Pelosi-Reid-Bush bill – bottom line. And I doubt the hyper-partisan pre-vote speech by the bitter liberal Democrat Speaker of The House was a rallying cry for support: A reminder […]

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