Lindy’s Blog: Where Mom is Always Right

March 4, 2009

Founding Fathers. Big Brother. Choose one.

Filed under: politics — by lindyborer @ 4:09 pm
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There’s so much to blog about, so little time. 

First off, what the crap is up with the Obama White House not being able to handle criticism?  Just imagine if Bush and his press secretary took the time to name names and point fingers at each and every person who criticized his actions–including private citizens?  That’s just what Robert Gibbs is doing to three such persons, namely Rick Santelli, Mad Money’s Jim Cramer (who strongly condemned the Obama administration on his show recently, here’s the clip), and of course Rush Limbaugh.  Gee, the last time I checked we inhabited a nation where the right to criticize an administration was okay—even encouraged.  It was another safeguard and a pretty nice perk of living in a free nation.   Hey, Mr. Gibbs:  Wah.  Get over it. 

As for the beating Rush is taking for simply saying he hopes Obama policies fail:  I AGREE!  While all of us hope for economic recovery, those of us who utilize a little gray matter understand that Obama’s way ain’t going to do it, and it will ruin our country.  And you want to know something else?  I wholeheartedly agree with the ever-increasing number of people out there who believe that Obama doesn’t even WANT the economy to recover.  This is what The Virginian calls “planned impoverishment.”  Its goal?  Total government independence.  He states, “If I were a suspicious man, I would suspect that Team Obama is not unhappy that people are losing their financial independence. It’s much easier to control people when they don’t have ‘go to hell’ money.”  Yeah. 

Hey, you know what?  Socialism works.  For those at the top, that is.  The rest of us are cast into a perpetual state of dependence upon the few in power, our puppet masters.  But the misery is shared equally, have no fear. 

But, back to the Rahm Emanuel, Obama, Gibbs trifecta:  I have one question.  What happened to the “new tone”?  The immaturity on display thus far in the White House is embarrassing.  And no matter how badly Obama wants to distract us with Limbaugh, all eyes continue to be on him.  And no matter how teary-eyed many people got at the promises of hopenchange, it is inevitable that some of them who heard the siren song of Obamacare will change their tunes as their pocketbooks continue to feel the pain.  Many of those people will soon learn to connect the dots; every time Obama makes a speech, the stock market tanks. 

As for the rest?  I think some of them are destined to be “natural slaves.”  (see previous post)  As for me, I’d rather be free to try on my own than solely dependent on the government for my every need.   




1 Comment »

  1. We know their tactics. Get me people hungry and scared and they’ll let the government do anything. I was proud that Politico let this out of the bag. Sometimes they lean a little left, but I think we are seeing a change in the country. David Brooks is recanting his support for Obama as well as Maureen Dowd. I think we will see more and more buyer’s remorse.

    And they can say whatever they want about Rush – he’s the strongest and best voice we have right now and they won’t turn us on him. He made up for Bobby Jindal’s lackluster performance. And Obamaites better lay off Santelli because he truly was voicing the concerns of most Americans.

    Comment by dsgawrsh — March 5, 2009 @ 8:06 am |Reply

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