Saturday, January 10, 2009

Obama’s Speech Fails To Instill Confidence In Market


Two years after the Socialist Demokratik Politburo seized control of the United States Senate and the House of Representatives, and just a couple days after Obama’s much touted speech on his plans for the economy, the Stock market suffered its largest post-election drop in history since he was successful in Novembers Coup d’etat.

U.S. Stocks Post Biggest Post-Election Drop on Economic Concern

On January 8, 2009, Commissar Obama issued his speech on what ‘the One’ deems must happen for economic recovery. Within mere moments of the speech, the market, which was staging a very slight comeback, began dropping.

Obama, mid way through his first term as a U.S. Senator, ran making several promises knowing they could not be met and lowering expectations immediately, relying on the tried and true Demokratik policy of promise anything to fool voters and get elected.

As always happens, the gullible American public falls for it, expecting unearned riches to fall their way without having to actually work for it.

Combining a second Jimmy Carter term and a fifth FDR term, Obama seems to fall back on the public works programs installed by Roosevelt that prolonged the Great Depression of the 1930’s.

Being the first Halfrican-American who is “articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy,” does nothing to bolster campaign rhetoric that inevitably has to give way to reality.

Glib speeches, even from a Magic Negro will not pull the country out of the Socialist Demokratik recession.

Passing the buck by always blaming Bush & the Republicans, who no doubt have their share of blame, will not inspire consumer confidence or rebuild investor confidence as Congressional Approval Ratings remain at historic lows, even after Speakerette Pelosi’s Dictatorial Power Grab in the House of Representatives, negating Demokrats promise of “bi-partisanship” in government.

While ‘the one’ wrestles with ideas, warning us to avoid mistakes of the past, hinting at the Bush administration, he plunges headlong into repeating the failures of the Roosevelt administration, with the help and support of spineless Northeast moderate and liberal Republicans, that surely will once again delay the recovery that America’s economy sorely needs.

He says things will get worse before they get better. Is it because he too recognizes the failures of Roosevelt, yet intends to plunge us deeper into recession to affect the Socialist takeover?

Hang on, America; it’s going to be a rough 4 years.

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2 comments:

Ms Calabaza said...

Lew,

your last paragraph nails it. I also believe this guy is very scared because deep down he knows he doesn't really know what he's doing. That may be why he is surrounding himself with Clintonistas since most lefties believe they know the economy ...

Lew Waters said...

It wasn't all that long ago that both he and Michelle were saying how he wasn't experienced enough to even run for president. That is also why I strongly feel he is just a puppet, the front man so to speak, for the Socialist like George Soros, Bill Ayers and that ilk.

That would also account for why he ran on his race and nothing else.

So, we now have our first Affirmative Action president.

God help us.