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Obama’s speech to Congress – more of the same

Posted by foundersfreedom on February 24, 2009

Nothing new here. 

Spend trillions, blame it on Bush, promise many trillions more through “health care reform,” and then talk about how fiscally responsible your administration will be by cutting the deficit in half by the end of your first term.  All after predicting “trillion dollar deficits as far as the eye can see.”  Though it seems all disjointed and nonsensical, that’s what he’s saying. 

If you figure it all out, let me know.


2 Responses to “Obama’s speech to Congress – more of the same”

  1. rick said

    But hey, Nobama is NOT interested in increasing the size of federal government. His main concern is fiscal restraint.
    You know what? I really cannot stand the sound of his voice anymore–no kidding. That smarmy, cynical arrogance just makes my skin crawl.
    You probably think I am over-reacting but I have just had it with this theatrical oratory that just makes the masses swoon, and nothing else.
    This guy is winging it, and we are all in for a big fall when the bill comes due.

    I keep going back to the Rahm Emmanuel quote: A crisis this big is too good to waste; you can do things that you wouldn’t ordinarily do.

    My family members are swooning over this Svengali; we all need to keep our nose to the grindstone to expose his hypocricy…

    I am really afraid of a MONSTER increase in taxes all over the board before the end of his first term. He said, after all, that we’ll all have to step up to the plate. Code words for: pay more taxes.


  2. Yes, Rick. I know what you mean. I watched the speech to see what he said and how he said it, and I agree. His cadence and tone is really annoying. How quickly we’ve gotten to this point. Clinton took a couple years for me to totally turn off. We’re only 5 weeks into this. We can’t allow 8 years!

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