Tuesday, November 03, 2009

ObamaCare in Pictures

There are plenty more pictures at this link which show how well "Community Development" works in the district which Obama represented while in the Illinois Legislature.
With this track record, Obama now plans on "organizing" the country's health care.

1 comment:

Reaganite Republican said...

Corrupt libs like Jarrett and Obama are great getting government money by the truckload to their sponsors under the guise of serving the public good... like Blago asking for $1M pay-to-play for the cement contract for fashionable "green lanes" on the Illinois Turnpike.

Just like the the Parc Grove project you display here- managed by none other than Valerie Jarrett- isn't that special?

Obama's political Godfather Tony Rezko's other projects in Chicago are also infamous for being uninhabitible, due to substandard work and a negligent maintainance. People freeze in the winter, plumbing leaks, and a 3 year old boy was even crushed to death by shoddy construction.

For more than five weeks during the brutal winter of 1997, tenants shivered without heat in one of these government-subsidized apartment buildings on Chicago's South Side.

While Rezko and Mahru couldn't seem to find money to get the heat back on, their company, Rezmar Corp. , continued to receive city and state funding... even as earlier projects fell into disrepair and financial troubles.

The company also somehow managed to come-up-with continuing donations for the political campaign fund of Barack Obama, the newly elected state senator... whose district included the unheated building.

In fact, eleven of Rezko's buildings were in Obama's state Senate district. In this diminutive area, where anyone could walk around and in one day get a basic knowlege of all major residential zones, Obama later stated that he was "unaware" of the conditions at slumlord Rezko's projects... the very ones he had worked enthusiastically to fund with government subsidies.

I'm sure that ObamaCare will eliminate the waste of the private sector though, LOL- it's only a sixth of the US economy, no temptation there-