Cold Fury raises (again) the question that many of us have voiced before.
Phrased as a statement, it's this: to Obozo, national bankruptcy will be an accomplishment: a feature, not a bug.
...I’ve been railing about this for a long time now, and, to borrow from
Walsh, it is inconceivable to me that so many of our supposedly smarter
pundits seem not to get it: “success” does not mean the same thing to Obama as it does to the rest of us.
He is precisely who and what we “unreasonable,” uncivil, immoderate
types have been saying he was all along, to the extreme annoyance of the
collegial class of politicians and opinion-makers. He is a socialist.
He is a tyrant. He is not just un- but actively anti-American.
Umnnnhhhh, yah. See the post immediately below to find more evidence (although Obozo is merely frosting the (D) cake baked by FDR and LBJ, with ingredients supplied by GWB and GHWB.)
With the bottom two quintiles having no rational economic interest in upward mobility, the heavy guns are now aimed exclusively at the third- and second- quintiles. (It's conceded by all parties that the 1st quintile will never be touched, by the way.)
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"...I’ve been railing about this for a long time now..."
And will continue railing for four more years, one might surmise.
"Phrased as a statement, it's this: to Obozo, national bankruptcy will be an accomplishment: a feature, not a bug."
Have you any idea what this sounds like to those outside the Rush Limbaugh bubble?
You really, really believe that President Obama WANTS the nation to go bankrupt?
In a word, yes.
(I haven't listened to more than 10 minutes/day of Limbaugh in the last year, by the way, and that number includes commercials.)
Perhaps you have an alternative 'end game' that Obozo is maneuvering toward; I don't know of one that comports with his tactics to date.
Only those living in the Krugman bubble think that $16Tn in US debt is 'manageable,' or that $3.5Tn annual budgets (up from $2.5Tn in the Bush years) is "responsible" spending/debt management.
BK is not, of course, the 'end of the Republic.' But it has serious implications for your children and mine, and THEIR children, and theirs, and theirs (etc.)
Go ahead: tell us what YOU think he's actually doing.
I believe Mr. Obama wants to level the playing field of nations between the USA and Kenya. That's what he would call social justice.
Yes I did see 2016. With an open mind I might add.
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