Don’t expect repentance!
Trust me, Barack Hussain Obama, Harry Reid, Barney Frank, and Nancy Pelosi, the fab four, are not asking forgiveness, no matter how diligently they tried to destroy the economy. Their only mistake, as far as they’re concerned, is they didn’t do a good enough job convincing we poor unwashed imbeciles of their superiority in running the economy…opps, I meant ruining the economy. They got a slap in the face on November 2nd, and, like all good politicians, took it as a misdirected pat on the back. The old saying for we country boys is, “don’t piss down my neck and tell me it’s raining.” That’s exactly what the fab four are trying to do. Don’t let them. Don’t look back. Charge forward.
Let’s not forget that it was under their watch, with Obama as a mere senator, that four bedrooms and two and a half baths were dropped in the pot of anyone willing to lie about their income (and the republicans stood by watching, fat, dumb, and happy); and the exorbitant prices resulting were slathered on the poor unsuspecting who, even though telling the truth about income, bought into the “American dream” and found themselves owing more that their new house was actually worth.
I’ve been a homebuilder. A house is worth the land cost, the land improvement cost, the cost of construction, and a fair profit. If it’s appreciating 25% a year, trust me, there’s something wrong. If a thing looks to be too good to be true….
Don’t expect the fab four to take an iota of the blame for the destruction they wrought upon the economy and the employment in this country. We, and particularly those new to the house and senate, have to rise above their indifference, and get something done to reduce the cost of government, to get government off the backs of business and you and I, and to get government out of the way of the free enterprise system.
And the fact we, as a country, left the two of the four in office, when we had the chance to drop them in the grease, causes me to lose sleep at night.
Wake up, America, stay awake. Keep pounding on congress and try to make your voice heard all the way to the White House. All I saw in the presidents reaction to the elections was, “I didn’t do a good enough job educating you poor dumb hicks.”