Top news story today. Obama embraces the 99%. He is giving support to people whose stated goal is the destruction of the American way of life. These people have threatened Americans and showed their own special brand of bigotry and racism. THESE are the people this administration supports. Not the hard working, taxpaying, law abiding citizens.
No law abiding Americans are the enemy. They are the ones responsible for the mess we’re in. They’re the ones who’ve kept the economy running for decades. These “occupiers” haven’t done anything but support failed policies and taken out unsupportable student loans.
Besides the fact that the “occupiers” are not the 99%. They’re more like the .5%. The takers, the malcontents, the constant bellyachers. These are people who have never been taught that you can’t expect something for nothing. It’s not someone else’s job to take care of you. And for the “bible” guy who tried to use Jesus Christ to excuse their bad behavior, I would love to be a fly on the wall at his appointment on Judgement Day. “Do unto others as you’d have others do unto you” deal I guess is so 33 AD.
I’m sure none of them want to hear this but the reason this economic problem has been so bad can be laid directly at the feet of Little Chucky Schumer who started a run on a California bank, Barney Frank and Chris Dodds of Freddy and Fanny fame and Barak Hussein Obama of the 450 trillion dollar repayment to his campaign contributors. The Wall Street bailouts were in response to the bad decisions over the years since the Carter administration. Pres. Reagan tried to hold these peoples feet to the fire but no one listened to him. GW Bush in 2003 again raise the warning cry, but again no one listened to him, he was an idiot after all (sarc on). The government told banks to lend money to people and companies that they knew would never be able to repay. They passed regulations to make banks and financial institutions do this. Thanks to the most recent meddling debit cards will now have to be paid for by a service fee. Again causing the working man and women to have to readjust their shrinking budgets.
I realize no one at “Occupy” want’s to hear this truth. I’m sure they won’t believe this truth but it is the truth. Wall Street is not without fault but throwing the baby out with the bath water is not the answer. The answer is making hard choices, working hard and sacrifice.
Something the “occupiers” never learned about from their parents or professors, apparently.