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U.S. Liberals Write and Voted for America's Eulogy



February 10, 2009 – Comments (7)

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Dear Diary,

America up and committed suicide.
We're screwed.

1)  Recipients of Medicare now have to deal with wrongful treatments and poor hospital conditions as Federal Government has new authority to dictate Hospital Funding, Treatments allowed and not allowed to any given patient, and so much more.

Universal Health Care has been past...or at least the worst parts of it.

2) Short Term Tax Breaks will act no different than Welfare Checks....

3)  Tim Geithner just revealed today that he doesn't have the slightest clue what in God's Name he's doing as Secretary Treasury when he's a Tax Cheat and a THIEF....

4)  President Obama's "Re-election Bill" just passed.... Great for his re-election....But not great for America.

In short...  All we are going to do is spend re-distribute wealth towards all sorts of Liberal Pet Projects and accomplish NO Stimulus of any kind, shape, or form.

DOW  6,000   IS IMINENT!     This time we surpass the November 20th low.  

What's next?  DOLLAR will crash soon and Oil Prices and Commodities will continue to Skyrocket.

7 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On February 10, 2009 at 1:30 PM, WeenTang (26.19) wrote:



1776 - 2009

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#2) On February 10, 2009 at 1:39 PM, russiangambit (28.87) wrote:

Yes, of course, all the trouble with the US financial system and the bursting housing bubbule is "liberals" fault. The most conservative , or you could say "free market",  country in the world,  - the US is brought down by liberals.

Then I wonder how the more socialist countries such as Canada and countries in West Europe still survive.

My view is that the debt is the true result of this crisis. Does debt has party affiliations?

In the US, for the last 20 years evertything was working towards making savings unprofitable. Interest rates were kept aritificially low. So, the only way to "save" money was to invest it in houses and stocks, thus creating the bubbles. 

Taking debt on is encouraged by the government since interest on debt financing is tax free.

And then, the economists and politicians have the nerve to preach to us that we "don't save enough". Well, make it worthwhile to save and we will.

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#3) On February 10, 2009 at 1:52 PM, BradAllenton (31.74) wrote:

DOW  6,000   IS IMINENT!

ya, NOW it's iminent for sure, every other economic signal that has been screaming 6000 or lower for over a year be damned. The mess the liberals have gotten us into over the last 12 years of republican control is staggering. The "conservative" party only doubled the national debt, just think of what is to come if we try to make life and health a right instead of a privilege. I think all the conservatives should revolt and move to Mexico or Canada. I can't believe how bad the dems have screwed all this up in just 3 weeks it's almost as if it has erased all the stuff that they found waiting for them. Nice try.....

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#4) On February 10, 2009 at 3:00 PM, philippalmer (91.91) wrote:

"porkulus" bill...don't see many jobs being created in this one.  I just hope my money stops disappearing in my accounts soon.

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#5) On February 10, 2009 at 3:49 PM, DemonDoug (30.96) wrote:

Dems and 'Pubs are equally awful with fiscal insanity.

The difference is Dems hand out money to the poorer and less fortunate, whereas the 'Pubs hand out money goes to bombs to blow up people who had nothing to do with ever attacking us, oh yeah and to maintain imperial spheres of influence all around the globe.

Neither is good, the neo-con way is just worse of the two evils imo.

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#6) On February 10, 2009 at 4:52 PM, Varchild2008 (84.02) wrote:

Housing Crisis = Liberal Crisis.  We placed affirmative action policies on mortgages back in the 1990s.

And again.  As I continue to see often... People always resort to party affiliation as some kind of clue into ideology.  It is not.

If a complete stranger announces that he/she is  Republican.  The last thing in your mind should be "Conservative / Liberal."  Simply put, there is absolutely no way to know who is a conservative or a liberal when all you know is party affiliation.

John McCain is a great example of that.  He may be Republican, but he sure as heck is several million miles away from conservative.   Susan Collins, Arlen Specter, and Snowe were the LIBERALS who were Republicans that voted for the Porkulous bill today.

Conservatives have been steeming mad more at the Republican Party than the Democrat Party in the last 8 years for their ridiculous liberalism.

Conservatives essentially do not have any political party to vote for.  We haven't had one since Ronald Reagon concluded his 2nd term in office.  After Ronald Reagon it has been "Small Liberal Party" versus "Big Liberal Party" pick one.

Neither party is conservative.  No one follows conservative principles anymore.  That is why nothing conservative... not 1 thing... not 1.... is in the bill.

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#7) On February 10, 2009 at 7:55 PM, WeenTang (26.19) wrote:

I'm with you Varchild.  Both the Republicans and Democrats care only about two things.

1) Get elected

2) Gain power

Beyond that, they couldn't care less.  It is funny to watch Democrats use the same lines Republicans used when they were in power and Republicans use the old Democrat lines. 

I'm just sitting back and waiting for the revolution.

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