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Go John Go!

Obama has been pushing for this “Stimulus” package to be passed quickly.  I have to ask why?  What is the rush?  What is the harm in waiting 6 months for people to take a good look at a bill that proposes spending over $800 billion?   Those of you who are astute will realize I just answered my own question.  These liberal democrats don’t want people to take a close look at this bill, because they are trying to pull the wool over our eyes with words like “crisis” and “change.”  They are hiding behind people’s fear.

It is like the used car salesman who claim that he can give you a great deal on a Lexus, but you have to act NOW!  You will never again be able to get a deal like this.  There are no time for questions.  There is someone else right over there who wants the car.  So, you sign.  You drive off the lot with your brand new “deal” and watch as the engine falls out as you are driving home.  He pressured you into a BAD DECISION!  That is what this bill is a bad decision.

I’m glad someone is not fooled by all this nonsense.

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February 9, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

2 Comments »

  1. AMEN!!! We spent last night watching the TIVO’d Sunday night’s 60 minutes interview of Sully the pilot of the airplane that crashed in the Potomac river. It was 40 minutes well spent with encouraging words of good news and proof positive that the Hand of God helped him lay that plane down right where he did.

    Comment by Suzanne Cooley | February 10, 2009

  2. In Florida a few minutes ago his comment was, “Obama: ‘When the town is burning, you don’t check party labels’ That doesn’t even make sense. It’s fear moungering. Plain and simple. I agree (shockingly enough)with FDR. We have nothing to fear, but fear itself.
    If you care to read……FDR’s first inaugural addreess. As relevant today as then.

    http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/fdrfirstinaugural.html

    Comment by Mom (Better known as Nana) | February 10, 2009


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