Monday, October 13, 2008

Will Radical Socialists Steal the Rest of America?

The radical socialists have stolen our retirement money, they have stolen the values of our homes, they have ruined and closed our banks and stolen the value of our vote, and, now, the polls say, they will apply the final coupe de grace with an Obama victory in November. First they infiltrated our schools and colleges and our media; then the liberal Democrats passed laws that extorted and forced banks into giving home mortgages to persons who had no chance of repaying these loans – to people with little or no income – in the guise of “fairness”. It’s not “fair”, you see, that you who worked and saved and planned and purchased a home that you could and did afford should have a home, while those who are unable to earn an adequate income should not have their own homes.

Under the pressure of regulations and fines, banks gave out millions of these loans, which led to an atmosphere of widespread fraud and enticed normally honest people into dishonesty, not only among the recipients, but also among the financial institutions and government-backed enterprises such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, which bought and packaged these mortgages. So many fraudulent, subprime mortgages were issued to so many people that a housing bubble was created, and when the bubble burst, the book values of these mortgages and the derivatives based on them also crashed.

While these socialists were putting in place this corruption of the American dream – this fraud on honest home buyers and savers, they were also electing more socialists (Democrats) through corrupt organizations we funded, like ACORN, who were registering non-existent people to vote. ACORN, which is also heavily involved in the housing scandal, was not registering Republicans, they were registering fraudulent Democrat votes.

Even though the liberal, Obama-supporting, mainstream press have tried to keep these facts from American voters, we have learned who the politicians were who have been most involved in this disaster. They are Chris Dodd, Barney Frank and Barack Obama. Obama, with his ACORN connections and former role as a “community organizer”, received huge contributions from Fannie Mae and hired their corrupt ex-managers to work in his campaign. Dodd and Frank prevented any action to restrict the lending practices of both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Dodd not only received favorable treatment on his own home mortgage, but collected more in political contributions than any other Senator. Since Obama entered the Senate, he has collected the most in contributions from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Please vote accordingly

The coming liberal thugocracy

Michael Barone October 13, 2008 Washington Times (Excerpt)

“"I need you to go out and talk to your friends and talk to your neighbors," Barack Obama told a crowd in Elko, Nev. "I want you to talk to them whether they are independent or whether they are Republican. I want you to argue with them and get in their face." Actually, Obama supporters are doing a lot more than getting into people's faces. They seem determined to shut people up.

That's what Obama supporters, alerted by campaign e-mails, did when conservative Stanley Kurtz appeared on Milt Rosenberg's WGN radio program in Chicago. Mr. Kurtz had been researching Mr. Obama's relationship with unrepentant Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers in Chicago Annenberg Challenge papers in the Richard J. Daley Library in Chicago - papers that were closed off to him for some days, apparently at the behest of Obama supporters.

Obama fans jammed WGN's phone lines and sent in hundreds of protest e-mails. The message was clear to anyone who would follow Mr. Rosenberg's example. We will make trouble for you if you let anyone make the case against The One.

Other Obama supporters have threatened critics with criminal prosecution. In September, St. Louis County Circuit Attorney Bob McCulloch and St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce warned citizens that they would bring criminal libel prosecutions against anyone who made statements against Mr. Obama that were "false." I had been under the impression that the Alien and Sedition Acts had gone out of existence in 1801-'02. Not so, apparently, in metropolitan St. Louis. Similarly, the Obama campaign called for a criminal investigation of the American Issues Project when it ran ads highlighting Mr. Obama's ties to Mr. Ayers….

Corporate liberals have done their share in shutting down anti-liberal speech, too. "Saturday Night Live" ran a spoof of the financial crisis that skewered Democrats like House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank and liberal contributors Herbert and Marion Sandler, who sold toxic-waste-filled Golden West to Wachovia Bank for $24 billion. Kind of surprising, but not for long. The tape of the broadcast disappeared from NBC's Web site and was replaced with another that omitted the references to Mr. Frank and the Sandlers. Evidently NBC and its parent, General Electric, don't want people to hear speech that attacks liberals.

Then there's the Democrats' "card check" legislation that would abolish secret ballot elections in determining whether employees are represented by unions. The unions' strategy is obvious: Send a few thugs over to employees' homes - we know where you live - and get them to sign cards that will trigger a union victory without giving employers a chance to be heard.

Once upon a time, liberals prided themselves, with considerable reason, as the staunchest defenders of free speech. Union organizers in the 1930s and 1940s made the case that they should have access to employees to speak freely to them, and union leaders like George Meany and Walter Reuther were ardent defenders of the First Amendment.

Today's liberals seem to be taking their marching orders from other quarters. Specifically, from the college and university campuses where administrators, armed with speech codes, have for years been disciplining and subjecting to sensitivity training any students who dare to utter thoughts that liberals find offensive. The campuses that once prided themselves as zones of free expression are now the least free part of our society.

Obama supporters who found the campuses congenial and Mr. Obama himself, who has chosen to live all his adult life in university communities, seem to find it entirely natural to suppress speech they don't like and seem utterly oblivious to claims this violates the letter and spirit of the First Amendment. In this campaign, we have seen the coming of the Obama thugocracy, suppressing free speech, and we may see its flourishing in the four or eight years ahead.” Washington Times

• Michael Barone is a nationally syndicated columnist, respected by all sides.

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At 3:05 PM, Anonymous Joe said...

I know a guy in my community who loves politics and is a staunch Democrat. He simply lives to get out and knock on doors and hold up signs for a Democratic candidate, regardless of who it is. As much as I like this guy, I think that he is out of touch with reality. Karl Marx would have classified this man as a "useful idiot." There are a lot of people like him in this country, and I fear that they live in the past. They just don't know the issues and they refuse to learn the truth. God help us all!

At 1:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow do you sound angry! Now we're no longer liberals, we're redical socialists. I think that if I sumbitted my political and ecomonic ideas to my old poli sci prof as evidence that I am a socialist, he'd give my an "F." But, what the hey.

I understand that your belief system requires that if anyytime anything in the universe goes wrong it Jimmy Carter's, Bill Clinton's and/or the Congressional Democrats fault, but, boy, are you far afield on the subprime crash. Fanny and Freddy did not cause this mess. This thing was a freight train steaming though the country with or with them.

I'd love to talk to you about it sometime when you have a hour or so to kill.

Bob Dahl

At 12:03 PM, Blogger RussWilcox said...

You can't know how angry I am, and I don't see any attempt to refute anything I said except to say Fannie and Freddie are not the cause. They are certainly a major part of it.


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