Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Obama cancelled Christmas

Dad: President Obama still seems sure his two daughters Sasha, right, and Malia are on the road to success even if the country falls flat on its face

Recently, Obama was direly quoted as saying, "My kids will succeed even if America doesn't."  This is not one of those "out of context" speeches.  This is direct.  Please look it up online everywhere.  Even if you're a rabid and blind commie-lover, you can't help but agree how fracked up this sounds.  You can see his kids squirming at the evil of it in the photo above.  They don't want to be a part of this.  Also, Sasha's heart has fallen (on the right).  Malia (on the left) is like, "Aw, shit.  He didn't just say that?!  My dad is killing America."  She's probably also thinking, "My dad just cancelled Christmas!"

There are tons of people who don't have health insurance, because the current Obama Care doesn't cover them, and standard insurance has quadrupled in the last few months in preparation for the devastating blow that will cripple our nation.  You see, my mother doesn't work any more, but she makes too much money to receive free medical now.  Zero dollars is too much.  It turns out, you need $-33,000/yr. to receive free medical (it has to be in monthly checks of negative dollars).

Currently, there's a battle against the Repubs to increase taxes on everyone's payroll.  If your household makes a rather good $50,000 a year, your taxes will go up 10%.  This includes miltary members.  Also, unemployment benefits will be made smaller (they're pretty small right now) and Medicare will be cut in half.  Repubs are trying to stop this but it's a stalemate.  Default of a stalemate is that it goes through.

Here's what Republican Mitt Romney had to say about things in New Hampshire recently:

Mitt Romney, in a speech last night that his campaign billed as his “closing argument’’ before Republican voters start selecting their nominee, focused almost exclusively on President Obama and cast the election as “a battle for America’s soul.’’
“This is an election not to replace a president but to save a vision of America,’’ Romney said before a crowd of about 150 at the Bedford Town Hall. “It’s a choice between two destinies.’’
Romney used particularly sharp rhetoric, casting Obama as divisive, someone who, instead of lifting the country up, uses “the invisible boot of government to bring us all down.’’
“I have a vision of a very different America, an America united not by our limits but by our ambitions, our hopes, and our shared dreams,’’ Romney said, wearing jeans and an open-collared shirt and reading from a prompter. “I am tired of a president who wakes up every day, looks out across America, and is proud to announce, ‘It could be worse.’ It could be worse? Is that what it means to be an American? It could be worse?’’
As he has in recent days, Romney accused Obama of creating “an entitlement society’’ where Americans are too reliant on government.

It's true, every word of it.  The rich pay 70% of all of America's taxes and often pay over 60% of their income.  Why not a flat tax?  Isn't that fair and even?  I'd like to think so.  I wonder if Cain's mistresses were paid-off to stop such nonsense?  At least he had a business plan.

Sometimes I wonder if Republicans aren't on some other non-economic agenda.  Personally, all I care about is economic growth of the US and a strong military to protect us against foreign invaders.  Everything else is pretty much pointless to me, though several Repubs really are for anti-abortion laws and gun-freedom.  I see a lot of Dems voting for personal rights of gay-marriage/rights.  Sometimes I see rather intelligent folks voting for only those reasons, as it's their soul agenda.  Since gun-freedom is a liberal point of view, wouldn't Dems back-up that?  If that was the case, would Repubs swing over suddenly?  I don't think these 3 issues listed should be involved in picking a governments.  Since the issues are too polarizing, they should be dropped.  By doing this, people could focus on what matters as a government and not what matters as a religious or personal freedom.  I say we leave it to the families to decide those 3 things and move on, then maybe we could get some intellectual voting (or more than likely, no one would vote because then it wouldn't matter to them).  Silly issues, those 3.  Waste of time.  Leave it to the States to decide, so if you don't like it you can move to another State and still be an American.  Shrug.

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