The Sky is Falling AGAIN!!! This time, in the financial market!!!
Original post made by The Sky is Falling!, Greater Miranda, on Apr 18, 2010
Quick, we have to give more power to the Feds over us to "protect" us against the coming financial crisis!! Their Health Care bill didn't do anything we elected them to do, it just gave the bureacrats more power over our bodies and choices...and we have still skyrocketing insurance rates and millions uninsured...,
And, of course, just like the demonizing of health insurance companies ( which this bill did not one thing to fix..including the ever repeated "can't drop ill people" ..since '95 that has been illegal, not coincidentally done during a strong Repub Congress)...we are now going to start demonizing financial companies. Coicidence about Goldman Sachs?
But QUICK, give them the financial markets to control now!! Because Barack says we are going to have a crisis if we don't give him and the Dems control of our financial markets!!
This Admin absolutely despises us and our freedom to let millions of us moving in the market determine the outcome. He/Dems want to control it all, and like tyrants throughout recent history, it is always for "the good of the people" because THIS Admin believes IT is so much smarter than any others over the last 100 years.
Everything this Admin touches gets worse...turns us more and more into France ( not good!!! Why do you think there are more French here than anywhere else in the world??)
Name one thing that is better for any of us now than it was on Nov 5, 2008, the day Repubs lost what little bit of "push back" they had in Bush.
Their Health Care bill didn't do anything we elected them to do, it just gave the bureacrats more power over our bodies and choices...and we have still skyrocketing insurance rates and millions uninsured...,
Let's not give 'em more power over our wallets now!! Be ready to fight back.
Don't let it happen again. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.
Wake up America!
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