Connecting Dots between NYC, Goldman Sachs, and us
Original post made by Somewhat Dispassionate on Apr 21, 2010
A thread was shut down, ( not deleted, just shut down), a few days ago about "The Sky is Falling" related to the upcoming attempt to take over yet more private markets by this Admin ( through the cover of "financial reform", like the private health industry was just hijacked under cover of "health care reform".)
I wrote that post..perhaps I was a bit too angry and sarcastic when I wrote it, since it seemed to kick off some real nasty push back.
Hence the shut down. I appreciated it being left up, and just locked down to prevent more bile.
Thus, I offer this very reasoned and carefully devoid of emotion post, linking to 2 well known columnists who do a much better job of painting the big picture for us busy folks to see.
Whatever you may think of what is happening in our country, I recommend you read these two links. They relate to the same ideas. Very important that intelligent people wake up and connect the dots ..and vote wisely in the future for the good of the generations to follow us.
Michael Goodwin's NY Post Political Commentary Web Link is great today. It is called "Welcome to the City you want to Ruin, Obama" and is related to Pres. Obama's scheduled NYC visit. A great read about what the "unintended" ( presumably...) consequences are of every decision made so far by this President on NYC. Perhaps he will go down in history as the SECOND 9/11, as far as I can tell, on NYC, and on us. ( Ok..maybe that was a little bit too much emotion).
Michelle Malkin's Political Commentary Web Link re" All the President's Goldman Sachs men" is also great at connecting the dots about what is happening with what some of us would call an abuse of the power of White House/Congress while some of us work and don't pay attention.
I recommend both links, taking the 5-10 minutes to read both that it will take.
Thanks for reading this far.
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