The fascist kenyan is doing to us and the economy what FDR did in the 30s; he’s making the depression WORSE while he and his family live high on the hog (or like high-living hogs).
Socialism is for the little people, not the socialist rulers.
FUBO & FAD
The Federal Reserve, and the power of the Federal Gov’t to take-on massive amounts of debt, are the only thing propping up Obama’s progressive fantasies.
Great stuff here.
But...but...but... unemployment is down, the markets are flourishing, housing market is better than in “four years,” right, right?
We’re in recovering! Woo-hoo!
Absolutely not the worst five years since the Great Depression.
The worst five years since the Great Depression were from the moment that President Nixon imposed Wage and Price Controls and closed the gold window.
I’m planning for two futures:
1. like World Depression I (WDI), things will be sour for a long time, eventually reaching a new “normal” and we will slowly grow from there.
My farm I moved to in central Kentucky from Seattle will serve me well for either. I’m hoping for the former, but if the latter happens, I strongly believe it is the one so much bible prophesy discusses. Maybe I should be hoping for the latter...
Killing the American economy is hard work but with four more years to go Barry just may do it.
“Well, the results are in, and under President Obama the American people have now suffered the worst 5 years since the Great Depression...”
Easy to believe; I’m in my sixties, and I, personally, have never seen anything so bad.
What is NOT easy to believe, however - what, in fact, utterly defies credulity - is that Americans voted for four more years of the feckless, gormless goon who’s not only done nothing whatsoever to alleviate this mess, but who spent four yers making it infinitely worse.
The word “idiots” used to characterize the American electorate falls far short in the circumstances.
At its core, Obamanomics is a replay of Rooseveltian-Keynesian-New Deal economics, featuring increasing taxes and regulation of the private sector, and endless new government spending with the government largesse directed to the administration's biggest supporters, "justified" by intensive class warfare rhetoric. Contrary to standard American history history textbooks, these policies prolonged the Great Depression for about seven years after Roosevelt assumed office.
So no one familiar with the true history of the Great Depression can be surprised at the dismal results of Obama's economic policies. Those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it, as Santayana said.