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Obama, his language and medicare speech today

Well, I hear that today Obama is going to brag about this $250 they are getting ready to send to seniors in the donut hole.

First off, I don’t think there are that many who are actually in that position.  And for those that are, it means they will have to pay $4500 (I think, I know it’s a lot) in prescription meds at 100 percent of the cost, before the plan picks back up again.  So $250 is nothing – absolutely nothing.  They might as well just keep it.

These people in Washington, D. C. are either stupid or are delusional and out of touch with all reality.

So what a joke it will be for Obama to talk about how wonderful the new health care benefits are for seniors.  I am trying to be controlled and civil, but good grief, it’s just so ridiculous.

And the brochure they sent out is a very expensive print job on slick paper in full color – you would think it was advertising a Bahama vacation or something – which I doubt anyone will read because we all know it’s full of lies and misrepresentations.

Go to the link to read the article at The Hill and also the comments.  I’m not the only one who thinks this is nuts.

But, of course, that does not matter to the Obama administration and Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer and Kathleen Sebelius, and the democrat majority.  They are using strong arm tactics, out and out propaganda full of deceit, and this will not stand in America.

I am pretty angry thinking about this, but I am trying not to resort to language such as our *alleged* president has used recently on national tv for everyone to hear, young and old.  How are you going to tell your children or grandchildren to have respect for the president at this point when you have to try to explain why you won’t let them use such language and the president of the United States uses it.  I do have respect for the presidency but not this president.  None. at. all.


Posted:  06.08.10

P. S.:  And the oil is “thick as pancake batter” on the Gulf Coast shore.

I’m going to go work in the garden.  🙂

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Seems Very Few People Make More Than $250,000 a Year

But is that something to celebrate about?

I’ve seen a few occasions lately where either Barack Obama or Joe Biden asks the crowd, in a mocking manner, how many of you make less than $250,000 a year.  And almost everybody’s hand goes up.  Or how many plumbers do you know who make over $250,000?  And everybody is laughing and applauding as if it is the biggest joke ever told.  What’s to be so proud of?

Something about that scene just really hits me the wrong way.  It’s not how many make more than $250,000 a year but how many would like to make that much.  That’s what Joe the Plumber was talking about.  Not that he made that much, but that he wanted to some day.  This is America.  Anything is possible.  And for asking a question, he got investigated.  And I have heard the argument that it was McCain’s fault for bringing him up without “vetting” him.  But just don’t go there.  Nobody has the right to investigate a private citizen like that.  He has plenty of grounds for a lawsuit and I hope he sues.  Maybe he’ll get his $250,000 or more after all.

And so what are we going to get from Mr. Obama for that negative distinction?  No tax increase?  A tax cut?  A government check?  Maybe, at most, $1000 a year.  I mean, how little are we willing to trade for the American dream and the American way of life?

I was extremely opposed to the bailout because I believe it was caused at its core by the forced lending of money to those who had no ability to pay it back.  There’s a lot of dishonestly going on there and I hate it.  But the answer to owning a home is having the opportunity to make more money so one can truly afford it.  I wish everybody made over $250,000 a year.  But how does it help a person to give them something they can’t afford and then come back a few years later and take it back?

In so many ways, Barack Obama just doesn’t seem to see America as I do.  I believe the least dependence a person has on the federal government, the better.  And why his choice of words in a recent speech, “the American people have been vindicated?”  What were we accused of?  Somehow when he speaks it seems he is referring to Americans as some great unwashed mass that he is not a part of.

And then I hear him complaining about the Constitution, the same Constitution he is supposed to Preserve, Protect, and Defend, the one that gives him and all of us our rights in this country.  And Joe Biden says, “the world is watching.”  That we will have an international crisis to test Obama’s mettle, he guarantees it.

If he is elected, there will be change, all right.  A lot more change than I want to see.  I don’t want “real and lasting change.”

Vote McCain/Palin.

(I’ve already voted for them, by the way – early voting.)

Oops, I just this minute heard him say the $250,000 is now down to under $200,000.

Posted:  10.29.08


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