Monday, September 08, 2008

George Bush the Communist

Today, the government bailed out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. They basically took them over and now they are run by the government. When Chavez does this, he is a rotten communist, when Putin does this, he's considered evil. On top of this, the board of directors for these corporations and their executives aren’t being prosecuted, investigated or even castigated. When Enron screwed up, they hung them out to dry and went after the management. That was the right thing to do. Now we have a situation that cries out, duplicity. Now the big three automakers are making noise that they want preferential loans to bail them out. Now why did Bush and the government do this? They will say that with our economy in the state that it is, we can’t afford this instability. I think there are two additional reasons that need to be examined One, the world is moving towards a more socialist political economy, with government more involved with business. America is sliding towards this. Additionally, the 2008 presidential election looms and an economic failure during the Bush administration would make a McCain/Palin victory impossible. As much as I’d rather see them get elected than the Neo-Com socialist O’Stymie and his boy blunder Biden, I think it bears some truth. All Bush needs to do now is don the red beret.

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Mike F said...

I am glad other see this as it is... scary and wrong... granted the finacial world may have hurt badly but ...

I am so surprised that no one other than those of us who think from time to time see this a big deal.

Thanks again for getting the word out, what's next, healthcare!


Jim Lagnese said...

Thanks Mike. Bush has been a disappointment, to say the least and it's not over yet. He's in until January 19th.

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