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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Barack Obama (Prez. Flip-Flop)

"I don't think things are ever as good as they say, or ever as bad as they say...Things two years ago were not as good as we thought because there were a lot of underlying weaknesses in the economy. They're not as bad as we think they are now."

**W, w, w, w, wait a minute! For the past six months Obama has gone on and on about the United States being in the 'worst economic situation since the Great Depression.' He's told us if his programs aren't put in place we may never get out of our current recession. He's called it a "crisis," a "catastrophe," said we may end up in another Great Depression, or even worse stated we may get into a situation we may never recover from.

So, what is the truth? Are things "as bad as they say"? Or are they "not as bad as we think they are"? Last week Obama's favorite billionaire (Warren Buffet) said the economy 'is going over the cliff'...Nothing has 'really' changed in the American economy, yet Obama is now telling us we don't need to worry as much as he told us to worry for the past six months. Hmmm??

Barack has simply shifted gears. He's noticed his approval numbers, though still high, have started going down, and he's also noticed the American people are sick of hearing gloom and doom from our president, as well as the need to keep spending our children's future...So, he's made a calculated, strategic decision to talk up the economy.

But what does Barack really think? No one knows what Obama really thinks, and he doesn't care what we think he thinks...All he cares is how we feel, and he will do or say whatever it takes to put a smile on our faces, because if we are plump and content we won't pay attention to the "radical transformation" he's pulling over on us.

If things are "not as bad as we think they are" then why do we need such "radical transformation"? Keep asking yourself this question, and don't be surprised if Barack shifts back into gloom and doom mode when it's time for the next spending bill.**



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