One of the Facebook employees, you know the crowd who are going to save the Planet by enabling young mindless kids to “socially network”, pitched a softball to Obama by asking his opinion if Paul Ryan was courageous for being the first to propose solutions to the country's debt and spending addictions. Obama answered that Ryan was a Radical (unlike Jihadists who murder innocents). He went on to say, 'you are not courageous if you try to solve a problem on the backs of the poor, the powerless, those who don't have lobbyists, and those without clout'.
Well, Paul Ryan is courageous and Obama is DESPICABLE. Let me spell that out for you. His demagoguery generates hatred and contempt while separating Americans. His messages are despicable. At Facebook he sits with this billionaire punk who has a history of law suits claiming he cheated and stole from his work associates and accuses the top 10% of tax payers who pay 97% of all taxes and provide most of the jobs in the US of riding the backs of their parents and fellow Americans. Most of our charitable contributions come from this 10%. The top 1% represents over 30% of the spending in our economy. Every Obama remark and deceitful comment is orchestrated by a sleazy Chicago character by the name of David Axelrod.
Axelrod has a long successful record of manipulating voters to elect primarily black candidates in large populated areas. This strategy worked against Hillary Clinton and John McCain in 2008. Axelrod has resigned as Obama’s top aide to return to Chicago where is he managing Obama’s re-election. You just have to look at Axelrod’s background to see how this strategy operates. In 1985, Axelrod formed a political consultancy company, Axelrod & Associates. In 1987 he worked on the successful re-election campaign of Harold Washington, Chicago's first black mayor. This established his first experience in working with black politicians. Axelrod styles himself a ‘specialist in urban politics’ while The Economist notes he specializes in ‘packaging black candidates for white voters’. Axelrod was the key player in the following elections. Corruption and scandals followed in every case. Sorry to dip into the weeds, but if we don't we are apt to get fooled again:
Harold Washington, Chicago: Washington's first term in office was characterized by ugly, racially polarized battles. Other first-term items include overall city population loss, increased crime, and a massive decrease in revenue to the City. This helped earn the city the nickname Beirut on the Lake, and many people wondered if Chicago would ever recover or face the more permanent declines of other cities in the Midwest. (Sound familiar)
Michael White, Cleveland: In July 2005, it was revealed by the FBI wired White's office. As a result two of White's closest associates, Nate Gray and Ricardo Teamora admitted to bribery of public officials. When asked by Cleveland news reporters about the incident White stated: "For public consumption, I have not made a comment and I’ve seen no reason to change my position. It’s a Nate Gray matter, not a Mike White matter." However, it was revealed that White may have traded construction and parking for bribes that were paid through Gray. Federal prosecutors are reportedly investigating these corruption charges.
Anthony Williams, Washington, D.C.: In 2002, Williams ran for reelection and stumbled into a political scandal. The firm which he hired to collect signatures to put his name on the Democratic Primary ballot had irregularities with hundreds of names on the petitions. As a result of the irregular petitions, the Williams campaign was fined $277,700 and his name was removed from the Democratic Primary ballot
Lee Brown, Houston: Brown's 2001 reelection was one of the last major political campaigns supported by the Houston-based Enron Corporation, which collapsed in a financial scandal only days after Brown's reelection.
John Street, Philadelphia: During Street’s re-election campaign against Sam Katz the FBI acknowledged that it had placed listening devices in the Mayor's office as part of a sweeping investigation of municipal corruption. The FBI's investigation uncovered a corruption scheme led by Street's friend and fund raiser Ron White who died before going to trial. In September 2005, a prominent Muslim clergyman, Shamsud-din Ali, in Philadelphia was sentenced to more than seven years in prison on racketeering and other charges. Prosecutors said the cleric, who was once a member of Mayor John F. Street's transition team, used his political connections to obtain dubious loans, donations and city contracts. Mr. Ali was sentenced to 87 months in prison.
Axelrod additionally represented honored politicians such as John Edwards and Eliot Spitzer, a couple of really trusted public servants.
Axelrod’s flim flam pitch is simple, clear, and speeding forward. It is to spend more than $1B to seek out urban voters who “hate the rich” folks in the suburbs and in those country rural red states who call themselves Tea Partiers. These non-urban folks are radical, mean, and out to take advantage of those who have not been as lucky. Thank goodness all rich people aren’t like that. People like Obama and the punk from Facebook who got millions of dollars of free publicity from the President in this one appearance alone. No wonder Obama and friends think rich people are lucky. Obama made his money on a book written by Bill Ayers, co-founder of a self-described communist revolutionary group that conducted a campaign of bombing public buildings during the 1960s. The Facebook punk allegedly stole his product from college friends. A product, that second to drugs, probably poses more of a threat to teens than anything else in our society. And Soros has been lucky enough to manipulate currencies and financial markets bringing whole economies to their knees. I guess the labor unions and wall street guys (they are rich) are lucky to have Obama to provide taxpayer bailouts.
The country faces a test: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool us twice, we are complete fools!!
Think about it,