Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., criticizes mainstream media for not reporting loads of pork in proposed legislation.

Listen to me people...YOU ARE ALL BEING SUCKERED. This is economic fear mongering to force the sheeple to beg for crumbs and SOCIALISM while Obama and his thugs fly around in private jets.

Did you people ever notice that the very very wealthy are backing Obama? I thought the rich go with the Republicans? That is the lie that the media has brainwashed you to believe. The very wealthy elite are backing the SOCIALIST DICTATOR, so they have absolute power when Obama and his left wing thugs are ready to make their move.

Liberal fascism, environmental fascism, economic fascism? OPEN YOUR EYES .........

Is the new Obama administration taking cues from the Bush administration to get Congress to act? It certainly seemed that way to, South Carolina’s junior Republican senator, Jim DeMint.

DeMint, speaking Jan. 27 at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., explained the Obama administration will “create crisis and widespread panic” just like its predecessor in order to get Congress to act expeditiously.

“I’ve been around long enough to know whenever someone tells me I have to make a decision right now, my response is no,” DeMint said. “That clears it up right away and I think more and more the Bush administration and now this administration knows that they’re not going to get a quick reaction out of Congress unless they create crisis and widespread panic. And that’s going to be their M.O. to get Congress to act.”

Another senator, James Inhofe, R-Okla., explained the Bush administration used a similar tactic, under the direction of former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, to get the $700-billion TARP bailout bill passed by Congress back on Oct. 4, 2008.

DeMint said some Republicans now regret they voted for the TARP package, even though there is no way to gauge what might have happened had it not been passed.


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