posted on Dec, 1 2008 @ 12:07 AM
The first 100 days huh?
OK, I'll give it a shot.
Please remember these are my opinions and not something I care to argue about.
I expect Obama's first 100 days to be but the beginning of the tragedy I see as his presidency. Now I understand, unlike Bush Bashers, that the
President has only so much power and is limited in his scope; he will however, for the first two years have a Senate and Congress that is also in line
with Liberal Socialist ideology.
He will increase taxes. Most importantly he will increase them on the very people/corporations that are paying the bulk of the tax base now. What this
will cause is quite simple. Those people/corporations will not willingly accept a lower profit margin. So in order to offset the Obama tax increases,
they will 1) Raise prices on their goods or services and 2) reduce their work force. Thus we will see massive lay-offs and increased cost of living.
Even though this will be directly caused by the increase in taxes, it will of course be blamed on Bush and the public, having been properly
manipulated by the MSM, will accept this.
He will reduce spending. The problem is exactly where he will reduce the spending. Expect a smaller, less capable and far less effective military to
come out of this administration. Expect abject surrender in Iraq and the Islamic Fascists to gain a massive foothold in that area. Expect more
domestic terrorism problems due to the reasons outlined above.
Higher gas prices are most definitely in his future. One of the core democrat/liberal foundations is to increase the price of gasoline to promote less
usage and further the global warming myth. Furthering the publics dependency of the general public on the federal government. Another core liberal
As anyone that knows or reads political history knows, the Republicans tried to warn all of us about the impending doom of Fannie and Freddie. This
was constantly shouted down by the Democrats as Republicans not wanting fair housing. Even discrimination was alleged. What we will see early on in
this administration is a furtherance of the bailouts and in addition, we will see the Federal Government beginning to exercise control over the now
vast holdings they obtained through the bailouts.
We are not going to see a National Health care, not right off. What you will see is an increase in the welfare programs that are fraught with what
some experts consider a 65% fraud rate. Food stamps, SSI, AFDC, all will experience a meteoric rise with the accompanying rate of fraud.
After two years of moving the country towards a Socialist state, the American Public will wake up and vote the Liberals out of the house and senate.
Thus neutering Obama for his final two in office.
Remember that Conservatism did NOT lose this time around. There was not a Conservative on the ticket for us to choose from except Palin and the MSM
could not get past her speaking mistakes to take notice of the "57 state" mistakes; among others. The hypocrisy of this election astounded me.
I feel as if McCain voted for and supported Obama all through this election. I have never been witness to an election that was bought and sold than
this one. Yet I have hope.
I have faith in the American People. Faith in their perseverance and tenacity. Faith in their belief in a hand up and not a hand out. This next few
years will be a wonderful awakening for the public at large. While nothing that happens will ever change the true hard core socialist, the general
public will get tired of paying the bill for those that wont work.
Well folks, that's exactly how I see it. To the point of selling my stocks and interests in the two business I held and buying gold. (Stuffing some
in jars around the yard too.. Don't ask where I live )
Just like in 2006 when we had a growing economy, historic low jobless rate and booming housing market; I told you then what would happen when you
voted the Democrats into power...Now two years later and your still blaming Bush... Common sense as gone awry..
I am proudly saying...
I told you so
In two more years, I will again...