"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is big enough to take away everything you have"
Thomas Jefferson

Monday, June 29, 2009

Read My Lips....

The Great One might as well have used the "read my lips..." line on the campaign trail for all the times he said there will be no new taxes on people earning less than $250,000.

What he did not say is that every promise he made came with an expiration date on it.

Axelrod was pressed on whether Obama will draw a line in the sand and veto any bill that funds health care reform with tax hikes for people making under $250,000 a year — a pledge Barack Obama made during the 2008 presidential campaign.

“One of the problems we’ve had in this town is that people draw lines in the sand and they stop talking to each other. And you don’t get anything done. That’s not the way the president approaches us. He is very cognizant of protecting people — middle class people, hard-working people who are trying to get along in a very difficult economy. And he will continue to represent them in these talks,” Axelrod said.
“But they’re also dealing with punishing health care costs, and that’s something that we have to deal with.”

What the heck with the cap and trade policy they are in for a penny, might as well be in for a pound. Keep goin' Messiah we love you and fall to our knees hailing your every move - no matter what.

When will we wake up to him?


Anonymous said...

It doesn't matter, PIV. People have no sense of anything other than party line loyalty. And this Great One guy is black, he's really cool, he like talks real neat, for the first time I'm really like proud. Let it go. The country has changed. Change with it. Fish, feed the dog, enjoy your friends. But the nation is now in the hands of complete fools. There will be no turning back.

Anonymous said...

The majority of NYS brought the load of tripe during the campaign and voted for him. Now, we all get stuck with the bill.

Nice work. Maybe you folks would like to help with his 2012 campaign.


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