The Blame-Game is Getting Old

The “Chosen One” President Barrack Hussein Obama is failing miserably as president of the United States. He ran on a platform of “Change” but he and the Democrats are playing the same old games and even inventing some new ones.

We have bailed out Wall Street, and awarded several key positions in the Administration to Wall Street wonks who helped to orchestrate the financial collapse we are currently bogged down in. We have bailed out the auto industry and created a Government run auto company, GM – once General Motors, now Government Motors.

We have subsidized the sales of GM products through a program called “Cash for Clunkers”, which lasted for about a month, has left dozens of the few remaining dealerships with huge debts for rebates due to lack of payment from the Government. In addition the non-profit sector, which for the last few years has found a cash cow in the donation of vehicles as tax deductible donations, is getting hurt because people would rather turn in their “clunker” for a hand out from their own pocket… because it is taxes that pay for the so called rebates, instead of donating the car to an organization that actually does some good.

Obama has taken every opportunity for his and the Democratic run congress’s failures, to blame his predecessor George W. Bush and the Republican party. Even today he is blaming the Republicans for a “vast right wing conspiracy” to bring down his “Obamacare” health reform. We have heard these accusations of a ‘VRWC” before, from the current Secretary of State, Mrs. Hillary Clinton. She blamed the Republicans of the same thing, but it turned out to be a “vast” girl in a blue dress that performed the flag salute in the Oval Office. We never did hear if she was from the right or the left, only that she didn’t have a dry cleaner.

Here is Obama in his own words: “”I think early on, a decision was made by the Republican leadership that said, ‘Look, let’s not give him a victory, maybe we can have a replay of 1993, ’94, when Clinton came in, he failed on health care and then we won in the mid-term elections and we got the majority.”

It is possible that the Republican leadership said this, but the problem with his argument is that the Republican leadership has no power. They couldn’t stop anything in the either house of Congress, even if they wanted to. What Obama and his Democratic Congress, are afraid of is the reality that the people of this country actually care. They are scared that people have decided to actually read what is in the Health Bill, and that we the people don’t like it. But, and even deeper felt fear comes from the fact that many of these Democratic lifers, fear for the safety of their seats of power.

The Democratic Party has created a Frankenstein monster called HR3200 and it is turning on its creator. The Democrats could simply force the bill through, without any compromise, and get the imprimatur from Obama and there is nothing we the people or the Republican Party can do about it.

If the plan is so good for the country, and we the people are just too dumb to get it, why doesn’t Obama part the seas and lead us all to the promise land of government run health care? Could it be that the plan is flawed, or is it merely that the Democrats have finally got the White House and Congress, and have in less than a year screwed up so badly that they know their days of power are numbered?

I think it is probably both.

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One thought on “The Blame-Game is Getting Old

  1. You are correct about cash for clunkers hurting car donation charities. When the program was first propsed, we asked that the c4c cars go to charity. The charity would then decide the best use for the car. Those in good shape would be sold or given to the poor. Those that were truly “clunkers” sould be junked. Our concerns were not considered.

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