Friday, September 26, 2008

Economics of Mass Destruction?

Or something to be really concerned about?

I believe the massive overhaul being contemplated by lawmakers in regards to out-of-control greed is something long overdue. But why does my psychic sixth sense keep insisting that it's the political shenanigans staged by the Bush administration that demand the utmost attention and concern?

Nothing he says rings true. His statement that failure to pass the largest federal bail-out of all time without checks and balances in the quickest time frame possible would lead to a "long and painful recession" sounds an awful lot like the "weapons of mass destruction" excuse he used to bribe Americans into letting their children be killed in Iraq while efforts to capture Osama Bin Ladin (never believed to be in Iraq) were left behind.

What's really going on?

Well, it is an election year. And the Republicans know they won the last election because Bush was a wartime president dedicated to "saving us" from terrorists. You know, those SAUDI terrorists, relatives of Papa Bush's closest friends? The ones that supposedly justified us invading two nations (Afghanistan and Iraq) where Saudi Arabian / American oil interests would like a nice oil pipeline built? You know, those terrorists. (In case any of us have forgotten, Osama Bin Laden and all the terrorists associated with 9-11 were/are Saudi Arabian, not Afghan, not Iraqi.)

Who are these people and what are they really up to? Making a lot of money on the backs of average citizens, ruining our economy for their own private gain, and getting away with it scott-free.


kim* said...

politics shmolitics, it's too confusing. all i know is i am not going to put my heart in to trusting anyone...everyone fails at one thing or one is perfect.

Kala Pohl Studio said...

Yes, I know what you mean:) Food for thought, isn't it?