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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Monday, October 06, 2008

An excuse to expand government and welfare

Welfare state failures are at bottom of the crisis

By Star Parker
As our financial markets totter, as homes go into foreclosure, as Wall Street executives lose millions, as Americans have more and more difficulty getting loans, can anyone be happy?

Certainly. Those on the left who now, with unbounded glee, pen obituaries for the free market.

One can sense their joy as they have, they think, the last laugh.

Bernie Sanders, the far left senator from Vermont, was almost giddy on Larry Kudlow's TV show recently to hear free-marketer Kudlow endorse the bailout and tell Kudlow that he is glad to see he has become a socialist.
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  • I honestly don’t understand the bailout. I don’t know where we are going to get the money and I dont’ understand who we give it to. I don’t even know if the bailout was necessary or not. But, I know that small businesses were starting to get hurt because they couldn’t get any credit. If the bailout is going to help, I sure hope that it works quickly because it is getting really bad for people.

    First gas price, then mortages, now jobs and a bailout. It seems like Congress doesn’t have any idea how much people are suffering. I found this site that is collecting stories about how the economy is affecting us. They plan to put them together so they can relay a message to Congress. I sent in my story. Check it out. . .


    I keep checking back because they are going to post the stories on the site. I really want to see what other people have to say. I hear stuff from my neighbors, but what about people in other parts of the country.

    Bailout or no bailout, the country has to find a way out of this economic mess.

    By Blogger Unknown, at 3:30 PM  

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