Share “the” wealth

Amfortas isn’t into rap music and nor am I but suppose we’d better have one last reminder before tomorrow:

The words which chill me every time coming from Barry Soetoro are “share the wealth” and my question to him is: “What is “the” wealth?


Some central pot of money which you, the President, can just dip into for your ideological schemes, even though you had a miniscule hand in earning any of it, as a taxpayer? Cumulatively though, it belongs to the combined earnings of individuals and you waltz in and think it’s there to be appropriated for your own use?

Max on the election [LOL]:

Max Keiser: ‘Barack Obama is clueless. Mitt Romney will bankrupt the country’

I should have thought Obama was doing a good job of bankrupting the country already:

Obamacare Is About To Whack Personal Income

4 comments for “Share “the” wealth

  1. james wilson
    November 5, 2012 at 17:34

    The “socialist” ruling elite has changed. Experience taught them that taking ownership was fruitless, and ultimately embarrassing. It worked better for them to leave business private yet ensure that business lived in the benevolent shadow of government. They indulge in the opinion, and Barry has been heard to repeat it, that capitalists do their thing no matter what else is going on around them–it’s a given. The arduous task of the socialist is to share the wealth.

    It is very difficult for ordinary people to understand that this type of people have no fear of failure. They see failure as prey and opportunity, even their own. To this point, it appears they are right.

  2. November 5, 2012 at 18:55

    Obama by a hair’s breadth, after a Florida type issue again involving SCOTUS?

  3. james wilson
    November 5, 2012 at 19:29

    Your boy Burke identified the problem long ago. The parties are the gamesters but government now owns the tables.

    I think Romney will win, but heads they win tails we lose. Nobody is talking about the 3 and one-half percent solution–the take of federal government up until 1929. Government was not so much less prone to outrageous behavior, there was simply less of it to impose its will. When Tocqueville arrived in America, almost his first thought was that the continuous course of government was beneficial even though its leaders were often contemptible. This had a great effect on forming his opinions on the proper role of government.

  4. Amfortas
    November 6, 2012 at 00:36

    No-one asks just how a socialist bum from nowhere, a ‘community organiser’, became a multi-millionaire in just a few years on a salary of $400k. Savings? He didn’t ‘invest’, shirley?

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