Monday, July 27, 2009

The wrong kind of change


Obama's agenda has been exposed, and it's not going down well with the electorate. 'Nuff said. Photo credit.

10 comments:

W.E. Heasley, CLU, LUTCF said...

Too funny! Too sad! Too true!

Cabodog said...

I can believe in that kind of change. Sad, but true.

Obama's never managed anything -- even a McDonalds -- and now he's in charge of the largest economy in the world? Give me a break.

His inexperience is wearing thin and thankfully, even his supporters are seeing through him.

Paul said...

I'm glad people are waking up but it's aggravating so many people were fooled by the community organizer huckster from Cook County.

MW said...

http://www.freakingnews.com/Change-is-what-you-ll-have-left-Pictures-54225.asp

"Change is all you've have left when I get done giving away your money"

Scott Grannis said...

People can't seem to resist a smooth-talking huckster who is also judged to be very intelligent. He's very intelligent, but he doesn't know the first thing about the economy. He's a starry-eyed socialist at heart.

Greg said...

I think he's intelligent, but not very intelligent. Wouldn't a very intelligent person past the age of 40 have figured out that free markets are better than socialism?

I was once very naive about economics, but after reading "The Incredible Bread Machine" and a couple other books, the truth became very clear.

Scott Grannis said...

Greg: have you read Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"? If not I'm sure you would enjoy it. The other day I saw it being sold in Costco, of all places. It's a major classic that is making a comeback thanks to Obama.

The Lab-Rat said...

I will wait for the film....it's got Theron in it. I like that http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0480239/

Greg said...

Scott: Thanks for the recommendation. I've been meaning to read this book for a long time.

Are you trying to tell me this book will help answer my previous question?

Scott Grannis said...

Well, in a way it might help answer your question. It will help you understand that there are way too many intelligent people over the age of 40 who haven't figured out that free markets are better than socialism.