Obamacare: Making U.S. Suffer

Progs punish America for our history of oppression


(story at noisyroom.net)

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Getting Sick of The Obama Culture

We sacrifice while the corrupt Prog Ruling Class parties on


Nothing New or Progressive Here

Obama's Liberal-Fascist orthodoxy apes the failed policies of the past
1. Government allocates capital better than the private sector, and should use interest rates, exchange rates, price fixing, price controls or whatever artifice it deems fit to ensure that capital goes to where it is properly directed.

3. Money belongs to the government, as we have seen properly demonstrated this week in Cyprus.

7. Services or goods provided to the population by the government, borrowing money from the central bank to pay the fellows who produce the goods that nobody needs with money that does not exist, will add tremendously to the GDP. This is a sure sign that the right policy is being pursued.

8. These goods and services anyway have a higher moral value than the ones produced in the private sector. One should simply compare the "social usefulness" (a favorite notion of Lenin and Stalin) of a nurse versus a hedge fund manager to be convinced. I rest my case.
(full story "Our Society's New Official Religion" at directorblue.blogspot.com)

Saigon Embassy, Harry Bridges, Obama Motors

On this day: March 30
A car bomb explodes in front of the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, killing 22 and wounding 183 others (1965)

President Ronald Reagan is shot in the chest outside a Washington, D.C., hotel by John Hinckley, Jr. (1981)

President Barack Obama announces new plans to seize ownership of Chrysler and General Motors for the UAW (2009)

b: Franz Oppenheimer (1864), Richard Helms (1913), McGeorge Bundy (1919); d: Rudolf Steiner (1925), Ton Duc Thang (1980), Harry Bridges (1990), Valentin Pavlov (2003)

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