February 24, 2009

Obama just said...

"I intend to hold these banks fully accountable for the assistance they receive. This time This time CEO's won't be able to use taxpayer money to pad their paychecks or buy fancy drapes or disappear on a private jet. Those days are over."

I guess padded paychecks and fancy jets are just for Congress and the Administration now. Washington D.C. is full of hypocritical, posturing, blowhards. They fly everywhere in the world without a thought to the cost or energy but complain when anyone else does. They pamper themselves to every little thing, feeding at the public trough, and then belittle CEOs their office drapes. They work a few days a week and spend all their free time pandering and writing bribes-for-votes into bills. They clap and smile at each other and then make snide remarks behind their hands. Under penalty of law, they force non-politicians to sit below them so they can brow-beat whoever they want on national television.

The road to recover lies in term limits and cleaning these people out of Washington D.C... but they've turned the nation's capital into a place where normal people can hardly function, where few non-lawyers can see themselves working... so who is out there who can replace them?

Yes, President Obama just said, ""I intend to hold these banks fully accountable for the assistance they receive." and later he told all American's our tax cut "checks on on the way." Well... when you open your check, remember... Washington "intends to hold you fully accountable for the assistance you receive." Washington intends to enter your life and set your priorities and they won't stop until enough people have had enough of Washington "accountability."

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