Obama Admits to Using Financial Crisis as an Opportunity to Further His Socialist Agenda

Friday, February 13, 2009

President Obama is proudly touting that he is using the crisis to transform our nation. Yesterday he said:
"We have a once in a generation chance to act boldly, to turn adversity into opportunity, and use this crisis as a chance to transform our economy for the 21st century."
As we have reported, this "stimulus" bill launches the socialized healthcare program, forces America to adopt failed and expensive "green" energy and funnels billions upon billions into expanding government programs.

And the bill is laden with liberal pork...

Tax benefits for golf carts and electric motorcycles... $300 million for government employee company cars... $1 for ACORN-eligible block grants, $50 million for an arts endowment... $165 million for fish hatcheries...

The list goes on and on.

Ron De Jong and I just posted a video that exposes how this stimulus is radically moving America toward socialism. Go here to view:


We have also provided a list of the pork in the bill as well as links to download the bill, if you dare read it yourself. Go here:


We must object. The House and Senate will vote TODAY on the bogus stimulus -- while Obama proudly touts that he is "using" the economic crisis to push his agenda!

And they are rushing the vote without giving the American people a reasonable time period to examine this bill which is now OVER 1,000 PAGES!


There is still time to let your Senators and Representative know you
are outraged by this runaway spending bill.

[Taken from email update by http://www.grassfire.net/]


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