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Saturday, February 5, 2011

McCain says a 'much more centrist' Obama 'much' easier to work with - The Hill's Blog Briefing Room

McCain says a 'much more centrist' Obama 'much' easier to work with - The Hill's Blog Briefing Room

McCain's comments are further evidence that the establishment Republicrats and Demopublicans have merged into the left and right wings of the MONEY PARTY. GOP Elites (or 'Neo-Cons, or 'Progressives' or 'Bubble-Puppies'- names are irrelevant) have passed on their policies of a big, overweening government to their colleagues across the aisle in a monumental example of passing from one status quo to another. With many of the same foreign, domestic and economic policies remaining in place from the Bush years (with much of the same personnel), differentiating between the Obama and Bush administrations many times comes down to a hair splitting contest.

While railing against 'fat-cat bankers' and 'Wall Street', the Obama Administration has put many of those same people in positions of power, from his new Chief of Staff from JP Morgan, to abdicating government financial regulatory authority to a PRIVATE and secretive consortium of International Bankers- The Federal Reserve! Of course, the same Cabal of Banksters also contributed heavily to Obama and the Demopublicans in 2008- while still heavily hedging their bets and paying off- er… 'contributing' to the campaigns of many Republicrats as well.

There is nothing wrong with Capitalism and free enterprise. However, when you have big (and international) business in bed with, and in some cases RUNNING government, that is neither Capitalism nor free enterprise. There is another word for that, but I wouldn't want to use any 'inflammatory' appelations and upset the PC Word Police at the Media's self-Imposed Ministry of Truth! But the word starts with 'F', ends with an 'ism', and leaves most of the American People trapped in the middle.

Thaddeus S. Kaczor, Jr.

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