Skip to comments.Class Warfare is alive and well in the Obama Camp
Posted on 08/01/2008 9:22:20 AM PDT by francke
Friday, August 1st, Barack Obama announced that he intended on seizing excess profits from oil companies to give families in the form of $1000 checks per family.
Granted, the oil companies did make a tremendous profit this year. Obama, who has never held a job in the private sector, probably thinks that profits from oil corporations are stuffed into pillow cases and squeezed into the closets filled with other ill-gotten gain by evil Texas oil tycoons. He pictures them snickering, as they stuff it all in, reaching for more pillowcases, being careful not to inadvertently grab their Ku Klux Klan sheets that they sport at their monthly meetings. (Read More at MassNews..)
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It’s poor form to post vanities as “breaking news”
How much did Obama expect to make from the sales of his books?
Did the amount exceed expectation?
If the amount was larger, then the excess should be considered “windfall” and seized from him immediately.
Unfortunately, class warfare is equally alive in the McCain campaign which has blamed “Wall Street,” “greed,” and “obscene profits” for the current economic downturn.
o_O What with this and the race card yesterday, it seems Obama is going into meltdown.
Did the Europe trip really bomb that badly?
What I learned last time is not to pay attention to the polls after a watershed like that: pay attention to the way the candidate and his staff react.
It’s kind of like back in 2004 when everyone was saying that Kerry won the first debate, but Team Kerry was truly disappointed, considering it a loss, because they hadn’t managed to trick Bush into saying something stupid. (and they never did, even on the other two debates, and Cheney ripped both Edwards and Kerry a new one in the VP debate) Which is what made that old adage “Well hey, at least you won the debates” so hilarious.
Re: Its poor form to post vanities as breaking news
The U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday formally apologized for the U.S. government role in slavery and the Jim Crow laws which legalized segregation for a century after the emancipation of slaves in 1865.
In addition to the apology for the misdeeds committed against African-Americans who were held in bondage and lived under segregation, the House also voted to end Affirmative Action policies which treat black people as if theyre not as capable, intelligent or resourceful as those of other races.
The legislation ends government discrimination in granting contracts to black-owned firms, as well as the scourge of demeaning bias in college admissions and hiring.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus hailed the elimination of this last vestige of institutionalized prejudice, and announced the dissolution of the Caucus now that Congress has fulfilled the Founders promise of equality of opportunity under law.