Skip to comments.Obama’s ‘income inequality’ deeper from bailing out his rich Wall Street donors
Posted on 01/15/2014 8:25:38 PM PST by grundle
Snarky attacks on Wall Street, wealthy investors, bankers and other favorite liberal targets have become the soup of the day. President Obamas income inequality has replaced the war on women as his second-term mantra, but the inequality is from Mr. Obamas own kitchen.
The Obama stock market is soaring. Wall Street and private investors are reaping record returns on their investments, while seniors and ordinary Americans with no millions to invest see their savings and the return on their investments dwindle as interest rates are held unrealistically low.
The income gap between ordinary Americans and the very wealthy has indeed been growing.
But that gap has accelerated under the president who denounces those who profit from his policies, puts an arm on them for campaign contributions and appoints them to high office.
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Very good counter attack.
That’s the way to do it.
Constitution-ignoring Obama unsurprisingly addresses many issues that the states have never delegated to Congress, via the Constitution, the specific power to address, income inequality evidently the new vote-getter for pro-unconstitutionally big federal government Democratic politicians.
But also consider that regardless that the feds have no constitutional authority to legislatively address such an issue, the Founding States had made the 10th Amendment to clarify in general that the states uniquely have the government power to address and experiment with things like income inequality.
In fact, I understand that certain NYC politicians are experimenting with income inequality. Again, although promoting such an issue is arguably just a way to win votes, lets see what happens to NYC as it pushes this type of socialism. I predict that NYC will ultimately regret doing so.
For Dear Leader, decisive action means more government, more poverty and less freedom. He’s done nothing but hurt the people who elected him and whom he’s primosed to help. It’s astonishing.
For starters, why not seize the wealth of all senior Democrat party officials, donors, and politicians—Including George Soros, Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and Obama himself?
Instead of allowing them to talk about it in the abstract, make it real for them.