Posted by: Lipstick Piggy | October 6, 2008

Obama Deceiver of the American People| Obama Sabotages the Economy for Personal Gain | McCain Speaks in New Mexico Today

Obama has cost us BILLIONS of dollars through years of turning a blind corrupt eye on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac as long as he profited in the end.  And boy has he profited!!! 

While Obama gets richer off of the corruption of Fannie and Freddie, as he buys mansions and lavish accessories, and is ADVISED by the very people who torpedoed our US Economy and have set in motion a domino effect the world cannot fight, he laughs and smiles hearing the cash register ca-ching all the way to the bank.  You can forget the American Dream.  You can forget capitalism with Barack Hussein Obama in the White House. 

Do you really trust Fannie and Freddie to manage YOUR money?  Do you really trust Fannie and Freddie to have YOUR best interests in mind?  Or by having key executives that could go back to Fannie and Freddie managing his campaign… will they also run your government.  Fannie and Freddie are buying Washington by investing in a politician who is easily manipulated by hate, anger, religion, money, greed, and power.  The fool is the person who cannot see the truth.  The fool is the person who votes for race sake. 

The Fool is the person who looks at 1+1 and comes up with zero.  People follow patterns.  If Obama only had Bill Ayers or one of the myriad of anti-American associations that have ensnared his life like tangled barbed wire.  If you are stupid enough to play in the wire, you better expect to get cut.   Don’t be a ZERO.  Obama follows a pattern.  He has been trained to deceive, deflect, and use you.  Do you want to be a puppet?  Obamabots….   All dressed in blue…singing for their dear leader. 


Please see excerpt from John McCain’s remarks as prepared for delivery today in Albuquerque, New Mexico:

My opponent has invited serious questioning by announcing a few weeks ago that he would quote — “take off the gloves.” Since then, whenever I have questioned his policies or his record, he has called me a liar.

Rather than answer his critics, Senator Obama will try to distract you from noticing that he never answers the serious and legitimate questions he has been asked. But let me reply in the plainest terms I know. I don’t need lessons about telling the truth to American people. And where I ever to need any improvement in that regard, I probably wouldn’t seek advice from a Chicago politician.

My opponent’s touchiness every time he is questioned about his record should make us only more concerned. For a guy who’s already authored two memoirs, he’s not exactly an open book. It’s as if somehow the usual rules don’t apply, and where other candidates have to explain themselves and their records, Senator Obama seems to think he is above all that. Whatever the question, whatever the issue, there’s always a back story with Senator Obama. All people want to know is: What has this man ever actually accomplished in government? What does he plan for America? In short: Who is the real Barack Obama? But ask such questions and all you get in response is another barrage of angry insults.

Our current economic crisis is a good case in point. What was his actual record in the years before the great economic crisis of our lifetimes?

This crisis started in our housing market in the form of subprime loans that were pushed on people who could not afford them. Bad mortgages were being backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and it was only a matter of time before a contagion of unsustainable debt began to spread. This corruption was encouraged by Democrats in Congress, and abetted by Senator Obama.

Senator Obama has accused me of opposing regulation to avert this crisis. I guess he believes if a lie is big enough and repeated often enough it will be believed. But the truth is I was the one who called at the time for tighter restrictions on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that could have helped prevent this crisis from happening in the first place.

Senator Obama was silent on the regulation of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and his Democratic allies in Congress opposed every effort to rein them in. As recently as September of last year he said that subprime loans had been, quote, “a good idea.” Well, Senator Obama, that “good idea” has now plunged this country into the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.

To hear him talk now, you’d think he’d always opposed the dangerous practices at these institutions. But there is absolutely nothing in his record to suggest he did. He was surely familiar with the people who were creating this problem. The executives of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have advised him, and he has taken their money for his campaign. He has received more money from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac than any other senator in history, with the exception of the chairman of the committee overseeing them. Did he ever talk to the executives at Fannie and Freddie about these reckless loans? Did he ever discuss with them the stronger oversight I proposed? If Senator Obama is such a champion of financial regulation, why didn’t he support these regulations that could have prevented this crisis in the first place? He won’t tell you, but you deserve an answer.

Who is the real Senator Obama? Is he the candidate who promises to cut middle class taxes, or the politician who voted to raise middle class taxes? Is he the candidate who talks about regulation or the politician who took money from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and turned a blind eye as they ran our economy into a ditch?

Is he the candidate who promises change, or is he the politician who has bought into everything that is wrong with Washington? We can’t change the system with someone who’s never fought the system.

Washington is on the wrong track and I’m going to set it right. The American people know my record. They know I am going to change Washington, because I’ve done it before. They know I’m going to reform our broken institutions in Washington and on Wall Street because I’ve done it before. They know I’m going to deliver relief to the middle class, because that’s what I’ve done.

-John McCain



  1. We’ve had a republican president for 8 years, the republicans had control over the senate for 6 years and a the democrats have had a slight majority in the house. Now you are saying the president and the republican party had no control over anything and couldn’t investigate or change anything ? I guess thats the reason you are supporting another republican.

  2. I am a Democrat. I am supporting the best MAN with a character I can respect.

    Interesting side note: On our street — Most of the people who had Obama signs are taking them down. There are two left. It will be interesting to see if they replace them. People who were going to vote for Obama are changing their minds because they don’t feel like he is truthful and are mad as hell about his connection to Fannie and ACORN.

    Tomorrow is trash day and I wonder how many of those Obama signs will find their way to landfill.

  3. I guess you’ll find out when you go to work lol

  4. Pitiful aren’t you… typical dribble we hear from Obamabots. We’ll pray for you and have one of our Kenyan witch doctors try and purge the Borg from your being.

  5. What McCain uesd to think about attack ads. I wonder if he still believes it?

  6. Find one for Obama too…please. Let’s be clear… will be very messy from here to election day… maybe beyond depending upon how the losing camp expresses their grief and anger.

  7. This is what I found.

  8. I think you do a great job of attacking Obama, I am sure you can find one.

  9. “We’ll pray for you and have one of our Kenyan witch doctors try and purge the Borg from your being.”

    I hope you are kidding here.

    Palin and this witchdoctor should scare all americans!

  10. Do you think that it is American to be a member of Alaska Independence Party, a secessionist party.

    Todd Palin was a member of this party untill 2002.

    This is not just Unamerican it is anti-American!!

  11. Well this is absurd. Is Todd Palin running for VP? I suppose if we are going to fling around Todd Palin’s political party then we need to bring up Michelle Obama’s racist thesis? My parents don’t both belong to the same political party. I don’t hold it against them. We are Americans….yes? Or are we already Obamacans? This is a Republic yes or are we censoring people’s beliefs?

  12. Why would I want to defend Obama, chris? I don’t believe there is one ethical bone in his body. I like to see feet and words going the same direction… I can’t find ANY proof that Obama is capable of feet to mouth synchronicity. Can’t wait to see debate tomorrow. heh…

    From what I hear — a couple of surprises …

    Why are you afraid of witch doctors? They are important to California’s history and culture. Is it the witch doctor you are afraid of? the evil spirit? or the witch? trick or treat? Of course it was sarcasm… sheesh

  13. I was just pointing out that both sides have issues in their background, you never seem to, so I do it for you. I would never defend a group that does not want to part of America. They do not want to fix America, they want to NOT be part of it.

    You must like to dance because McCain’s foot and mouth disease, have been all over the place.

    Can’t wait for the debate, maybe McCain will show some repect and actually look at Obama?

    Any drinking games for this debate?

  14. I never said anything about censoring, just questioning motives, kinda what your doing.

  15. Why should either person look at each other in a debate? I’ve never seen that in any debate rules. This “debate” is a Town Hall format…so looking at the opponent isn’t really appropriate. Your audience is the congregation in the hall.

    Think of it like giving your agruments in court. It doesn’t mean you don’t respect someone but you look at the jury — not the defense attorney or the prosecutor.

    We should look for games or maybe create one… Let me make one thing clear…seems to be an Obama thing… reminds me of Nixon. Let me start a thread for a game.

  16. That is true about this debate, but the last one as the moderator stated at the beginning, the canadates will have time to talk to each other. McCain spoke to the moderator the whole time. Lehrer even asked McCain to talk to Obama. And he wouldn’t.

    But we know what the McCain Palin ticket thinks about doing what a moderator asks.

  17. have you read alot of debate rules?

  18. I got our thinking and drinking game posted. Invite your friends… to join our game.

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