Monday, September 29, 2008


Is the Financial Crisis a Democratic Conspiracy?

One of the greatest indicators of who wins or loses a presidential election in the U.S. is the economic conditions of the country. When the economy is good, the party in office usually wins. Bad economy, the opposing party wins.

Consider Barack Obama's close ties to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac executives. Consider the six figure campaign contributions from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to Democrats Chris Dodd, John Kerry and Barack Obama.

Consider Barack Obama's close relationship to ACORN and its role in relaxing mortgage requirements. Consider Nancy Pelosi's "harshly partisan" speech today, guaranteed to anger Republicans and lower the chance of the bail out bill passing.

I could go on for hours.

But look at the process and the context. The Democrats don't seem to want to drag out the process. The Democrats are spending more time pointing fingers than reaching solutions although they share as much or more of the guilt for policies dating back to Jimmy Carter leading to the crisis. Chris Dodd tried to earmark money for ACORN as a reward for them. Read the MSM. They're in hog heaven.

Look who's benefiting - the Democrats. They wanted this crisis. The MSM wanted this crisis. They wanted it hoping the economic conditions would give the election to Barack Obama. And, as shown my the actions of Pelosi and Dodd, they don't give a damn about you and me.

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