(Common sense, politically incorrect newsletter to 11,598 subscribers) OF COURSE, CONGRESS WILL APPROVE AUTO BAILOUT WHENEVER THEY HAVE ALL THE BRIBES THEY CAN GET
Most Americans don't believe that a bailout can keep the Big Three Automakers from eventually failing, because of locked in activities that can't be corrected. It is unlikely that the successful foreign car manufacturers in America can be saddled with similar obstacles to restrict their competitiveness with the long established Big Three.
The crippled Big Three still have tremendous financial capability.
Congress is huffing and puffing with demands that the Big Three come up with bailout plans that will ensure successful survival, but Congress is really only delaying approval for this hopeless cause until they get the best bribery deal they feel they can get.
Remember that Congress is to blame for this entire financial fiasco.
Senator Christopher Dodd and Congressman Barney Frank headed congressional commitees that were supposed to supervise the financial industry. Dodd, Frank and many other members of Congress received huge bribes to block investigations that would have prevented the financial catastrophes. Instead of sending them to jail, Congress kept these crooks in charge of fixing the same problems that they created.
Congress also is to blame for blocking new energy production, which allowed high oil prices that brought our economy to a screeching halt.
It was Congress, not the president, that voted the pork spending bills that bankrupted our nation's treasury.
Our gullible voters, along with the flood of indigent immigrant voters, re-elected most of the corrupt Congress members, along with electing a president who is the pride of the Communist world.
--REAL NEWS Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
Go to the following Communist websites to confirm the truth of the following story:
Communist Party USA www.cpusa.org
People's Weekly World www.pww.org
Young Communist League www.yclusa.org
COMMUNIST PARTY USA ECSTATIC OVER '08 ELECTION RESULTS.
MARXISM EDITORIAL VOICE SAYS 'HARD WORK JUST BEGINNING'
By Bob Unruh, WorldNetDaily November 15, 2008
Hailing Barack Obama's win as a victory for the "working class,"
Communist Party USA is calling on the president-elect to carry out his promises, including his noted commitment to "spread the wealth".
An editorial by the People's Weekly World said the victory was for "workers of all job titles, professions, shapes, colors, sizes, hair styles and languages."
This newspaper, which boasts of its "partisan coverage", identifies itself as "a national, grassroots weekly newspaper and the direct descendant of the Communist 'Daily Worker'."
"We are partisan to the working class, racially and nationally oppressed peoples, women, youth, seniors, international solidarity, Marxism and socialism. We enjoy a special relationship with the Communist Party USA, founded in 1919, and publish its news and views,"
the publication states.
The paper said Obama's victory is "important, not only for people here in the U.S., but also for our sisters and brothers around the world."
"The election outcome represents a clear mandate for pro-people change on taxes, health care, the war in Iraq, job creation and economic relief, union organizing and the Employee Free Choice Act. Reform and relief are in the air. Their scope and depth will be the arena of struggle. The best thing the coalition that won this victory can do is to stick together and help the new administration carry through on its promises," the editorial said.
"Jubilation and celebration, yes, along with realization that the hard work is just beginning," the PWW editorial said. Obama's commitment to "spread the wealth" was caught on tape as he talked with an Ohio voter, "Joe the Plumber," who became a personality in the 2008 election campaign for the exchange in which he suggested Obama's plan sounded like socialism.
Obama's media team did not respond to a WND telephone message and e-mail requesting a comment.
Michelle Obama has made similar commitments, warning that some Americans may have to give up a piece of the pie in order that others may have a larger share.
Samuel L. Blumenfeld, a WND columnist, earlier cited Obama's history of links to significant players in the communist effort in the United States.
"In his famous autobiography, 'Dreams From My Father,' Obama reveals that his earliest mentor in Hawaii was a man by the name of Frank Marshall Davis. It so happens that Davis had been sent to Hawaii in the late 1940s by the Communist Party to organize the party in Hawaii,"
"Davis had begun his communist career in Chicago. He was a friend and associate of Paul Robeson, the great singer, and Harry Bridges, head of the communist dominated International Longshoremen and Warehousemen's Union. Both men were secret Communist Party USA members."
Blumenfeld sees the impact of those influences in Obama's vision for the country.
"Obama has already proposed the creation of a homeland police force that will no doubt terrorize those in the 'ultra-right' who will become the most vociferous and active opponents of his socialist regime. Hitler had a similar police force called the Gestapo -- Geheime Staats Polizie or Homeland State Police -- that terrorized the opponents of the Nazi regime," he wrote.
"In 1933 a majority of Germans voted for a demagogue who promised 'change' and seemed to be the answer to their economic and national problems. None of those voters could have foreseen that 12 years later Germany would lie in ruins and be occupied by foreign armies," he wrote.
11/25/2008 02:22:00 PM
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