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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Obama's Fast Deal!

In the 1930's and 40's we had the New Deal of FDR, in the late 1940's and 50's we had the Fair Deal of Harry Truman, and now we have the "Fast Deal" of Barack Hussein Obama. With each passing day another backroom deal surfaces as Obama struggles to get his health care bill passed. The latest is a decision by the Dept. of the Interior to increase the water supply available to California's central valley in what appears to be an effort to gain the support of two CA representatives for a yes vote on Obamacare. This is only one of many deals and bribes offered to gain support for something that most Americans are against. The democrats have adopted the old socialist motto that "the end justifies the means" and have completely tossed aside any semblance of tradition and fair play. They will continue on this path as long as they maintain control in congress. They realize, full well their days are numbered and they are running against a rising tide of disapproval among voters. Obama's "Fast Deal" will continue until the Democrat's numbers in the House and Senate are decreased. He will then turn to a flood of executive orders in order to consolidate more gains and increased power in Washington with his primarily goal being that of "wealth redistribution", the dream of all true socialist leaders with them being the distributors of the stolen wealth.

If you are one of those Obama supporters waiting for that handout, or perhaps you think it is a hand up just remember one thing: he that giveth can taketh away and if anything Obama has shown he is a master of the "Fast Deal".

Did Obama Buy Off 2 Votes With 'Water Deal'?
Is this Another Backroom Deal to Force Obama’s Bill Down the American People’s Throats?

As a vote approaches on Obama and Pelosi’s government takeover of healthcare, Code Red is now considering two supposedly “undecided” California Democrats, Dennis Cardoza and Jim Costa, to now be “yes” votes.

The U.S. Department of Interior announced yesterday that it is increasing water allocations for the Central Valley of California, a region that depends on these water allocations to support local agriculture and jobs. The region has recently been starved for water and as a result unemployment has soared. Not surprisingly, Cardoza and Costa had a hand in the announcement: read more from The Fox Nation

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