October 17, 2011


STFU BHO.  What else is there to say about an opportunistic waste of oxygen like our president? 
'Obama will use anti-Wall Street rhetoric as central tenet of campaign'
In recent days, Obama has ramped up his rhetoric. He took the unusual step of targeting an individual company when he attacked Bank of America for its new $5 monthly debit-card fee, calling it “exactly the sort of stuff that folks are frustrated by.” And his campaign and the White House have distributed messages blasting GOP candidates and lawmakers for wanting to repeal Wall Street regulations pushed by Obama and opposing the confirmation of a leader for the consumer protection bureau created as part of the overhaul.

“We intend to make it one of the central elements of the campaign next year,” Obama senior adviser David Plouffe said in an interview. “One of the main elements of the contrast will be that the president passed Wall Street reform and our opponent and the other party want to repeal it.”
Thanks for the newest class warfare attack, Blowie.  Way to speak to the lowest common denominator.  Thanks for reminding us that there are millions of Americans (and I use that term loosely) that will get their knickers in a twist over a $5 debit card use fee, just because you mentioned it, rather than stop and look at their pay stub (if they have one) or their property tax statement or their 1040.  The government is the one raping you, OWS idiots, not Wall Street, not millionaires, not corporate America.

1 comment:

CenTexTim said...

Speaking of the govt. raping the citizens, the new debit card fee is a direct and foreseeable consequence of Dick Durbin's amendment to the Dobbs-Frank Act capping the fees banks could charge retailers for debit card transactions. Ironically, this hurts low and middle income consumers more than those with more money. And of course it was passed by the dems, to great acclaim by blowie.

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