November 12, 2008

"So, when did you finally realize that you had wrecked the country, and ruined our reputation and trust around the world?"

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

We're being robbed

http://tinyurl.com/5n9cgz

Anonymous said...

GWB regrets "Mission Accomplished" banner on board Carrier.

But what about the real "Mission Accomplished" where he had super success.. "wrecked the country".

gwk said...

Did you read that Bush I mean the worst President halted all activity related to deportations prior to the election as not to upset your hero's victory because of his illegal auntie and why is it that you or anyone gives a rats you know what about what other countries feel about us. Let's see Obama put a coalition together for military action anywhere

JaneZ said...

Yes we are being robbed, and this is why nobody seems to notice and nobody seems to care (unless it is about the "gay" word):

http://tinyurl.com/5ah4gv

Forget Red vs. Blue -- It's the Educated vs. People Easily Fooled by Propaganda
Chris Hedges, Truthdig

Media and Technology: Millions of Americans live in a non-reality-based belief system informed by childish clichés - they can barely differentiate between lies and truth.......

Anonymous said...

Obama is telling bush: "I would like to move in sooner, but I can't sell my house. I am underwater on my Neg-am, and I have two HELOC's too many on it as well. I will have to leave the wifey and kids in Chicago, and drive back and forth now that the gas prices are better".

Obama is my president said...

Damn, I love that picture! (Oops, is that cursing?)

Anonymous said...

That picture begs for cartoon bubbles over their heads. Obama's would read: "Okay, now here are some of my plans and I'd like your help to implement them as soon as possible."
And Bush's would read:
"I think Laura said grilled cheese sandwiches are on the lunch menu today."

Anonymous said...

"What? I did nothing wrong. By the way, would you like to be tortured?

Anonymous said...

Don't worry I'll take over where you left off. No one will dare say anything because then they will be labelled racist.... what a bunch of sheeple.

Ross said...

"The thing about that is, I don't care."

Anonymous said...

The economic fundamentals are sound
-George W. Bushco

George
If you agree today to the motion to censure you and Cheney, which will preclude you from the power to pardon anyone for anything including those bogus middle-of-the-night clauses slipped into that phony war legislation recently passed, and Remember George, I AM professor of law and now The Law, we will let you flee temporarily to Paraguay and go after the rest of your crew first for high crimes, treason and murder before we place you on the grill and roast you like a menu item from HP blogger Andrew Hac. Snap, crackle, pop. Snapper Americano.

Bushco, you are finished. You are the worst President in history and an embarrassment to all mankind. You are they most hated man in the world. Either quit today, Right Now in disgrace and total, complete failure or I will leave it up to the wrath of the American public what your personal punishment should be. Remember, convicted murderes can receive the Death Penalty, George.

George, George, get up off your knees and quit sobbing and put the Bottle down Right Now you Yalie ignorant frat boy... Good thing you didn't have any sons...

AMERICA IS DEAD

Devestment said...

Q.
""So GWB, when did you finally realize that you had wrecked the country, and ruined our reputation and trust around the world?""
A.
BO,
It's easy to criticize before you have drank the Kool Aid.

Anonymous said...

"George, I loved the look of that azure blue tie you wear so much I just had to buy one for myself. I may have been on the cover of GQ a couple of times but I have to bow to you - the decider when it comes to presidential fashion."

Anonymous said...

Here comes Obama's brownshirts. A draft in sheep's clothing?

Obama’s Civil Defense Program Resembles Domestic Draft

Why won't you talk about this Keith? Seems pretty important to me!!

Anonymous said...

"Around 2010-2011.

Er, wait - was that question for Bush?"

Anonymous said...

Here comes Obama's brownshirts. A draft in sheep's clothing?

Obama’s Civil Defense Program Resembles Domestic Draft

Why won't you talk about this Keith? Seems pretty important to me!!
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it is BO's plan to employ college students who will be graduating in the next couple of years. He doesn't want them flooding the job market making unemployment worse.

Anonymous said...

it is BO's plan to employ college students who will be graduating in the next couple of years. He doesn't want them flooding the job market making unemployment worse.

Oh is that reason? Then that's OK I guess. Sounds like a great reason for mandatory national service. And there's no way Obama the Savior and the government would abuse that endless supply of able bodied men and women to fight pointless wars in Islamofascistjihadistan to secure natural resources and territory for big corporations and the elite!!

Of course, if Bush had suggested such a thing there would be riots in the streets but seeing as it's coming from Obama the Messiah it's all just hunky dory!!

The Founding Fathers were totally against national service because it is so open to abuse. We do not serve the state. The state serves us. If our freedoms were truly under threat the people would rally in an instant to volunteer for service!!

Don't you people understand this?

Lost Cause said...

When the tech bubble burst, there was not even a hint that the government would provide any help whatsoever. I lost my job, I lost my home. I have still not recovered.

To see the banks and the insurance companies -- where all of the cash is in this country -- collecting billions is just astonishing. The corruption in this country is unfathomable.

Lost Cause said...

The Founding Fathers were against a standing army too. Why do we maintain a million man army 27/7/365?

Anonymous said...

Wells, if you must know probably in May of 2007 when Congress caught on to the Yen Carry Trade SCAM.

http://www.elliottwave.com/
freeupdates/archives/2008/11/12/
The-Carry-Trade-Unwinds-If-You-
Knew-Now-What-We-Saw-YEN.aspx

True or False:

The Bank of Japan is to blame for the volatile swings in that nation's currency.

According to the mainstream experts -- TRUE. This much we know from the very public trial of U.S. Congress versus the Bank Of Japan held in mid-2007. At the time, the Japanese yen was hanging by the very thin thread of an all-time record low against the euro and a 21-year low against the U.S. dollar.
Rumor had it:

The uber weak yen was a direct result of an uber strong Yen Carry Trade, whereby investors borrow yen at low interest rates and reinvest them in higher yielding assets in other countries. Conservative estimates at the time revealed yen-related leverage to be around 40 Trillion yen ($331 Billion), larger than Austria's entire economy.

This activity attracted so much attention that, in May 2007, Congress held hearings to determine whether the Bank of Japan had "jawboned the markets in an effort to keep the yen down." (DJ MarketWatch)

The alleged means of manipulation ranged from providing Japanese automakers with a $4000 subsidy for every midsize sedan exported to the U.S, to holding borrowing costs at a historic low, to maintaining sizable U.S. dollar reserves.

Anonymous said...

Do you mean wrecked the country like allowing Toyota, Nissan, Honda have a 30 percent unfair advantage over GM, Ford, and Chrysler, allowing Wall Street to sell toxic mortgage, or allowing Hedge Funds and Speculator drive up food and oil price.

Well it was Congress again.

May was such a bad month in 2007.

http://crooksblog.sovereignsociety.
com/2008/11/the-ultimate-cr.html

Fortunately for yen, the carry trade is considered a "risk trade." And in today's market environment, with the financial meltdown, "risk trades" are being unwound. In other words, investors are taking them off their books.

This simply means that investors are covering all those short yen positions, so traders have to buy back yen. This unwinding of carry trades has already fueled a 13% rise in yen VS the dollar.

But we’re not done yet. There’s plenty of good news left for the yen. The carry trade is nowhere near finished unwinding.

duarte said...

This credit bubble is much older than Bush. His fault is in not stopping it.