You’ve Made Enough Money; Now Spread it Around and Share the Wealth with the Poor Government


On April 29, 2010, Barry Obama ignored his Teleprompter and Joe Biden-ed himself. He told a Quincy, Illinois crowd that Americans are too wealthy and should discontinue free-market actions: “We’re [my administration and democrats] not trying to push financial reform because we begrudge success that’s fairly earned. I mean, I do think at a certain point you’ve [Americans] made enough money. But, you know, part of the American way is…you can just keep on making it if you’re providing a good product or providing good service. We don’t want people to stop, ah, fulfilling the core responsibilities of the financial system to help grow our economy.”

Obama’s comments must not be forgotten or he will push collective regulations into law before November’s elections.

Obama’s remarks lacked intellect. Desperately trying to cover his Joe faux, he claimed does not begrudge success, just stop making money once a certain financial level is achieved. Which level? That of Bill Gates, Charlie Munger, and Warren Buffett, who all praised the finance reform bill and VAT tax ideas of Obama, with Buffett telling Fox Business News “we [America] are not taxing enough.” Obama never condemns wealthy leftist supporters; he just doesn’t want Americans achieving his moneyed advocate’s status.

Obama contradicted himself by saying “…if you’re providing a good product or providing a good service.” If products fail, Obama wants rights to “the Pursuit of Happiness” Gates, Buffett, and Munger have, removed: start over, try something new, innovative, and successful.

Obama opposes free-markets. Gates, Munger and Buffett sided with Obama’s latest comments in their April 3, 2010 Fox Business News interview with Liz Claman. Free-markets allowed these VAT-cats to create what Obama loathes and they want heavily taxed: wealth.

Obama does hold a grudge, as noted by David Horowitz’s Barack Obama’s Rules For Revolution: The Saul Alinsky Model, or he would not push Cap and Trade, Value Added Tax VAT-cats consider good for America.

Leftist rules prevent economic booms and wealth.

Obama has the wealthiest men in America on his side, telling Americans tax-hikes and welfare are good for us.

Obama’s is attempting to thrust Americans into socialism through finical regulation imposed on Wall Street, whom he accepted millions from in campaign donations (Goldman Sachs gave Obama $1 million dollars for his campaign), and as Michelle Malkin noted in FrontPage Magazine that Obama’s cabinet is filled with multi-millionaires who made money through big bank investments.

Democrats caused Wall Street’s boom and bust, yet the mess is blamed on free-markets, not government interference or Obama, who was Senator in December 2004 when Reality Times reported high-priced Chicago sections were being bought up with massive low-income housing loans.

Rahm Emanuel took $320,000 dollars for one year at Fannie and Freddie, reported by the Chicago Tribune on March 26, 2009. Obama’s took money from Fannie and Freddie, who championed him financially in his second year as Illinois Senator.

Apparently regulating Americans, not government leaders, prevents Wall Street meltdowns.

Obama claims Americans earn too much, America’s three wealthiest men say we’re not taxed enough. This is Alinsky ideology trying to create a socialist economy where government controls everything.