Thursday, September 25, 2008

Bailout and Palin Info

Just a comment on my series on Why the Jews hate Palin. A few have misunderstood my comments on Palin and have missed the point of my recent blogs. No place have I endorsed Palin as the great white hope. I am simply observing the principles she endorses (whether sincere on not). It is these principles which causes hatred from the Jewish establishment.

For example: A nice teen-age Judeo-Christian who loves Jews may attempt to start a "Bible" club at their school. This Judeo-Christian will none-the-less draw hatred from Jewish activists. Why, because they hate Jesus Christ and anyone who identifies with Christ.

The purpose of this series is not to trumpet Palin but an exposure of Jewish hatred for anything Christian and for anyone who identifies themselves as Christian whether that identity is sincere or not.

A note of the government $700 billion bailout
Are we being manipulated to support a socialist national government? We are hearing about the major economic crisis and every moment we are being told that if we do not accept this 700 billion dollar "bailout" then our economy - our whole nation will collapse.

Is that true? I really do not know. I am aware that hundreds of thousands of low interest loans have been given to illegal aliens, low income Negroes and other minorities. These loans were made to help every "American" to become a homeowner. Are these thousands of loans made to these minorities which are in default responsible for the crisis?

So we are told there is this major crisis and we MUST accept their plan. The very guys who created the problem are the same guys that are telling us they know how to fix it. It is like telling someone who has a broken leg and in terrible pain, "The only way to stop the pain is to shoot yourself."

But there are those who are saying that it is not as bad as they say. Senator Brunning has stated that this is just a move toward socialism.

Earlier today he said:

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, by rescuing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, is acting like China's finance minister and both Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke should step down.
``I sincerely believe that Henry Paulson and Ben Bernanke should resign,'' said Bunning, a Republican from Kentucky on the Senate Banking Committee. ``They have taken the free market out of the free market.'' (For the complete article click here

Former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has also stated that this "deal" is going to create huge problems for our economy.

I don't claim to be a economic expect. But I do know that when a salesman tries to sell you something fast - it's time to walk away.

As the country song says "You gotta know when to hold them, know when to fold them, know when to walk away and know when to run."

This bail out is something we need to run from.

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