Sunday, October 16, 2011

Obama as Social(ist) Organizer -- He's Strong Suit.

When the White House starts saying that Obama is Fighting for the "99%" -- they're signaling their support of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Of course, those of us who know all about what Obama did and who he was prior to running for the White House, don't find that very surprising at all. In fact, we wonder what took him so long.

But hey never mind doing the right thing, and why worry about the 1% when the 99% by definition can deliver more votes. After all, isn't that what it is all about for this man?

Some of us follow another leader that didn't neglect the 99, but cared a lot for the 1 as well. (You may remember the story of the Lost Sheep.) Thank God for that.

And far as Obama goes, he didn't even have to work hard to "organize this group".  George Soros and Warren Buffet did it all for him.

White House Draws Closer To Occupy Wall Street, Says Obama Is Fighting For The Interests Of The 99%

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