The middle class is angry at the shenanigans of Barack Obama and the give-away Congress, and the Boston Tea Party is being widely recalled as the first American tax payers revolt. Rick Santelli's "Chicago Tea Party"
has gone viral, 94% of over 200,000 Internet voters have indicated that they would like to join. To add insult to injury, the Wall Street Journal is pointing out that Barack Obama's new housing plan not only
will rescue the unscrupulous or irresponsible by throwing good taxpayer money after bad loans, it will also
reward people who bought homes they knew the could not afford. This is in direct contradiction to what President Obama said yesterday, and it's sad to note that makes Barack Obama a liar. You can read the Wall Street Journal for details
, but we warn you that the article may ruin at least part of your day.
The article ends with the heart of much of the problem: "What investors, businesses and working Americans want to hear is a President with ideas to spur economic recovery. What they've been getting are plans for a long national Chapter 11 workout."
I would note that my inbox is full of messages from people who can't believe that this is happening in America. The mood is not good.
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