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Obama strategy Tweet of the Day

Obama strategy Tweet of the Day

Obama has a check for you.  And you.  And …

Money for police under the guise of preventing rape, now for students through loan forgiveness and better repayment terms.  It sure is easy to run for re-election using taxpayers’ money to buy consituency votes.

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And it will work because people are stupid, short sighted and easily manipulated. Seeing Jesus in a tortilla is no different than seeing obyssmal doing a great job by having that gov. check in your hand.

DINORightMarie | October 26, 2011 at 12:02 pm

It has always been the Democrat strategy. Only now Obama is openly using taxpayer monies, and veiling it as “jobs” bill promotion.

FAIL. How can anyone still support this man – except for the 20% or so of self-declared Marxists?

Obama should be tried for criminal acts while in office; and put in jail, IMHO. Impeachment won’t happen, because of the obvious Holder and Reid protection wall. But after he is out of office, THOROUGHLY investigate his various money laundering schemes, his interactions with Fast & Furious planners, Solyndra, etc.; get ALL the documents before they can delete/destroy/erase them; and then – hold him to account!

Him, along with ALL the President’s men (and women – I believe Hillary knew about/planned F&F, too).

yep, but he will give YOUR money, not HIS money … don’t you feel better now?

There is also talk of forgiving student loans altogether (HT: Instapundit).

The logical next step: pay students to go to college, because they do the rest of us a huge service by majoring in Anticolonial LGBT Environmental Studies and the like. Come to think of it, only people who major in nonprogressive subjects should not be paid; they should be taxed.

If I were in the business of providing student loans, this action would make me think twice about continuing to do so. Perhaps that will be an unexpected side effect. And with less money available to students, that might drive down the cost of college tuition.

Most dispicable thing about this move is that Obama issued this as an edict of the executive branch rather than go through the legislative branch of government. If he can do that here, on this issue, what’s to stop im from doing it anywhere on anything?

    Awing1 in reply to joated. | October 26, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    Problem is, pretty much the only one in the business of student loans is the government. If they were capable of thinking twice, we probably wouldn’t be in this mess.

It’s the Academic Cash for Clunkers.

Robbing Peter to pay Paul seems to be pretty popular…with Paul.

    Doug Wright in reply to georgfelis. | October 26, 2011 at 5:08 pm

    Ah yes, you’re correct. However, it does seem that Peter is really pissed! When asked whether he would support Obama for election, Peter’s response was: “Depends! Most likely not!”

So, let’s see. People paying student loans are most likely graduates…with a degree in something. That’s supposed to me they’re smart.

But, they’re not smart enough to know they’re being used? Oh, right, these are American graduates.

aguyfromjersey | October 26, 2011 at 5:00 pm

Giving away (other people’s) money worked for F.D.R in his first reelection. And didn’t they tell us the Obama was the next F.D.R.?

Invariabley, when talking to people about Democrats who have held office for years, their response is always: “S/he has done a lot for our state”. The last time I heard that said was in reference to Harry Reid of Nevada. That’s how politicians are judged – how much bacon they bring back. That’s why it’s so hard for the GOP to compete with these shameless %^^@$^s. 47% of our citizens want something given to them. When I hear people talking about the GOP’s inability to articulate their message, I have to ask myself, “How can you top giving people free stuff”. Appeal to their sense of decency? Tell them, “Work hard and you will be rewarded?”. Good luck with that line.

More specifically, Obama’s strategy is to make the promise to give money away…a big difference.