Obama calls for “Urgent” Action for One More “Problem”

The battle over Health Care isn’t even over, and already SnowBama is drawing another line in the sand and calling it “Urgent” that Congress act now.

Now it’s Financial Reform.  For those he’s not about wanting to expand the government, or be agressive about more take overs, wonder they have to say.

The part of the article which caught my attention is “Would give government unprecedented power to split up big financial firms”.  Wow.  You get big by being successful at what you do, and for surviving as an institution for generations.  Now – being big is “bad”.  Being “Big” has to be stopped. 

I wonder if we would consider that for Washington?

At the end of the article, he makes another interesting point:

“But what we have seen over the past two years is that without reasonable and clear rules to check abuse and protect families, markets don’t function freely”.

Interesting – because I can say exactly the same thing about his administration:

What we have seen over the past two ears is that without reasonable and clear rules (Constitutional requirement for votes – and not deem/pass), to check abuse and protect families, people’s choice don’t function freely.”

It all sounds good – wanting to “check abuse”, but after watching him demonstrate how he defines “transparancy” and “listens to the people”, I’m almost afraid to see what he would define as “abuse”.  No doubt, at the front of his mind is “Price increase” and “executive bonus”.

The president says he remains a “vigorous defender” of free markets.  I’d agree with 95% of that – he is a vigour defender of “make it free”.

Old-Man-Tex

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