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Pay Offs

December 23, 2009

I was listening to the radio today and I heard a new station. They call it Liberty Works. The guy was sounding kind of out there but I kept on listening. He was talking about the bank bailouts. He says they’re a pay off to the banks. And the “connected” banks paid off the smaller banks. I remember reading about this, how some big name banks were actually giving the money to smaller banks instead of lending it and I remember thinking, why?

Now we know. Maybe this guy is on to something because he continued by talking about the health care enslavement initiative and how it’s a pay off to the insurance companies. How coincidental that we don’t have a public option. Not that I want one, I don’t even want the health care, but this sure is convenient for the insurance companies. Don’t you think?

I started thinking about it and it occurred to me that the auto companies had shared in this wind fall as well. Remember bail outs and cash for clunkers? Then there was cap and trade for the utility companies. So pretty much the only losers left out there are the oil companies.

Now, let’s review. Democrat elected. Stimulus pay off to banks. Bail out and cash for clunkers pay off to auto companies. Cap and trade for utilities to raise their rates. Health care pay off to insurance companies. Are you sure he’s a Democrat? Did anyone see his voter registration card?