Who Is Responsible For This Financial Mess?

Barack Obama and his fellow Democrats have been putting the blame for the current financial crisis on the back of the president and the Republican Party who Democrats claim failed to address the issue. The Democrat’s parrots in the media have been shouting to anyone who will listen trying to make the accusations stick. This is a coordinated attack to take the focus off all the Democrats who have been bought and paid for by the greedy people on Wall Street. Fox News had a story and this should provide documented proof, with audio and video, as to whom the blame lies. In reality, this news story shows the efforts of the Bush Administration in trying to reign in the mortgage giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The complete history goes back decades and involves Democratic plans that allowed people to buy things they had no hope of ever affording.

I doubt this will do any good because too many people have overdosed on the moonbat Kool Aid, but it clearly shows that there were a number of people, including President Bush, on multiple occasions who tried to reign in Fannie and Freddie. Pay attention to Barney Frank and see how his assessment squares with the reality we’re facing. Listen to the people who said that we were heading for trouble and see how Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer had a hand in preventing any regulation.

Then take heart in the knowledge that Nancy Pelosi assigned Barney Frank the job of fixing the problem.

How can one fix something if one does not recognize the problem?

You should also keep in mind that these are the people who want to lead you. While John McCain headed back to DC, Barack Obama prepared for a debate and fund raising (he was left with little option than to return after a call from the President).

Who puts the country first?

Riehl World View says that Palin should debate Obama while McCain is TCB in DC. Not a bad idea. Could be risky but she is not a member of Congress so she does not have to be there and Obama has no intention of staying in DC.

Big Dog



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One Response to “Who Is Responsible For This Financial Mess?”

  1. Vikki says:

    Thank you for posting this video. America needs to know the truth. I have sent this to others and asked people to call their Representatives and Senators.

    This is such a debaucle and the Democrats have just put the frog in the water and turned up the heat. Soon none of us will have any rights if we don’t stand up right now and yell at the top of our lungs that this bailout is not an option.

    Thank you