Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Trees Hang Low With Obama Guilt

Here is even more on Obama's "community organizer" association with our looming economic depression. Stanley Kurtz in "O's Dangerous Pals: Barack's 'Organizer' Buds Pushed for Bad Mortgages" (New York Post, Sept. 29, 2008), has become quite productive in this field of reporting.

WHAT exactly does a "community organizer" do? Barack Obama's rise has left many Americans asking themselves that question. Here's a big part of the answer: Community organizers intimidate banks into making high-risk loans to customers with poor credit.

In the name of fairness to minorities, community organizers occupy private offices, chant inside bank lobbies, and confront executives at their homes - and thereby force financial institutions to direct hundreds of millions of dollars in mortgages to low-credit customers.

In other words, community organizers help to undermine the US economy by pushing the banking system into a sinkhole of bad loans. And Obama has spent years training and funding the organizers who do it. ...

Mona Charen gives us, "ACORN, Obama, and the Mortgage Mess."

Kenneth Blackwell presents the connection in, "An ACORN Falls from the Tree."

David Limbaugh calls on McCain to, "Pin the Tail on the Donkey."

Perhaps it is because of connections like this that Nancy Pelosi went partisan-ballistic on the floor of the House, criticizing Bush and the Republican advocacy of small government for the nation's present financial instability. When the detectives start closing in on who done it, the culprit creates a distraction.

As an appendix, or something, here's Jon Stewart's take on why the American people are so opposed to this $700,000,000 lay out to "solve" the problem.

Jesus said "Do not worry about tomorrow," but laughing is always an option.

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