Thursday, July 22, 2010

More Nazi humor

Washington (CNN) -- President Obama will sign into law Thursday the Improper Payment Elimination Act -- an effort designed to slim down wasteful government programs and curb fraud in federal spending.
"The fact is, Washington is a place where tax dollars are often treated like Monopoly money, bartered and traded, divvied up among lobbyists and special interests," Obama said in March when he announced the initiative. "And it has been a place where waste -- even billions of dollars in waste -- is accepted as the price of doing business."
According to Rasmussen [NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen], NATO troops will remain in the nation and will contiue their nearly nine year war “indefinitely,” pledging that the troops would only leave once it became impossible for the Taliban to take over in Afghanistan.
The British government and its puppet, Barack Obama, have pushed EU finance ministers and heads of state into new, huge panic bailouts "for the euro" — in which Her Majesty's UK government itself does not intend to take part. The new bailouts, being announced Sunday night in a rush before Asian markets opened, may total $650 billion (500 billion euros), according to continuing leaks from an all-weekend meeting of 27 finance ministers "to stop a sovereign-debt crisis from shattering confidence in the euro."

It won't succeed. As Lyndon LaRouche said on Saturday....
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As "W" Bush's Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson once put it about the $700 billion TARP bailout, "We wanted to arbitrarily pick a very large figure."
"There is a growing public conclusion that this program is an outright failure" — or maybe it was intended to be that. TARP Inspector-General Neil Barofsky was telling a Senate Committee about the Obama Treasury's so-called Home Affordable Mortgage Program (HAMP) which is notorious for putting households out of their houses while paying Federal bribes to mortgage "servicer" banks.

In other words, no amount spent to support the British Empire's war on mankind is too great, while anything spent in an effective manner on the real economy is "waste." Or so thinks Her Majesty's henchman, Crazy Adolf Obama.