President Barak Obama AKA Barry Soetoro came out decisively behind the labor unions stating that he would put on the most comfortable pair of shoes he owns and march with the protesters. He stated emphatically that he supported the working middle class. It is amazing the difference millions of dollars in union campaign contributions makes when considering the plight of American workers.
Of course Barry made no mention of the 7 million private sector workers that have lost their jobs, their homes, and finally their unemployment when they became 99ers. You see Barry knows there is discontent out there. He believes that in embracing the unions he can gain the support of the unemployed, which in truth is where the real numbers are. In fact I believe the only way Barry can be elected for a second term is if 99ers vote him back in.
Every middle class worker in the private sector is going to vote against Barry and every union member is going to vote for him. The fact is the voters in the private sector have substantially more numbers than those in the public sector. Therefore in truth the vote of the unemployed is the decider in the election.
Barry has emphatically and undeniably denied the plight of the 99ers and the long term unemployed without exception. It is not economically feasible for him and the social democrats to buy our vote. And on the flip side it is not economically feasible for the neo-con republicans to buy our vote either.
We are going to decide this next election and neither party is going to court us because in order to gain our loyalty they would have to give us back our jobs and this is diametrically opposed to the end goals of both. The fact is between now and 2012 they intend to make a lot more 99ers come into existence.
Who would have thought such a situation would ever exist in this country, wherein a voting bloc that will decide the election is not going to be courted because those in power are hell bent on its destruction.
So Barry has gone to Plan B and that is to let a third party secure the vote of the unemployed with not only not having to make a single promise, but not having to so much as acknowledge our existence. We cannot fall for this. We must continue to register non-partisan to create a clear distinction between the 99ers, the Tea Party, and the unions.
We must let them know that we will use our votes to attack their power structure that has been causing our misery. If that means nothing more than voting out every incumbent again then that is what we’ll do.
That includes you, Barry. The labor unions are not going to save you from our wrath. If you want to stand any chance of being a second term president you had better put on your comfortable shoes and sashay your ass out in front of a microphone and tell the world that you are signing an executive order, taking the $20 billion the corporate farmers are to be paid not to grow crops in 2011, and using it instead to finance an unemployment extension for the 99ers.
And then when you are done doing that you can sign another executive order getting rid of NAFTA, CAFTA, and GATT and ordering American business to bring the $1 trillion they have stashed in off-shore accounts back to the United States to be taxed under threat of imprisonment if they refuse.
You can then sign another executive order getting rid of the Patriot Act, Homeland Security, FEMA, TSA, and every other agency that has been created to spy on and probe the arses of the American people.
And then pick of that red phone and tell your good friends in China, India, and South Korea that you are not going to be able to pay off on the Ponzi scheme and that you will be moving our industrial base back to the United States. That means no more foreigners manufacturing our natural resources.
If you will not do these things, this 99er will not vote for you. And as you are not going to do these things it might be best if you go ahead and start packing up in preparation for your return home to Chicago or Hawaii or Indonesia or Kenya or where ever in the hell you came from.
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