Obama Hates the Poor and Middle Class as Much as Wall Street Does

President Barack Obama, less than two months after signing tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans into law, is proposing a budget to congress that attacks programs that assist the working poor, help the needy heat their homes, expand access to graduate-level education and undermine that type of community-based organizations that gave the president his start in Chicago.  Obama’s new budget puts forward a plan to achieve $1.1 trillion in deficit reductions over the next decade, according to an administration official who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity in advance of the formal release of the budget.  Those reductions — averaging just over $100 billion each year — are achieved mainly by squeezing social programs.

I have no idea why the right wing hate the guy so much.  He does just about everything they want.  And the only thing they didn’t like (health care) is still a boon for business.  No, the only reason they can hate him is because he doesn’t call himself a Republican. But he is.  A Republican.  I hope you people who voted for him are happy.  As I said before the election, it won’t matter who you vote for.  And it didn’t.  All politicians are slaves of business because business owns them.  Voters?  Come on, open your eyes.  YOU DON’T MATTER to your elected officials.  Stop acting like you do.

3 thoughts on “Obama Hates the Poor and Middle Class as Much as Wall Street Does

  1. wken 14 Feb 2011 at 4:27 pm

    They hate him because they haven’t looked at enough facts to see that he’s one of them. The radio-blabberers say that Pres. Obama is a radical leftist, and the fact that he hasn’t remotely governed as one doesn’t change that “fact.”

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    • Jim 14 Feb 2011 at 4:56 pm

      well that alone shows how completely empty headed they are

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  2. Chuck Grantham 15 Feb 2011 at 3:05 pm

    Obama gets his campaign contributions from the same places as everyone else. Payment received, services susequently rendered.

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