Hope, Change, and Mortgage Payments

01Nov08

The hope for an end to financial struggle – mortgage payments, college tuitions, transportation – is a universal one. The belief that relieving some of that burden from those with the least is the job of government – not by improving one’s potentials but by gifting – is a driving force of liberalism.

This is the cruel hoax of Barack’s hope message.

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4 Responses to “Hope, Change, and Mortgage Payments”

  1. 1 Anonymous

    If she is someone who doesn’t pay taxes and collects $ from the government, then she won’t have to worry because all of the “RICH” will take care of her and people in the same situation as she. There is just so much $ to be spread around for everyone. Oh, can you all feel the love?

  2. 2 Anonymous

    I work every day. I don’t make a lot of money. But I work. And I pay all my bills. I don’t have my own home (I rent), I don’t have expanded cable (I just pay for networks), I don’t have a new car (mine is 7 years old and has 160,000 miles on it). I don’t have these things because I can’t afford them. But I don’t want the government handing money to me. If I didn’t earn it, I don’t want it. If I want a new car, I should save my money and buy it. If I want a home, I should save up a downpayment and buy something I CAN AFFORD!
    Sometimes this requires working 2 or 3 jobs. But if you want it, you should work for it.
    When you take the “poor me” stance, you won’t ever have anything. You aren’t OWED anything in this life. If you want it, EARN IT!
    I wish more people would think like this instead of like this poor woman who thinks that the government owes her something.

  3. 3 Anonymous

    I love how you racists automatically assume this woman is referring to welfare handouts.

  4. 4 Anonymous

    There are people of all races and color who are looking for handouts all of the time and getting them.


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