Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Bush Endorses Obama's Agenda

If this doesn't convince you of the political fooleys and New World Order Agenda, nothing will:

"Bush says he won't criticize because Obama 'deserves my silence'

CALGARY, Alberta - Former president George W. Bush said yesterday that he won't criticize President Obama because Obama "deserves my silence," and said he plans to write a book about the 12 toughest decisions he made in office. Bush declined to critique the Obama administration in his first speech since leaving office. Former vice president Dick Cheney has said that Obama's decisions are threatening America's safety.

Funny how the Globe missed these protesters, huh?

George Bush Does Stand-up Comedy While Protester Call For His Arrest

And it looks like Dick is setting up the next false-flag operation; probably left the plan on his desk for the next guy.

Bush said he wants Obama to succeed and said it's important that he has that support.... "I love my country a lot more than I love politics," Bush said. "I think it is essential that he be helped in office."

So much for the RHETORIC and ENEMIES of POLITICS, huh?

Obama is carrying Bush's New World Order forward, and Bush approves!

"Obama fends off dissenters on budget

Facing discomfort and some dissension in his own ranks, President Obama defended his sweeping $3.6 trillion spending plan yesterday after huddling with top Democratic budget writers....

Some Democrats are also fretting about some major components of Obama's plan, including carbon emissions limits that would lead to higher energy bills, and restrictions on how much in charitable donations that higher-income taxpayers could deduct.

Related: Senate Fart Plug

Obama's Face Fart

And look at them DEFENDING the RICHERS TAX BREAKS!!!

Republicans noted that Senator Kent Conrad himself, chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, said last week that he worried that the growing deficit "fundamentally threatens the economic security of this country. I believe it in my bones."

Conrad told reporters yesterday that he anticipates new estimates this week will show a worse fiscal picture than predicted by Obama's budget - and that will probably mean less spending on Obama initiatives and greater efforts to curb the deficit.

Obama is projecting a federal deficit of $1.75 trillion this year, by far the largest in history, but says he can get it down to $533 billion by 2013. But, he said, he won't cut back spending that will lead to real prosperity.

Obama also lashed out at Republicans who are opposing his budget without proposing alternatives. " 'Just say no' is the right advice to give your teenagers about drugs," Obama said. "It is not an acceptable response to whatever economic policy is proposed by the other party."

Related: Liberals Can't Hear Ron Paul Republicans

Sounds like Obama is deaf.

"Obama's computer chief reinstated from his leave

WASHINGTON - President Obama's computer chief is being reinstated from a leave he was on after an FBI raid at his old job, the White House said yesterday. At the same time, the White House labeled as a "youthful indiscretion" a misdemeanor theft that Vivek Kundra committed 13 years ago.....

From one administration of thieves to another, 'eh?


Also see: Slow Saturday Special: Obama's Shield

Obama's Fast-Track F*** of the American People
Obama Breaks Wind Over Environmentalists