For Obama, Crisis is a Really Good Thing

After Pearl Harbor, Franklin Roosevelt didn’t also declare a crisis in health care, the environment, education, our energy supply and other fibers of the national fabric.

Obama did.

Suddenly, when faced with a huge financial and economic crisis, we needed a total overhaul of health care in order to survive.  Health care costs are the reason the economy is a mess.

Same for education: without a better (and much more costly federalized) system, our future is bleak.

“Never waste a good crisis” has become the semi-official motto of the Obama administration.

Rahm Emanuel and Team Obama say: Open that can of worms.

But when Obama’s gloom and doom about the economy prompted others to say maybe we should prioritize and focus more on the economy and wait on health care and these other projects, President Obama now says the crisis is “not as bad as we think.”

He even trotted out Rosy Romer and a bunch of others on the Sunday talk shows to tell us so.

So lets wait.  Lets’s wait to see if the economy is improving before we bet the kids’ future by spending all the borrowed money we can muster to fix health care and everything else.

If Bernanke is right and the rebound is ahead this year: show me.

Or tell me how, when and by whom this humongous tax and debt bill will be repaid?

The thing about a crisis is: it really can be a can of worms if it is handled without measured steps.  By opening the current economic can of worms with a full throttle assault on America’s former self and proposing what is really a wholesale change to socialism, the president may have bitten off too many worms at once.

The “Tea Party Protests” are just the first sign of trouble….

http://michellemalkin.com/2009/03/1
6/no-duh-white-house-worried-abou
t-bailout-backlash/

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316/ap_on_bi_ge/bernanke60_minutes

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Washington Times Editorial:
Crisis is Obama’s Mantra
http://www.washingtontimes.com/
news/2009/mar/16/obamanomics/

Obama Can’t Govern Until He Kills More Positions
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB12
3716137102835601.html

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One Response to “For Obama, Crisis is a Really Good Thing”

  1. Tom Awtry Says:

    I agree with you, posted and I guess we straddled with the economy, but lets take a look at the brighter size of possible opportunity that may laid ahead of us.

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