Obama, Geithner, Bernanke, Pelosi, Barney Frank, Chris Dodd, Harry Reid and every “lawmaker” : “These guys are eating my lunch.”
That’s from my friend who lost his job, will lose his home to foreclosure and has gained only a credit score that would bring Tiger Woods to tears.
He used “eating my lunch” instead of “breaking my heart” because he’s purchased a gun and a broken heart was getting him nowhere.
He’s getting kind of heartless.
“Eating someone else’s lunch is un-American, as Nancy Pelosi must know,” he told me.
He has a lot of time to watch TV now that he lost his income and his job.
For those in the immigrant community that only habla Espanol, when the law is enforced at your door, that is the law, which most people, except for Nancy Pelosi, do not consider as un-American. When someone eats your lunch, which is an idiom, it means to take advantage of you, as in “clean your clock,” cross the border illegally and stuff like that.
The President is eating my lunch beause he refuses to fire Tim Geithner — but now maybe he will rethink that after finding out that Turbo Tax Tim had many of the bailout recipients sign a form indicating, maybe even swearing, that they did not owe the federal government any back taxes — but Tim never asked the IRS to check.
Those that got billions in bailout money ate Turbo Tax Tim’s lunch and the lunch and tax money of every taxpayer.
But the president insists: “Nobody is working harder than this guy.”
My friend is working hard trying to get a real job: not a cushy do anything and get paid job. Not a job with no accountability like Geithner’s job. Not a job where you can lie like Dodd’s job. Not a job where you can write a book and make $5 million, or get on Jay Leno, or fly in style like Obama’s job.
Bernanke is eating my lunch because his Fed action already caused the price of oil to go up and the value of the dollar to go down.
Every American lawmaker in Washington DC who did not vote against the stimulus ate my lunch because nobody read the stimulus and that is the law that allowed AIG to pay bonuses — while it gave away billions of dollars.
That’s not lunch money. But maybe chump change to Obama: not to me. I pay my taxes — and not with Turbo Tax — I hire a guy because that ensures it gets done better than Geithner can do.
And those “lawmakers” who gave billions of dollars to the likes of Obama, Geithner and Bernanke and a bunch of government agents who are eating my lunch and getting their clocks cleaned by those getting bailout money — I hate them all. The entire lunch eating flock.
Barney Frank ate my lunch because he missed the looming failure of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and missed the arrival of the recession. Isn’t he the guy that stampeded many to create the rapid fire stimulus? Isn’t his stimulus the law that legalized the AIG bonuses — the same bonuses he offers to tax at 90%? (Which may be unconstitutional?)
He ate our lunch for sure.
I’ll just throw Charlie Rangel in here for eating my lunch too. He’s trying to rush a 90% tax on those that got bonuses like the AIG guys. But hey, Charlie: that might be unconstitutional. And hey, Chalie, can you go though an audit for us, pal?
Amnesia Chris Dodd ate our lunch and then lied about it: putting language into the stimulus to help his buddies at AIG to pay those now famous bonuses.
Then Judas Dodd threw his buddies at AIG under the bus.
Barack Obama hired Turbo Tax Tim and Joe Biden so he continues to eat my lunch every day.
As Biden says, “This was a stupid idea.”
“Give us a f &*^%$# ing break”
But the president wants ME, US, and YOU to be confident because that could help the economy improve.
No habla. Habla Espanol.
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Darkened shadows: US President Barack Obama (R) stands with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (L) as he makes remarks about AIG and his economic recovery package before departing for a trip to California from the White House in Washington, March 18, 2009. Obama on Wednesday assailed AIG’s hefty executive bonuses as an “inappropriate use of taxpayer funds,” saying the government needed tools to prevent a situation like AIG’s from ever again posing a risk to the financial system. But Geithner paid those bonuses with taxpayers money….REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst