Stimulus a Bust?

Is stimulus a scam, a bust, and if it is, should President Obama be blamed for it?

The question deserves an answer, and even if you think that the President walks on water, and or had no knowledge of criminal acts being committed by companies that received money from the stimulus program, you have to know that no matter what someone has to stand up and take responsibility even if they do not feel responsible, sure you can blame someone for what is your responsibility, but in the long run the President is the last word in many instances, if something was going on and the people he had in charge of these issues were not doing their jobs, then yes, it is his fault because as Chief as commander, he is responsible.

A solar panel company that allegedly received 500 million stimulus dollars is now broke, it would be interesting to see if someone got big bonuses, last Christmas.

If they did, why is this, and why are they not being sued for wasting tax payer money?

That is the thing that everyone should be concerned about.

Where is all that stimulus money, do we have thieves that need to be in jail because they are, Criminals?

So in reality can the president stop these criminals, (if that is what they are and it would seen so) (allegedly)

Perhaps, and that may be why they are investigating, the thing here is this why did they not make sure that crooks would not get this money in the first place?

How many of these companies are out there, that allegedly took the money and then filed bankruptcy?

Can the White House be expected to be responsible for what a criminal would do if given the opportunity?

The answer has to be no, but after they know there is a problem then certainly they must do something about it.

Preferably, without hurting any one in the process unless they happen to be the criminals that is.

 


debt crisis?

Are we only a short few months from financial ruin?

Will we see another Great Depression?

What was so great about the last depression?

The Great Depression lasted from 1929 to 1941, a total of 12 years.

Almost 50 percent of all the children in the US did not have enough food or even a place to live medical was almost non existent.

The stock market lost more than 29 Billion dollars in the first week of the depression.

More than three quarters of a million farmers went bankruptcy, many never again were farmers.

They lost their land their homes and everything they ever worked for.

The unemployment rate was more than 24 percent.

Almost every nation abandoned the gold standard in favor of printing more money which caused even more problems for the people that were left to starve in the streets.

source facts.randomhistory.com
After the initial crash, there was a wave of suicides in the New York’s financial district. It is said that the clerks of one hotel even started asking new guests if they needed a room for sleeping or jumping.

source facts.randomhistory.com
The “Three Little Pigs“—released May 27, 1933, and produced by Walt Disney—was seen as symbolic of the Great Depression, with the wolf representing the Depression and the three little pigs representing average citizens who eventually succeeded by working together.


The end of prosperity

Is this the end of American Prosperity?

Will Barack hussein Obama be the last American President?

Is this the hope and the change that you wanted?

The Great Depression lasted from 1929 to 1941, a total of 12 years.

Almost 50 percent of all the children in the US did not have enough food or even a place to live medical was almost non existent.

The stock market lost more than 29 Billion dollars in the first week of the depression.

More than three quarters of a million farmers went bankruptcy, many never again were farmers.

They lost their land their homes and everything they ever worked for.

The unemployment rate was more than 24 percent.

Almost every nation abandoned the gold standard in favor of printing more money which caused even more problems for the people that were left to starve in the streets.

source facts.randomhistory.com
After the initial crash, there was a wave of suicides in the New York’s financial district. It is said that the clerks of one hotel even started asking new guests if they needed a room for sleeping or jumping.

source facts.randomhistory.com
The “Three Little Pigs“—released May 27, 1933, and produced by Walt Disney—was seen as symbolic of the Great Depression, with the wolf representing the Depression and the three little pigs representing average citizens who eventually succeeded by working together.