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By John F. Russell
October 7, 2011
Gary Burman, a former Steamboat Springs resident, talks about why he is part of a national movement to protest inequality in the American economy.
Read Thomas Sowell and go where you can do the most good, the White House and the Capitol steps, leave Steamboat alone.
"The Housing Boom and Bust is a withering attack on the popular notion that the housing market collapse was due to Wall Street greed and lax government regulation. Rather, it was constant political meddling— in regulations restricting land use and pressures on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to reduce loan standards— that Sowell contends created the crisis."
Anyone with eyes and a brain can see that this Occupy everything movement has been orchestrated by the Marxists within the Obama circle, heck, they are even advertising on Craigs list for people to be paid to stand around at these sit ins. Quite telling that the White House and the Dems are supporting this movement and were so outspoken in their dislike of the Tea Party, using terms such as Racists, and Astroturf to describe that group of American Patriots. It won't work hippies.
http://michellemalkin.com/2011/10/07/friday-solyndra-email/ How many scandals will it take before the good people of America realize that this Obama fella is ruining the USA just as I, and many others, said he would? In the words of a former head football coach "he is who we thought he was" a Marxist thief.
And the Gunrunner problem ain't goin away either! Let alone the rest of his damage done.
And if Gary wants to prosecute Mortgage fraud he could start with the hucksters in Congress, Dodd/Frank and the rest of the Dems who pushed the banks to lend to unqualified borrowers. Hypocrites, all.
Seeuski has been proven wrong again and again. Most recently, hows that Sarah Palin election thing coming along for you See?
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