Good idea, Barry; let's clean up the mess - yours

Ethel C. Fenig
Rallying for a Democratic candidate in Virginia, President Barack Obama (D) roused the crowd on health care with this totalitarian us v them Saul Alinsky community organizing tactic.

"I don't want the folks who created the mess to do a lot of talking. I want them to get out of the way so we can clean up the mess."

Well, ok, I'll go along with that. Let's get those messed up folks out of the way so we, not you President Barack Obama, can "clean up" your mess. And yes, since you put it that way, it is your mess.

Let's start with getting those union folks out of the way, especially those leaders. Tell them to shut up and stop talking more: more benefits, more health care paid for by someone else than union members, less work done by union members for more money. Government (nee General) Motors has gone bust largely by becoming a health benefits company for retirees and workers with a small, inefficient auto manufacturing plant attached. Rigid work rules, early retirement and all those goodies you talked the management into weren't free and now, thanks to your talking, many workers are unemployed. So stop the talking and let others clean up the mess you left for those hard working blue collar folks.

And then there are the talkative--and suing--lawyers. You know, like John Edwards. Blithely suing doctors and keeping large chunks of the award for himself he lived lavishly while forcing up health care costs with increased insurance premiums and lawsuit proof extraneous work; in the process driving some obstetricians and other high risk specialists out of town.

And after that we're going to clean up the mess made by legislators talking out of both sides of their mouths on housing--you know like Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) who talked and said Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are in fine shape so let's give everyone mortgages, even if they can't afford it, because if you don't we'll sue you for racism. And all those legislators who got easy, questionable mortgages (example, Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT)) and former Illinois Senator and now President, Barack  Obama; yeah, we've got to clean up those mortgage and housing messes too.

So yeah, President Barack  Obama, get out of the way so we, the citizens, not you and your name calling legislators and trial lawyers allies, can clean up the mess. And first we are going to do the talking--at town halls, in the new media where we have access, in contacting our elected officials because have the right to express ourselves too--no matter what kind of names you call us. And you are going to listen. Calling us names, trying to take our names, won't stop us.

So, get outta the way--for here we come--all those religion clingers, gun loving citizens. And yes, we're going to clean up the mess left by the big government, the redistributors of other's wealth, the professional victims and the professional victimizers.

And by the way, President Barack  Obama--thanks for the encouragement. Even if you didn't mean it the way the mob interpreted it.

 


Rallying for a Democratic candidate in Virginia, President Barack Obama (D) roused the crowd on health care with this totalitarian us v them Saul Alinsky community organizing tactic.

"I don't want the folks who created the mess to do a lot of talking. I want them to get out of the way so we can clean up the mess."

Well, ok, I'll go along with that. Let's get those messed up folks out of the way so we, not you President Barack Obama, can "clean up" your mess. And yes, since you put it that way, it is your mess.

Let's start with getting those union folks out of the way, especially those leaders. Tell them to shut up and stop talking more: more benefits, more health care paid for by someone else than union members, less work done by union members for more money. Government (nee General) Motors has gone bust largely by becoming a health benefits company for retirees and workers with a small, inefficient auto manufacturing plant attached. Rigid work rules, early retirement and all those goodies you talked the management into weren't free and now, thanks to your talking, many workers are unemployed. So stop the talking and let others clean up the mess you left for those hard working blue collar folks.

And then there are the talkative--and suing--lawyers. You know, like John Edwards. Blithely suing doctors and keeping large chunks of the award for himself he lived lavishly while forcing up health care costs with increased insurance premiums and lawsuit proof extraneous work; in the process driving some obstetricians and other high risk specialists out of town.

And after that we're going to clean up the mess made by legislators talking out of both sides of their mouths on housing--you know like Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) who talked and said Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are in fine shape so let's give everyone mortgages, even if they can't afford it, because if you don't we'll sue you for racism. And all those legislators who got easy, questionable mortgages (example, Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT)) and former Illinois Senator and now President, Barack  Obama; yeah, we've got to clean up those mortgage and housing messes too.

So yeah, President Barack  Obama, get out of the way so we, the citizens, not you and your name calling legislators and trial lawyers allies, can clean up the mess. And first we are going to do the talking--at town halls, in the new media where we have access, in contacting our elected officials because have the right to express ourselves too--no matter what kind of names you call us. And you are going to listen. Calling us names, trying to take our names, won't stop us.

So, get outta the way--for here we come--all those religion clingers, gun loving citizens. And yes, we're going to clean up the mess left by the big government, the redistributors of other's wealth, the professional victims and the professional victimizers.

And by the way, President Barack  Obama--thanks for the encouragement. Even if you didn't mean it the way the mob interpreted it.