Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Goldman Sachs - Where's the Poetic Justice? - To Rush for Judgment

Goldman and Obama,
Goldman and Geithner,
Goldman, the Paulsons, and the Fed;
Goldman for money,
Goldman for Marxists,
Goldman, for control o'er your head.

Rush Limbaugh asserts today, "Oh ho no! Goldman's in on this; they'll pay a litttle bitty fine here, but I mean they're gonna be sitting pretty once this bill passes." He reads an email from a friend of his, whether inside or outside the beltway:
You know Rush, we have spent a zillion years working in or closely observing the federal government. Now, Bill Clinton's war room was an amazing monstrosity, but I have never seen anything like this kind of strategic intermingling of a bare knuckles political operation with the levers of power. And the cynicism about how stupid the American Public must be is breathtaking.

Even as Gibbs and Emanuel are denying the SEC case and the push for new regulations have nothing to do with each other, Obama's Alinskyites are buying Web links knowing that people will be surfing to get information about the case, assuring that they'll get Obama's spin first.

I mean who even thinks of doing this stuff? Yet they're not just thinking about it, they're doing it! I don't think he's competent at anything else, except giving speeches from a teleprompter, but I do think this guy knows the tactical community organizer stuff through and through and Alinskyite community organizing is a mix of the lawful, the barely lawful, and the clearly unlawful and the extortionate...
"...which is what they call 'direct action,'" concludes Limbaugh, "pretty much what the Gambino family calls 'making an offer you can't refuse.' That's what Obama is a professional at and that's what's frightening to watch."

This step in the revolution is "where we're at." Next, we will look back, to John C. Drew's account of college age Barry Obama's vehement insistence upon the success of a sophisticated Marxist strategy for overcoming America, already firm in his mind in his undergraduate days at Occidental College.

Many, from Rolling Stone Magazine, to even conventionally conservative publications have dipped their lenses under the surface of Goldman Sachs' recent role in the cause of engineering global Marxofascism. We are likely to present some of those dots, connected for you in the near future, too. - AW

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