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tacitus
02-21-2009, 11:31 AM
Looks like the morons really believed the magic negro's campaign speeches.

By Christopher S. Brownwell (http://www.americanthinker.com/christopher_s_brownwell/)

President Obama is auditioning American Idle contestants. These non-producers of our society stole the show at his town meeting in Ft. Meyers, Florida on February 10, 2009. It was like watching a Saturday Night Live skit when a parade of sad sacks asked for handouts. Henrietta Hughes tearfully begged the President for a car, a kitchen and a bathroom. Julio Osegueda, overcome in spontaneous euphoria, asked the president what his plans are for giving him better benefits at his job for McDonald's. A man, who was recently laid off and receiving the forced generosity of the American people through his unemployment check, ungratefully asked why the government did not compensate him for his entire salary.

It's as if these losers of life's lottery were expecting the president to turn water into wine or to take five loaves and two small fish and feed the entire nation. These examples are just the loudest illustrations of people in America growing up with a mentality of entitlement to their every desires.

Where are all the exposés and investigative reports on these characters as on Joe the Plumber? The problem with Joe the Plumber is that he is a producer who dared expose the liberal Marxist, redistributionist agenda. This agenda punishes the successful producers to give to the non-producers, the idle. These idle hands are expecting handouts.

Michele Malkin (http://michellemalkin.com/2009/02/11/a-henrietta-hughes-flashback) did some digging and discovered that in 2004 Henrietta Hughes and her son, Corey, were living off the charity of others in Rochester, New York. Corey was able to "take comfort" in the free medical services provided by a doctor. Rochester's newspaper, the Democrat and Chronicle, described Corey as an out-of-work computer programmer. He graduated from Monroe Community College, but, sadly, could not even get a job at Wendy's.

read the rest here. (http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/02/american_idle.html)