President Obama just announced yet another homeowner
bailout. He insists his “simple” plan – which puts taxpayers on the
hook for banks which are forced to lend more money than a house is
worth – poses no risk to the rest of us. Wasn’t this exactly the
type of reckless and unjustified expansion of government – in
effect, forcing us all to take on second mortgages to pay for our
neighbors’ homes – which kindled the Tea Party movement in the
My New Obama
Mortgage By Asher Embry
So yet again I’m asked to pay my neighbor’s mortgage
The reflex creeping up my leg feels nothing like a thrill.
O says it’s really simple; since the banks, he’ll make
But me, I’ve seen that farce before; it costs me either
I searched the Constitution since a document so
Surely guarantees us all a lower mortgage rate.
But no such thing; a fact confirming what we always knew:
Barack consults a different Constitution than we do.
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