The "Obama" Ship (of State)
- 2009/05/28 15:17:53
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I once heard Obama and his cohorts agenda explained like this:
(made me think…….)
If the American economy were like this huge ship (maybe even an “Ark”?) on the ocean, fulla peeps, and you wanted to take it over…..one thing you could do would be to.....
Just take out the rudder. You’d now have have control of the peeps (they’d be more scared by the minute) – totally under your control.
But of course, you wouldn’t have control of the ship! So as it listed and bounced around the waves, the peeps inside get more and more afraid, and more dependent on you.
Trouble is, you still don’t have control of the “ship”!
Now you got the ship, and all the peeps, more and more all the time so you’ll be sure to be elected Captain – but to save yourself, you gotta get control back. And you don’t know how to replace the rudder.
So, you get some self-ascribed “experts” around you – but you soon realize they are all hot air (kinda like you)…… Now what do you do?
Do you go below decks and try and find a real “expert” to get rudder back on, so you can really control the ship and save everyone? Or do you just go below decks and take all their money, in case another ship comes by and you can “bail” with all their money?
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