“When the stock market doubled, doubling every 401K, making all those haters richer – twice as rich – as they were when Bush left us stranded with a dropping, scary economy,” Matthews questions? “Did they ever look up and say, even hesitantly, Well, I’ll give him this one? No! No! No!”
The constant Quantitative Easing has supported the stock market rise by printing more and more money. So the stock market is artificially inflated to make the economy look good, creating another bubble that will break. But, each dollar in the retirement funds of the average American has been drastically shrunk in value. So to look at his over four trillion dollar increase in the debt is only mortgaging America’s future. All Obama’s claims of success usually have something sneaky and destructive hidden within.
Matthews whiningly makes his case the hate of Obama, if it is there, is all about racism. “You can discount it all. You can say it’s not about race or whatever. You can say it, but …”
And Matthews continues crying in his beer, “Think about this. In all the criticisms you’ve heard the haters say about African Americans all the years of your life – and think about this man’s life – about how hard he worked at school, how he achieved so highly at school, how he married so well and so faithfully, how he’s fathered two great daughters and kept them, protected them, been a truly great father to them, be a true partner in his marriage, treated his office with such respect and dignity – has never once let us down with his personal behavior and yet …”.
Matthews builds up the legend of this man we hardly know. He presents a façade as grand as the Greek pillars that exalted Obama in his 2008 campaign event in Colorado! Matthews says, “think about this man’s life– about how hard he worked at school, how he achieved so highly at school.”
But, Obama’s records are sealed. The only way we can know about these things is from unreliable, Obama enamored sources like Matthews. Wouldn’t we be foolish to take their word for it? Is what he tells us the truth?