Friday, October 31, 2008

Obama? No Merci Beaucoup!

FRIDAY SHOCK-- ZOGBY: McCAIN TAKES LEAD 48-47 IN ONE DAY POLL! CAN HE PULL IT OUT? ZOGBY SATURDAY: Republican John McCain has pulled back within the margin of error... The three-day average holds steady, but McCain outpolled Obama 48% to 47% in Friday, one day, polling. He is beginning to cut into Obama's lead among independents, is now leading among blue collar voters, has strengthened his lead among investors and among men, and is walloping Obama among NASCAR voters. Joe the Plumber may get his license after all.--DRUDGE


He never met a tax he didn't like.
He's got crazy friends like Rev. Wright.
He'd rather give away the farm than fight.
No merci beaucoup.

Obama, no merci beaucoup,
Obama, no merci beaucoup,
Obama, no merci beaucoup,
No merci beaucoup.

He thinks oil should be against the law.
He runs down America.
He's ashamed of his own Grandma.
No merci beaucoup.

Hey you good people that work all day,
he's got plans to dock your pay,
and let his unemployed voters go and ___ it away,
No merci beaucoup.

My sentiments exactly.


Then John Tamny writes about Obama Fear in the financial markets for The Financial Times and the complete ignorace most people have of the stagnantion and contraction that is coming to the economy if he's elected. We can't say we haven't been warned:

Mr Obama’s agenda is anathema to entrepreneurial capitalism. Protectionism and isolationism are central tenets of the Obama agenda. Neither is consonant with success in a global economy. Redistribution of wealth is central to Mr Obama’s populism. If we reduce the rewards associated with success and cushion the pain of failure, our incentives to work hard and innovate are diminished. Many observers decry the notion that the success of the wealthy “trickles down” to the poor. And yet, we are right now seeing that this cuts both ways: the pain felt by the wealthy today is “trickling down” to the restaurants, shopkeepers and businesses that keep our population employed.

And we ain't seen nothin' yet.


Webutante said...

To al my liberal, lefty commenters:

Yes, yes, I know other polls still show Obama ahead. But I'm choosing to feature THIS one on my blog at the moment. So put all the contrary data on your own blogs.

And Have A Nice Day.

Bob said...

Wonderful video and post! Thank you for the upbeat musical start to my day!