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Palin, Biden and the Bail Out

Once I decided to write in Hillary Clinton, I stepped outside of this election. I now watch it fairly objectively. It is interesting to watch the spin on the VP debate last night. People seem to have no integrity whatsoever. If you are for McCain, Palin won the debate. If you are for Obama, Palin is trailer trash who could not earn a GED.

The truth is Biden was excellent and would have won the debate if this were an objective contest. He exposed the empty sloganeering of the McCain campaign eloquently. “Not a maverick when he...”

Biden used the occasion to explain the failure of the Supreme Court to acknowledge the economic effects of domestic violence and he deserves great praise for this and the VAWA which he sponsored. He is trying now to pass the IVAWA. I have often thought that Biden was picked because he has done the most concretely to help women and that was seen to balance Obama’s sexism. Biden and Palin should unite in some way and steal the election from the big boys.

The trouble is, Biden is running with Obama who won his nomination through the use of sexism, sexist surrogates and race baiting where no racism existed or was intended. Oh yeah, and rules manipulation, delegate buying, republican voting in democrat primaries and state disenfranchisements. Obama has in his entire career achieved nothing for the working class to whom he has shown the open contempt of the elites, especially when he thinks he is with his own class.

Biden is stuck with a candidate who sought to demigod issues and divided and embittered his base to inflame them and solidify their allegiance. The enemy was white women who did have a record of achievement. He called us old, bitter and uneducated, racists clinging to guns and religion. Race relations in the US will never be the same. AA have lost important allies in order to worship at the cult of Obama. At least women saw clearly how the Democrats have simply use feminist issues without ever actually advancing them.

I am writing in Hillary Clinton for president. Hillary is clearly the person working class people need right now. In my life of voting for Democrats continually, this time, I am voting for the person who is the one I want. Democrats have lost my kneejerk vote forever. From now on I will have to see why a woman should vote for them. They cannot keep claiming the victories women won in the second wave as their own while using Ludicrous to sing at their rallies. They count on feminist rank and file to do the dirty work for them while they do not even pretend to respect women. They could not even pass equal pay for equal work while in the majority in Congress. Their fembots will still be there pretending they represent women but the votes will be gone. Especially if Obama gets elected and shows us how he won’t govern for our benefit.

Biden served as the example of liberal hypocrisy when he defended wars of liberation including Bosnia and even suggested Darfur. At the same time he clung to the party line that Iraq was a mistake. All the same arguments for a war of liberation existed before we invaded Iraq. Saddam committed genocide on the Kurds, used WOMD, and tortured masses of his own citizens hideously. Saddam funded the families of terrorist and encouraged terrorism against the US.

Biden cannot speak so eloquently about other military interventions and condemn Iraq. He would have been more trustworthy if he had criticized the war's mismanagement including underestimates of the number of troops and equipment needed, failures to stop looting of the infrastructure initially, Bremmer's reconstruction failures, Bush's refusal to insist on a secular government, failure to protect women, failure to insist on control of Iraq's oil profits to fund the reconstruction, privatization, torture, and war profiteering by Halliburton rather than trying to parrot BO’s position that the war is a mistake. Palin trounced Biden's argument by saying that we demolished a dictator, sucked all of Al-Qaeda's resources into the fight there and educated our own country as to the complexities of Islam and its' threat to our civilization. Palin exposed Biden's (and the left) opposition as partisan and hypocritical in light of the Democrat lip service to human rights.

I admire Palin’s actions in governing. Especially as compared to Obama's non governing (no hearings on issues, no travel to the war zone, no bills of value to working people or even to Chicago's south side). Where Obama enriched himself, Palin enriched the citizens of Alaska. Palin understands the working class and her governance responded to their concerns. Obama does not feel the working class and therefore only talks and does not produce. Palin did not try to push her religious views on the population. I think she is smart enough to moderate them.

Palin also was clear about who she thought caused the economic crises and it wasn’t stupid, poor, greedy, people who wanted to own homes which is a line pushed by Wall St.

Wall St blamed disadvantaged people they preyed upon while they profited from the practice of "flipping". Flipping involved a group of predator co-conspirators including inflated property assessments and overpriced housing which displaced low income renters and made affordable housing unavailable. Flippers took advantage of mortgages secured by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mack that required no down payments and remained low for the first two years and then "ballooned". These mortgages were supposed to be profitable - high risk/high return on the investment for the mortgage holder. Flippers were betting they could sell the property at a profit before the mortgage would balloon. But in Congress the Democrats were telling the public that these types of loans were good for poor people, allowing poor people to own their own homes. No one said the emperor had no clothes because all the courtiers were making money. Overpriced homes were sold with predatory mortgage contracts running 15-30 pages in tiny type,with all advantages to the predatory lenders and no member of congress tried to actually protect the poor people.

Bush tried to regulate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mack. McCain introduced regulatory bills. The majority Democratic Congress defeated those efforts. Now working people are buying these toxic loans while Social Security supposedly is also in trouble. No member of Congress is proposing to give Social Security $700 billion dollars. Palin voiced our working class outrage in the debate.

Palin failed however, to draw the comparison to Biden's Credit Card/Bankruptcy bill which allowed the credit card companies to assume a predatory relationship to consumers. This was a serious flaw and Palin should have been prepared to do it. Oops, maybe she couldn't do it because McCain voted for it?

Palin also did not draw comparisons to what the insurance industry is doing to poor people that mirrors the predatory practices of the credit card and mortgage companies. Insurance companies are charging for premiums based on class not credit history or length of insured with no claims. Premiums are being based on income with the poor being charged more to insure their homes than the rich, regardless of how many years previous they have had their homes insured with no claims. The Insurance Companies say without shame that poor home owners are likely to make fraudulent claims while the rich are more honest. Insurance Companies are using their own manipulated statistics to claim generally that high risk deserves high return rather than being forced to base premiums on the insured's actual claims record.

Once again, no politician has called this outrageous discrimination against the poor fraudulent. Once again, poor neighborhoods are being redlined with Insurance Companies refusing to insure any homes at all in some areas. No politician has proposed any bail out plans for those neighborhoods. No politician is asking what is good for the people. As usual they ask only what is good for the fat cats who are funding their political campaigns and writing our laws.

Sara Palin is of the working class and can be trusted as she clearly understands the struggle. The proof is that her primary thrust has been to help the working class at the expense of the big lobbyist funders of campaigns. Obama courts those people and that is who he will work for if elected.

But Palin used a lot of cliches and lines she picked up from slogans. She seems manipulated and eager to endorse aspects of McCain’s platform of which she has only an incomplete understanding. Parts of his platform and his votes that hurt the working class. Still I trust her instincts. But her candidate is as much a tool as is Obama and she will support him just as Hillary does Obama.

The huge proof of all I have said is the bail out bill. Tell me the difference between Barny Frank, Biden, McCain, Obama and Palin on the bail out.

Hillary, like Palin, is going along but had proposed New Deal solutions. Hillary was silenced by BO on this just as she was told not to attend the rally against the leader of Iran. At least Palin wanted to go but after the Dem front group threatened retaliation, was dis invited. That Hillary accepts all this, is truly disgusting but I am still writing her in.

For a refreshing and working class analysis of the bail out, see The Conservative’s Nanny State and his blog, Beat The Press, on working class economics.

The Reclusive Leftist is still the best source of news for feminists. Here is a little piece of info from her blog that the media failed to report.

From the CBS interview:

Katie Couric: Do you consider yourself a feminist?

Sarah Palin: I do. I’m a feminist who believes in equal rights and I believe that women certainly today have every opportunity that a man has to succeed and to try to do it all anyway. And I’m very, very thankful that I’ve been brought up in a family where gender hasn’t been an issue. You know, I’ve been expected to do everything growing up that the boys were doing. We were out chopping wood and you’re out hunting and fishing and filling our freezer with good wild Alaskan game to feed our family. So it kinda started with that. With just that expectation that the boys and the girls in my community were expected to do the same and accomplish the same. That’s just been instilled in me.

Couric: What is your definition of a feminist?

Palin: Someone who believes in equal rights. Someone who would not stand for oppression against women.
“No self respecting woman should wish or work for the success of a party that ignores her” -Susan B Anthony, 1872.


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