How will Obama save us from global economic collapse and deflationary spiral?
Employers are laying people off left and right. How are people going to be able to buy a home if they can't even keep a job for longer than 2 or 3 years? If people don't have jobs home prices are going to collapse and we are going to go into a defaltionary spiral.
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What makes you think he would want to stop that? Power is relative. The weaker we get, the stronger he becomes. "Never waste a good crisis".
Answered By: righteousjohnson - 5/6/2010
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He isn't going to save anyone. He's the one letting it happen so he can implement his social equality....or socialism. If you haven't noticed already...it's coming, and fast.
Answered By: Reagan '12 - 5/6/2010
At this point, I do not ask that he try to "save us" but rather that he stop destroying us. *
Answered By: Jacob W - 5/6/2010
If only Obama and the leaders will be faithful to America, and to its citizen, we can recover fast... More
Answered By: cLoud17 - 5/6/2010
He won't. His globalist backers are behind the coming global collapse and every destructive policy that Obama is implementing is groundwork for them. Remember - they want wealth re-distribution - not just in the US, but globally.
Answered By: Cat-astrophe - 5/6/2010
He isn't going to help anymore than he already has. It's up to the people to find ways to fend for themselves. My advice: Buy a .625 Big Bore Blowgun, Curare and start practicing hunting elk, cows, chickens or what have you, I don't know what your taste in meat is 0-o. Learn to live off the land. The eco. is going to... More
Answered By: Ryu - 5/7/2010
'RIghteous Johnson' nailed it! THe worse off we get, the better it looks for the Dems and their ideologies!
Answered By: Messin with Sasquatch! - 5/8/2010
The man sitting in the oval office right now is clearly trying to destroy America and all she stands for. Since Obama has taken office - rather trying to right the ship that Bush started to sink - he is merely trying to sink this ship faster and deeper. Never before in our glorious history has America faced such... More
Answered By: Deine papieren, bitte! ®™ - 5/8/2010
What makes you think he will?
Answered By: Arnold - 5/8/2010
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