March to Socialism: Out of Money – Glenn Beck

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GLENN: President Obama was recently asked a tough question. Yes, believe it or not they will happen once in a while. The interviewer, C Span hosts Steve Scully, asking about soaring trillion dollar deficits and said at what point do we run out of money? Here’s what Barack Obama said.

VOICE: You know the number’s $1.8 trillion debt, a national deficit of $11 trillion. At what point do we run out of money?

GLENN: Well, the way we print and spend money, I would expect President Obama just to respond, well, we’re not going to, et cetera, et cetera. Here’s what he said.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well, we’re out of money now.

GLENN: So the hang on. This is critical. The Messiah knows that we’re out of money now. That’s weird, you know, that he’s aware of that because he’s spending trillions of dollars. That’s like going to the mall and your wife is in the Prada store and you are like, honey, at what point do we run out of money? And she’s got all these purses and everything and she’s bringing them up to the counter and she’s like, oh, honey, we’re out of money now. Why are we in the Prada store then? Apparently Obama knew he said something that scenario at the Prada store, something true but crazy. As Mr. Brilliant politician man, he should have known you can’t just say it that way. So he started to backtrack.

PRESIDENT OBAMA: We’re operating in deep deficits not caused by any decisions we’ve made on healthcare so far.

GLENN: Okay. So that’s your wife standing in the Prada store: Honey, at what point do we run out of money? Oh, my gosh, we are I mean, we’re out of money now. But not because of any bad decisions we’ve made in the past on buying purses or anything like that, no. It’s not our fault, you see. I love this explanation. Not caused by any decisions that we’ve made on health, so far. He doesn’t even consider that all of the other spending has contributed to the problem of, you know, being out of money. So in other words, this might be the first time your wife had a purse she doesn’t have a purse problem. She hasn’t been spending money on purses. She’s been spending it on shoes. "Honey, we’re out of money now but not because of the purses." "Yeah, I know, but because you were spending it on shoes." "Honey, we haven’t been spending it on purses. If I just buy enough purses, then we’ll be okay."
Here’s Barack Obama once again.

PRESIDENT OBAMA: This is as a consequence of the crisis that we’ve seen and, in fact, our failure to make some good decisions on healthcare over the last several decades.

GLENN: See, the problem with the deficit is we didn’t have enough spending over the past several decades on the right stuff. If we would have only given away free healthcare to every citizen, visitor, illegal alien, exchange student, maybe, then just maybe everything would be okay. Is anybody buying this? How? I’d love an explanation. I mean, what would have been a good decision in the past? Should we have bankrupt our country back then? It’s socialism. Socialism. Not happy with the speed which we’re destroying our country; we can do it even faster. Let’s step on the gas and accelerate right into that red brick wall at the end of the road we like to call problem solved. What? We’re not speeding out of control anymore. Isn’t it great?
VOICE: That was even more overwhelming evidence that we are destined to be a bunch of socialist pigs very, very soon on the Glenn Beck program.

Source:  Daily Thought Pad

Posted:  Marion’s Place

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