Monday, October 13, 2008

Obama has spoken; everything's okay now

Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama spoke to a sold-out crowd today (a couple of thousand) in Toledo. He announced his new economic plan which includes a two-year tax credit for companies that hire new employees, a 90-day moratorium on home foreclosures for those making a 'good faith effort' to pay their mortgages, and withdrawals from 401(k) retirement accounts without penalties.

While I'm sure there will be a lot of discussion across the blogosphere about his proposals, I thought you might be interested in what one attendee had to say, per NewsTalk 1370 WSPD:

"I love what I heard today and I believe that everything's going to be okay now."

1 comment:

skeeter1107 said...

Frightening. A willingness to check logic and reason at the door in exchange for cult and personality.

They are fish mesmerized by the shiny lure. Believing that what they see is the answer to their ills. Once they swallow, they will discover that should Obama become President, their reality, much like the fish, will be painful and shocking.

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