May 5, 2009

America's Payday Loan

Payday loans are an insidiously seducing possibility. When you're short on cash and you need to make it through to your next paycheck, a payday loan seems like a great way to bridge the cash shortfall gap. America's current economic downturn is analogous to the same situation, with President Obama as the corrupt lender.

Ask about our Never Pay Plan.

Jonah Goldberg points out the arrogance of the Obama spending spree.
Obama has surely helped set the tone for the unfolding riot of liberal hubris. In his effort to reprise the sort of expansion of liberal power we saw in the ’30s and ’60s, Obama has — without a whiff of self-doubt — committed America to $6.5 trillion in extra debt, $65 billion for each of his first 100 days, and that’s based on an impossibly rosy forecast of the economy. No wonder congressional Democrats clamor to take over corporations, tax the air we breathe, and set wages for everybody.
$6.5 trillion! It's deceptively seductive. No worry for you, we'll help you out. We'll borrow from China, we'll borrow from your children and grandchildren, we'll even spend the money for you. No worries for you, we've got it covered.

There's no free lunch. If you think there is, you're one of those suckers born every minute. There's no get rich quick. America has to wake up to it's fiscal realities, both personally and nationally. And it wouldn't hurt for states like California to pay attention.

This is America's Payday Loan. Don't sign the papers if you still can avoid it. Just walk away.

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