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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Obama's new cheerleader is Ellie Light


Obama's biggest fan, seems to be just everywhere...at least on the letters to the Editorial page

In the SF Examiner on January 20
A year ago, we recognized that the problems President Barack Obama inherited as president wouldn’t go away overnight. Candidate Obama didn’t feed us happy talk, which is why we elected him. He never said America could solve our health care, economic and security problems without raising the deficit. Instead, he talked of hard choices, of government taking painful and contentious first steps toward fixing problems that can’t be left for another day.

Right after Obama’s election, we seemed to grasp this. But today, the president is being attacked as if he were a salesman who promised us that our problems would wash off in the morning. It’s time for Americans to realize that governing is hard work, and that a president can’t just wave a magic wand and fix everything.
Ellie Light, Daly City
A year ago, if we had read in the paper that employers were hiring again, that health care legislation was proceeding without a bump, that Afghanistan suddenly became a nice place to take your kids, we would've known we were being lied to. Back then, we recognized that the problems President Barack Obama inherited as president wouldn't go away overnight...

Right after Obama's election, we seemed to grasp this. We understood that companies would be happy to squeeze more work out of frightened employees and would be slow to hire more. We understood that the banks that had extorted us out of billions of dollars were lying when they said they would share their recovery. We understood that a national consensus on health care would not come easily. Candidate Obama never claimed that his proposed solutions would work flawlessly right out of the box, and we respected him for that.


January 12, in New Mexico Ruidosa News
President can't wave magic wand
To the editor:

A year ago, if we had read in the paper that employers were hiring again, that health care legislation was proceeding without a bump, that Afghanistan suddenly became a nice place to take your kids, we would've known we were being lied to. Back then we recognized that the problems Barack Obama inherited as president wouldn't go away overnight....
Ellie Light
Three Rivers


The Daily News Reader in Virginia, January 15
But the president is being attacked as if he were a salesman who promised us that our problems would wash off in the morning. He never made such a promise. It's time for Americans to realize that governing is hard work and that a president can't just wave a magic wand and fix everything
ELLIE LIGHT Waynesboro

Chillicote Gazette January 17
 A year ago, if we had read in the paper that employers were hiring again, that health care legislation was proceeding without a bump, that Afghanistan suddenly became a nice place to take your kids, we would've known we were being lied to. Back then, we recognized the problems Obama inherited as president wouldn't go away overnight....
Ellie Light
Chillicothe


In fact, Ellie last week, also made the editorial pages in West Virginia, Maine, Ohio, Iowa, Pennsylvania, and California; all where she claimed to live. And she answers in all the comments, with the talking points of this administration.

Where's Waldo?

How about Who's Ellie Light?

One thing,  we know for sure.



She's not Obama Girl!


But did you really want this....

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

I just move a bunch of my 401k money from govt bond PIGSX back to mutuals. Do you think that was a mistake?

I guess what I'm asking is how far can we drop? 550 pts in 3 days was pretty brutal

Anonymous said...

The markets can fall a hell a lot more since we experienced it back in late 2008. If the gov't allow it to fall like that or get out of hand, there is going to be a blood bath come the next elections and confidence in this "recovery" is already fragile.