131228 – Two-Tiered Injustice



Today’s Items:

First…
Stabbed In The Back
http://www.foxnews.com

In less than a year, Obama, the deceiver and liar, has not only lost all credibility with Obamawreck, but also on the world-wide stage as well.   For example, with the revelation of secret negotiations with Iran, Obama has made an enemy of the Saudi Arabian Royal Family.    No amount of bowing will help this prick and I am all out of crocodile tears.

Next…
Scooping Up Gold
http://www.saudigazette.com.sa

It turns out that China and India are not alone in taking advantage of the gold price dip.   Gold shops in Saudi Arabia are flourishing because consumer demand has increased 25% due to the gold price dip.    People who trade in real gold know a bargain when they see one.

Next…
Judge Upholds NSA Phone Snooping
http://www.breitbart.com

Federal Judge William Pauley, whom Obama will likely nominate for the U.S. Supreme Court, has upheld that the NSA can, in dragnet fashion, collect millions of Americans phone calls without a warrant.    Hey William, perhaps you may want to get out of that blue dress and wipe your mouth off.

Next…
Unemployment Benefits
http://cnsnews.com

1.3 million Americans will lose their unemployment benefits today.    This will, of course, be spinned into good news as the bogusly calculated unemployment rate is lowered.    The fact that three job seekers are competing for each opening and the 4 million of those who have been unemployed more than 37 weeks is not a good sign for the new year.

Next…
To Big For Jail
http://www.truth-out.org

For years, JP Morgan has obstructed any investigation into one of their clients… Bernard Madoff.    Now, it turns out that officials at the Department of Injustice stated they were not going to enforce a subpoena, from the Treasury Inspector General, to explore potential criminal activity by JP Morgan.    The bottom line, since 2008, banks have pretty much escaped any criminal wrongdoing and Americans have been left out in the cold as Eric Holder protects the To Big For Jail banks.

Next…
Debtors Prison
http://www.foxnews.com

As states and counties grapple with shrinking budgets and yearly shortfalls, they find new ways to spend money by throwing poor people into prison?    This is exactly what is happening as people struggling to pay overdue fines and fees, like simple traffic violations, are being thrown into jail.    What’s next?    Work houses for orphans?   Someone needs to scare the Dickens into these people.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.    Good Day!

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