Read what the guy France just elected president said, and tell me if you think it reminds you of Obama or not.
Time to stock up on food, water, guns and gold, and maybe even whip out the blue prints for that bomb shelter, What do you think?
From the article:
Beck explained that the situation in Greece was likely a direct result of something he calls the â€œBubba effect.â€ To refresh your memory on what this theory entails, envision a scenario where, in the wake of an Islamic terror attack and subsequent government ineptitude â€” particularly as regards national security and immigration â€” an everyman, or, â€œBubba,â€ pushed to the brink, shoots someone who appears to be Muslim. Citizens rally to Bubbaâ€™s defense, blaming the government, not the murderer, for causing the problem in the first place. When citizensâ€™ frustration with government reaches critical mass, a contingent can all too easily use that as an excuse to lash out. As we examine the situation in Greece below, it seems the Bubba effect may have already arrived.
Tying into the Naziâ€™s odd parliamentary gains in Greece, the first Socialist president since Francois Mitterrand â€” Francois Hollande â€” recently won the French presidential election. And he certainly did so with no help from the countryâ€™s wealthy, whom he openly loathes. With promises that he would dispense with austerity and instead pour millions into creating new civil service jobs, as well as raise taxes on the wealthy from 41% to to 75%, Hollande eked out a victory against pro-U.S. Sarkozy. Due to his vow to discard austerity, German Chancellor Angela Merkel actually considered stepping in to campaignfor the French incumbent.
The Socialist, who has never actually held a national government position, has also made headlines by stating â€œmy real enemy is the world of finance.â€
(Gee, sounds familiar, doesn't it? I'm thinking...Obama)