These last ten days remind us of the housing bubble. The bubble built and built for many reasons and then it burst. The news cycle treated that time as if this crisis had developed overnight. If we will look honestly at the happenings prior to the dramatic times of September 2008, we discover this bubble began many years before. Barney Frank began the vicious cycle at least twenty-five years prior when he began his push to change and control the mortgage industry by requiring underwriting rules based on social issues and not economic issues. The world economy is still suffering from his near sighted efforts.
Likewise, the recently declared newsworthy scandals did not begin yesterday. Each of these separate happenings has many similarities. It could be the attacks in Libya and attempted rewriting of facts, the IRS scandal, the AP phones or the others like Solyndra that never received real scrutiny. All of these are a product of an arrogant culture with a total disregard for the rule of law and the constitution. Just as the housing bubble should not have surprised anybody, these recent revelations should not have either.
The leader of the regime and Marxist/Progressive party told us he would fundamentally transform the United States. Anybody who had done even cursory background checks on him knew what this meant. He was schooled by Frank Davis, a known and devout Communist. This cursory check would have also revealed that his two most influential aids, Valerie Jarrett and David Axelrod, were also greatly influenced and schooled in the teachings of Frank Davis. The philosophy of Marx was and is the philosophy of the regime in the White House. Their only purpose is to change our society from a free and capitalistic society to a Marxist society. The rule of law and the constitution are and will be ignored. They not only view themselves as rulers, they are acting like rulers. What has been revealed so far is in all probability just the beginning. Will the press, who are supposed to be the safeguards of freedom, continue in their quest for truth, or will they revert to their previous posture of adulation? Our future is at stake. We must demand vigorous investigating.