why is anyone surprised by the tepidness of obama

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why be surprised by obama's tepidness during his bp speech......in the end the 20 billion fund is wholey inadequate considering that damages could easily top 1 trillion......

and obama missed the moral of the humpty dumpty story.....sometimes things cannot be fixed or put back together......so why is obama still saying he won't stop until the gulf is as good or better than it was before!

also - surprised by the lack of fire in obama towards BP (his actions NOT his words) ??????????

bp's biggest shareholder is JP Morgan Cahse - whose ceo is jamie dimon - a close personal friend of obama's and according to obama " a savvy businessman"

and one of jp morgan's biggest shareholder is blackrock - who lists as one of their biggest shareholders B of A..... which has blackrock and jp morgan as some of their biggest shareholders.....

and the spiraling to hide the true owners continues until one gets numb.....

but the one thing we can be sure of is obama SIDES WITH THE CAPTAINS OF FINANCE over we the people EVERY SINGLE TIME!

if someone looks at obama's actions and not his words none of this would surprise anyone......

heck there are rumors now that obama might not even run for reelection - instead would simply step into the ceo role for citibank or goldman or one of the other vampire corporations out there.....

corporations that have no trouble causing a thousand dollars of damage to make a nickle of profits as long as they make the nickle and WE THE PEOPLE pay the $1,ooo......

so much for obama's ending the revolving door.......

admit it thom - i have...... we've been punked!

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