Saturday, February 6, 2010


Here at Satire Works we are trying to give Americans a voice for their concerns with politicians and others who are in dramatic positions to radically affect life for citizens in the United States.

I've personally survived the violent deaths of Jack and Bobby Kennedy, MLK Jr., Malcom X, John Lennon and the attempts on others like Ronald Reagan. I've been around for the Korean, Viet Nam, Iraq, Afganistan and other less 'declared' and 'undeclared' wars. I 've seen the collapse of the Soviet Union, the financial rise and fall of Japan and now the near world domination of China as it uses a financial club as efficiently as any nuclear bomb.

The 'New World Order' predicted by President John Kennedy in 1962 is in a bloodless, but none-the-less ruthless battle with the Progressives. This on-going reach to gain the upper hand in an insane delusion of 'control' has been fought since the early 1930's, but there has never been a moment in history when there has been such a fever pitch.

Yet in the midst of such widespread monumental ego adventures, it's the Common Man who is being chewed up and tossed overboard from this Ship of State called America.

Wall Street investment houses were not 'allowed' to fail in 2008 and 2009. They should have been.

Based on GREED and INDIFFERENCE, the no apology approach of stealing from customers was perpetuated by our own government 'leaders'. It was as if 'Killing The Golden Goose' (that only laid eggs for the rich and powerful), was unthinkable.

The Clintons (remember, that couple who owned little more than the shirt on their backs when they entered the White House), somehow ended up with tens of millions of dollars ten years later. That was a display of Hillary's usual skill level in working the deal. She had fine tuned that act ever since post college days and the couple's excursions into the 'Red Zone' in Europe's field of play.

George Bush, Sr. did everything short of voting for Bill Clinton himself in losing his re-election. Was there a 'deal' involved? I certainly think so. Much like The Obama Ascension, room had to be made for George W. Bush. In Oby's case it was the Feminists who finally had to pay the ultimate price in having Hillary thrown under the bus. They're still pissed off that their unrestrained days of power are on the wain. (Just look at this past week's hubbub over Tim Teboe's ad scheduled for the Superbowl. How dare people disagree with them and their agendas!)

Not concerned yet? Try studying reports of a "Shadow Government" program that was instituted by Ronald Reagan. This removes the President, the Vice President and the Congress from power if indeed the country suffers a series of traumatic attacks from an outside source. Actually just one nuclear bomb -- smaller than a suitcase -- will ruin the day for 7 million people if it goes off in Washington DC one day THIS YEAR!

But of all the things that should scare you, this isn't actually one of them. The "National Command Authority" (yes, this program actually has a name), would set aside 100% of the political bickering and the obligatory 'blame game' politicians would be compelled to bask in. This unelected group would be the only opportunity to save the country.

That said, I'll go back to things that absolutely should scare the Hell out of you. The trouble is you have been face to face with these things for the past year and a half, but aside from the 9-12 and Tea Party groups, few Americans have the slightest clue how bad things are. Our once great America rests on quick sand. We live in an environment that in truth, is a cesspool mere inches below the surface.

Obama wanted to accomplish all his agenda in a big hurry because he knew if the plans and the issues behind it ever slowed down, the muck and the mire would swallow them up very quickly. It wasn't just health care. It was his raid on Corporate America and our entire system of Capitalism. He certainly didn't get everything he wanted but he's done enough to completely destroy the financial viability of America. Was he too stupid to know the eventual outcome? No. He was simply too arrogant to care. He is, after all, a Progressive. He has been raised to follow a mantra that only the elite feel has any value.

Now economists and many everyday Americans are seriously beginning to wonder what will be left of the U.S. economy after this insider attack on the lifeblood of our country.

We are living through a mild Depression (not a Recession). On the surface many find some comfort in the look that days aren't filled with endless lines of unemployed at homeless shelters all over the country. In actuality, while we may not see that on a massive scale, it's obvious to even the casual observer that that is an every day occurrence, if only on a smaller scale.

The important question is what will happen after this phase is over? Because the government has 'taken action', we expect to have a "recovery" but just what will that be like?

It appears more and more clear that -- EXACTLY LIKE 'MODERN MEDICINE' WITH DOZENS OF 'SIDE EFFECTS', this time the 'CURE' may actually be more harmful than the original disease.

As Fox TV Analyst Dick Morris says:

Had the Fed not almost tripled the money supply . . .

Had the government not almost doubled the deficit with new spending programs . . .

Had the Treasury not bought more than $1 trillion in questionable mortgage-backed securities (those that they are currently hiding from their book-keeping by calling them Accounts Receivables because they 'sold' the bad paper to ghost business like Mainline)...

And were the President not committed to major tax increases next year . . .

"Perhaps, a V-shaped bounce-back would be in the offing. But we are like the patient who has become addicted to his pain medication and now faces the entirely new task of adjusting to the rigors of cold turkey."

If I told you a nuclear bomb was going to go off in your neighborhood tomorrow you'd grab a few of your valuables, jump in your car and beat feet out of town.

Would you try to make the same escape if I said the bomb was an economic nuclear missile instead?

I've been told the average 50 year-old American has saved less than $2,500 for their retirement. With life expectancy now stretching ten to thirty years longer than in the past, just how do you expect to feed yourself and put a roof over your head in your many, many declining years?

I think that is a very frightening thought. Don't you?

Thursday, February 4, 2010


With the Democrats geared up to steal the census it seems like a good time to remind people of President Obama's original nominee for Commerce -- a man who would have been privy to facts and the inner workings of the effort.

The "Party" people on the Left side of the aisle did a meltdown when Oby actually tried to make a "non patrician" gesture nominating then Senator Judd Gregg, a Republican. To toe the line the President suddenly proclaimed that if Gregg did take the position, he wouldn't have anything to do with the Census. Nice way to CYA he thought but then Gregg told him to stuff the appointment where the sun doesn't shine.

Well that show of backbone wasn't the only time for the Senator from what use to be a Conservative, Republican state before Dems bused voters in from Mass and Vermont to steal it.

His demands that the TARP laws be followed and no 'pay back' monies disappear into a Democratic slush fund make for an interesting meeting in DC this week.

“No! No! No!” he yelled out to Peter Orszag. “You can’t make that type of statement with any legitimacy. You cannot make that statement.”

“This is the law,” he said. “Let me tell you what the law says. Let me read to you again because you don’t appear to understand the law. The law is very clear. The monies recouped from the TARP shall be paid into the general fund of the Treasury for the reduction of the public debt. It’s not for a piggy bank because you’re concerned about lending to small businesses and you want to get a political event when you go out and make a speech in Nashua, N.H.”