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January 2nd, 2010

KICK ASK QUESTION: Should Ben Bernake Be Hailed A Hero Or Called Out As A Ruthless Villain?

US-ECONOMY-FINANCE-BANKLet’s say a villain empowered by the greedy evil empire kicked you down a large sharp stony mountain and then when your bloodied body got to the bottom the villain threw you in a cold raging river for you to drown. Then let’s say as your bruised broken body reached for help, while drowning mind you, the villain whipped you with a rancher’s rope to make matters all the worse.

Huh, well then let’s say the liberal media claims this odd whipping activity is really a life preserver (but it isn’t) and they tell the world the villain is really a hero for trying to save a drowning victim.  And the world believes it! OMG!

When Dorothy woke up from her dream and recognized the scarecrow and tin man as friendly neighbors that turned out fine, but in this story it is way scarier.  You, the American people are the victims here.  The good ole federal reserve system (no more federal than FedEx) and the congress that empowers it unconstitutionally is the evil empire.  Are you catching on?

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The mountain, yeah that is the national debt.  The river, our current wave of Obama led crap rolling through our lives.  The rope is the all the clunker-stimulus-healthcare-debacle-packages.  And the villain… Hmmm.

Kick_Ask_Question_AVI_biggerIs Ben Bernake A Hailed Hero Or Ruthless Villain?

Time Magazine picking Ben Bernake to be the person of the year is like picking a villain who kicks you down a mountain while killing you.  Ben who you ask?  Not Ben Nelson, Ben Ten or Uncle Ben, but Ben Bernanke, the chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve.

Rex Murphy puts it this way, “He gets the accolade for presiding over a “weak economy” that could have been “much, much weaker.” Pretty feeble. I can’t imagine someone being named Athlete of the Year because while he “lost a few games” he could have lost “many, many more.chicago-cubs-logo

It’s a puzzling choice, even for a magazine that has previously hailed “you” as its Person of the Year. (No offense – I think “you” are pretty good, just not prince of the planet.) Some of the runners-up were pretty odd too: The Chinese Worker and Nancy Pelosi.

I suspect Time knew just as well as everybody else that the real person of the year, whether you worshiped him or were a critic, was – how could it be anyone else? – Barack Obama. Was not Barack Obama sworn in as President in 2009? Was he not – the descriptors are now bonded to his name – “the first black man to occupy the White House?” Was this not a “historic milestone?” Did he not, almost immediately, also win the Nobel Peace Prize? Was he not the predominant politico-celebrity figure of the entire world this year?

Well you see even Time magazine knew that too much poop in the brownie cannot be tolerated by their munchers.  So what do they do, they introduce another flavor twice as worst as the first.  Let the numbing continue.

This year take a new year’s resolution TEApublican style.  Learn the truth! Don’t drink the cool aid when it comes to digesting lies about our country and men like Ben Bernake.

If you want to learn more about the real Ben Bernake start at sites like CampaignForLiberty.com and RonPaul.com or just be the hero and google it.  Its like Neo in the Matrix movie.  If you want the truth (in this example the truth in a fiction story) the truth will find you if you seek it out.  The stakes are higher though as we live in non-fiction.

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vil⋅lain

–noun

1. a cruelly malicious person who is involved in or devoted to wickedness or crime; scoundrel.
2. a character in a play, novel, or the like, who constitutes an important evil agency in the plot.

he⋅ro

1. a man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities.
2. a person who, in the opinion of others, has heroic qualities or has performed a heroic act and is regarded as a model or ideal: He was a local hero when he saved the drowning child.

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Dave Davidson is the TIR artjournalism storyteller photographer and founder of Prezography.com (polite) presidential paparazzi with manners. He is the author of gobs of books including "Sarah Palin Inspires Me", "Huckisms" and "You May Be A TEApublican".




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