Powell backs off “full throttle Obama”

After a delicious tip toeing and mumble mouthing an explanation about his comments that “Americans are looking for more government in their lives, not less,” Former Chairman of the JC and Sec of State Powell has regained his sanity. In an interview to be released on Sunday, July 5, Powell said he is

“…concerned at the number of programs that are being presented, the bills associated with these programs and the additional government that will be needed to execute them.”

Well, I guess even a broken clock is right twice a day! You know, I was saying to my friend Art Pedroza just a couple of weeks ago I was thinking of becoming a Democrat. When he said “Why, you don’t agree with anything they stand for!” I said “Neither does Colin Powell.” Seriously folks, this just represents the growing concern over Obamas dangerous and implosive fiscal policies that were opposed by the 40% of this country that is Conservative, and is slowly dawning on the rest. Moderates and independents are now split on their support of Obama. Soon the cup will runneth over and the Emperor will be wearing very little.

But Powell goes further…

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“one of the cautions that has to be given to the president — and I’ve talked to some of his people about this — is that you can’t have so many things on the table that you can’t absorb it all. And, we can’t pay for it all.”

No kidding! Not that that is of any concern to the radical libs and their ba’athi minority fascists.  As I have said before and will repeat ad infinitum, “The right is concerned with creating wealth, the left is concerned with spending it.”

Mr. Powell expressed alarm at “budgets that are running into the multi-trillions of dollars” and “a huge, huge national debt that, if we don’t pay for in our lifetime, our kids and grandkids and great-grandchildren will have to pay for it.”

Well, it seems the little boy in the big white house has been taken to the wood shed by an elder.

Lets see if the lesson sticks.


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