I’m sitting here watching Barack Hussein Obama give a sermon to the Walt Kowalskis of Michigan about his plan to revive the American industrial economy.
The plan is to pass a “free trade agreement” with South Korea. This is yet another clear example of how the liberal establishment in Washington has completely lost touch with the Heartland.
The first question that comes to mind: how did all the previous “free trade agreements” work out for Michigan? How do they like NAFTA and CAFTA? How do they like Toyota, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes, and BMW? How do they like BRA’s Foundry of globalism in East Asia?
If memory serves, it was W. who negotiated the South Korea free trade agreement, which has been in limbo for years. The first thing Obama did after the Shellacking of 2010 was go to South Korea to work on that free trade agreement.
If this guy was truly serious about “putting Americans back to work,” the obvious first place to start would be recapturing domestic marketshare from foreign competitors like Japan, China, and South Korea.
Do you think Barack Hussein Obama has ever watched Gran Torino? That movie was another Hollywood confession about what happened to Michigan.
I believe the movie was filmed in Highland Park, Michigan. OD readers in Michigan might be familiar with the history of that city – which has been transformed into a black hole – and its importance to the Golden Age of America’s industrial economy.
Michigan must be allowed to join the Confederate States of America this time around. If anyone can understand the race problems of the State of Alabama, it is the State of Michigan.
Michigan, what do you think about states’ rights now? What do you think about Washington and Wall Street now? Does Washington need more or less power over Michigan? Would you vote for George Wallace in 2012?
We forgive you for the Civil War. Detroit and Birmingham are sister cities in many ways. Both of these great cities have fallen to the Sherman’s March of Black Run America.
Note: After the 2011 Wisconsin State Fair in Milwaukee, where hundreds of black people savagely assaulted Whites out of pure nihilistic rage, I believe there might even be hope for Wisconsin coming to its sense about race.