“Hang tight, I am working on a plan.”
Just because Barack Obama ran off to Hollywood to party with his rich friends as he pocketed $11 million in campaign funds does not mean that he does not care about the little people.
Just because Barack Obama has pocketed oodles of dollars for his campaign from his Wall Street buddies, Lehman Bros. Associates and Fannie Mae insiders does not mean that he doesn’t feel the pain of the working class that have been screwed by these very same people.
Just because Barack Obama spent the last week beating and bashing on McCain, running off to Hollywood and offering no solutions of his own does not mean that he is not working on a plan.
Not to worry America, Obama has got you covered.
As soon as his team of advisers comes up with a plan, and his team of advisers explain how the plan works, he will be more than happy to spout their ideas and their talking points to America.
Of course, his campaign team will need to get “the plan” loaded up on a teleprompter first, but don’t worry- “the plan is coming”!!!
Remember..."We are the ones we have been waiting and waiting and waiting for".
I know the major portion of the crisis might be over with by the time you’re hear “the plan”, but hey you cannot say Barack Obama did not try.
Barack Obama finally decides maybe he needs some expert help for the financial crisis:
Barack Obama turned to a team of advisers that shaped America's economy in
happier days to fashion fresh ideas for calming the stomach-churning financial
crisis that has thundered from Wall Street to Main Street.
Some of the most respected names in the business world were pitching in
Friday, including billionaire investor Warren Buffett, former Federal Reserve
Chairman Paul Volcker, former Treasury secretaries Robert Rubin, Lawrence
Summers and Paul O'Neill and Laura Tyson, former head of the Council of Economic
Advisers under President Clinton.
Obama, the Democratic presidential nominee, was to meet with advisers
in Coral Gables, Fla., on the campus of the University of Miami and then
announce his new proposals. Buffett and O'Neill and perhaps others were to
participate by way of a telephone conference call.