March 4, 2013 by David K. Sutton
Dow Jones, The Kenyan Socialist, And A Thousand Years Of Darkness
On Tuesday, January 20, 2009, the Kenyan socialist, also known as Barack Obama, took the oath of office and became the 44th President of the United States. His presidency was only made possible by the massive fraud committed by ACORN, oh, and the lone Black Panther. On that lowly day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) closed at 7949.09, and the first anti-American, anti-capitalist president set forth a plan to ruin the fortunes of CEOs and top executives. You know, the “productive class” in our society. The people who do the heavy lifting and throw a few scraps at the rest of us when they are feeling generous.
But Obama’s plan will not be complete until he successfully kills off every last job in the country, well, except government jobs. The result of this unprecedented assault on American free-market capitalism can be seen in today’s DJI closing price of 14,127.82. Wait, that’s within a stone’s throw of its all-time high, not seen since before the depths of the Great Recession. That has to be a misprint! I’m thoroughly convinced Barack Hussein Obama is ruining this country. His socialist policies are causing the productive members of society to lose their will to work. There is no possible way the Dow Jones has nearly doubled during his four years in office. This must be a secret government plot to cover up the effects of his socialist agenda. Obama has seized control of the New York Stock Exchange to lead the biggest cover up in U.S. financial history. Well, if you don’t count anything the banks did leading up to and during the 2008 economic meltdown.
What Barack Hussein Obama stands to gain remains unclear, but it is of little consequence. For our Kenyan socialist president is on a mission to destroy America and his re-election sealed our fate. A thousand years of darkness shall reign over this land.
Well, it’s either that, or conservative CEOs, Fox News and right-wing pundits are full of shit.
It’s a toss-up.