Have we gone beyond the Tipping Point?

September 28, 2012 in America's Collapse, Audit the Fed, Congress, Constitutional, Debt Crisis, Economic Deception, Economy, Election, Freedom, Obama's America 2016, Politics, President Obama, Quantitative Easing, Restoring Courage, Socialist, The Hope and The Change, The Stakes for the 2012 Election, United States Constitution, United States Sovereignty, Welfare, Welfare Fraud

Just another Obama Abomination!

In 2011, our Government has provided  ” free give-away phones to welfare clients that has cost you and I $1.6B and is climbing. This Administration is buying votes and allegiances with our tax dollars in accordance with Obama’s  October 19, 1998 Loyola College forum on community organizing and policy making  speech. In that speech Obama  stated that he favored a government redistribution of wealth and more importantly, he viewed welfare recipients and “the working poor” as “a majority coalition” that could be mobilized to help advance progressive policies and elect their champions.


The Barack Hussein Obama Administration is purchasing votes with programs like the “Obama Phones” even though we do not have the tax revenues to pay for these  outrages. Consequently,  Ben  Bernake and his Fed minions have been purchasing  as much as 80% of our $16T National Debt associated with these “Welfare Frauds” with increasingly worthless US paper dollars.  This monumental US debt accumulation, using  Quantitative Easing (Another name for selling/buying US Bonds) will result at some point in the near future in an Inflationary Spiral that will make Germany’s Weimar debacle seem like a cake walk!  

The Washington Examiner
Sep 28, 2012 | 07:01 PM

Beltway Confidential

Where do “Obama phones” come from?

September 27, 2012 | 2:25 pm

The video of an Obama supporter bragging about having an “Obama phone” has gone viral on the web, but where do these “free cell phones” come from?

The program is called Lifeline, established in 1984, originally created to subsidize landline phone service for low income Americans, funded by government-collected telecommunication fees, paid by consumers.

In 2008, the program was expanded to support cell phones which quickly escalated the cost of the program. In 2008 the program cost $772 million, but by 2011 it cost $1.6 billion.

A 2011 audit found that 269,000 wireless Lifeline subscribers were receiving free phones and monthly service from two or more carriers. Several websites have been created to promote “free” government cell phones, including the”The Obama Cell Phone” website at Obamaphone.net.

Rep. Tim Griffin R-Ark. has proposed a bill to eliminate federal subsidies for free cell phones and has produced a great YouTube videohighlighting the runaway cost of the program. The program has also been highlighted for reform by Senator Claire McCaskill D-Mo.

Pressure to reform the program led the FCC to announce an effort in February to “reduce the potential for fraud while cutting red tape for consumers and providers” by the end of 2013.