Would you give a heroin addict who overdosed a speed ball? No. You would throw him in a padded cell so he could go through withdrawal.
America needs an intervention. America needs withdrawal. Painful? Yes. But necessary.
Remember Obama's directive to action? OBAMA TO SUPPORTERS: "GET IN THEIR FACE!"
This is remarkable in what it points to. Harassing businessmen at their homes is so .... Chavez. This is a government created crisis. Business is the cure, not the disease. Blaming the banks for what was forced upon them is the narrative the left is constructing. The banks were forced to make these bad loans for decades. Government doesn't know the first thing about running a business, which is why we are in the pickle we are in.
The answer is not trillions to moochers and looters. The answer is less government. Why aren't these goons marching on Barney Frank's house, or Dodd's, or any of the other giant inept pilfering thieves?
How amusing to watch President O excoriate Wall Street for salary excesses while he demands we fund a trillion in pork. Vile, all of it.
Here's the Cloward/Piven Strategy in action. (hat tip Cathy)
The organization NACA (Neighborhood Assistance Corp of America) who instigated this riot against CEO's (I don't give a rat's ass about them, but they are not entirely to blame here) is the facilitator of the damned subprime mortgages. I bet they are connected to ACORN. This organization is of the same cloth.
This is what their Google search blurb states: Providing loans to low and moderate income people and those who are considered to be subprime borrowers. Information on mortgage services and national ...
Check out the video. I have italicized the leftist commie speak in the article.
Grab Your Torch ‘n Pitchforks! NBC News
At-risk homeowners and volunteers rally outside the homes of CEOs in the mortgage industry to protest predatory lending.
Why aren't they storming the Capitol?
"We Are Victims"
NACA's Most Wanted
Here are some of the financial CEOs who NACA says prey on homeowners. Victims who want their voices heard can find their contact info on the organization's... Stamford sits in the midst of one of the nation's wealthiest areas, and among the regions particularly hard-hit by the housing market collapse. Nearby Greenwich and other suburbs are home to many of Wall Street's wealthiest executives and financial managers.
Homeowners are fed up – and many are frustrated that those who lead the companies that gave them their subprime mortgages live in luxury while they struggle so hard to meet their loan payments and not fall behind.
On Sunday, hundreds of angry homeowners and volunteers traveled in vans and minibuses and protested outside Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack’s multi-million-dollar mansion to tell the wealthy finance czar how they really feel.
The group, led by Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), also went to Greenwich Finance CEO William Frey, among others, as part of what NACA calls the “Predator’s Tour.”
Who is the predator?
Sporting bright yellow shirts that read, “Stop Loan Sharks,'' protestors demanded more accountability from the CEOs of the financial institutions responsible for the millions of unaffordable mortgages in the state and across America.
"We can’t let them live quietly in a lap of luxury while they throw hard working Americans out on the street," NACA explains on its Web site. "This action is within our legal rights as Americans to peacefully protest and meet with those who control our family’s livelihood."
Spoken like a true Alinskyite.