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Posted on | February 21, 2010

Will the Real Obama Please Stand Up?

After catering to moderates throughout his campaign, Obama is proving to be far more liberal than anyone ever suspected him to be.

His agenda is shaping up as one of the most radical since the New Deal, and it will have drastic consequences for Americans.

In an article entitled “Barack Has a Truth Ache,” Michael Goodwin reported in the New York Post:

“[The American people] believed him when he said he was a moderate who would lead from the center. But a clear majority, 54 percent, now says the president is ‘mostly liberal’ and his policies tilt left.

“They’re not happy, because that’s not what they expected or wanted…

“Quite simply, the president is squandering the trust the American people vested in him. It could not be otherwise when so many suspect he pulled the wool over their eyes to get elected.

Analyzing the poll, Gallup editor Lydia Saad writes that only 48 percent of the 1,521 adults surveyed in mid-October say Obama has kept his campaign promises, a sharp decline from the 65 percent who felt that way in April.

The poll, which didn’t track specific policies, leaves little room for doubt, with 48 percent also saying Obama ‘has not’ kept his promises.”

Hopefully, the 2010 elections may overturn the current surge toward socialism.

In the meantime, however, you need to be doing everything you can to create your own economic stimulus plan — because, thanks to liberal policies, taxes will go up and the dollar will be worth less over time.

Economic Stimulus Point: Learn How to Leverage OPM

Sadly, when most Americans think of using other people’s money (OPM), they think of borrowing to purchase consumer goods and depreciating assets, such as cars.

Because of this, we’ve come to think of debt as a bad thing — even though we’re clearly addicted to it.

But debt can be a powerful source of investing when used to conserve and produce, rather than consume.

This is precisely how banks make money — by borrowing OPM at low interest rates, then lending it to other people at higher interest rates.

Wouldn’t you like to learn how to think and operate like a bank? Wouldn’t you like to learn how you can use debt as a tool of production?

To do so, join us on our next webinar, “Successful Equity Management,” then set up a free consultation with a Missed Fortune advisor.

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