The Spaghetti Test
I've noticed the last few days there have been some 'frantic' postings concerning the current state of affairs, and I think I would like to add another plausible explanation that I think is a condensation of many viewpoints presented.
Many of us feel the extreme right has an agenda : perpetuating the myth of 'laissez faire capitalism' to create an economy that rewards the extremely wealthy at the expense of the middle and working class. Many of us are willing to admit our economy is in shambles. Those of us willing to admit that have a pretty good idea who the culprits are, but are a little fuzzy on where all the money that's disappeared has gone. But that money's gone somewhere, and they have their spokesmen to cover up their dirty deeds (done down and dirt cheap!)
It's Obama's fault, it's Clinton's fault, it's Carter's fault, it's the people who bought the homes fault, it's the consumers who bought gas for the suv's that were pushed on them for years, it's the union's fault for making middle class wages for 'uneducated' people, yada yada yada. It's everybody's fault except the people who benefited from their filthy lucre.
A good con artist is able to steal your money and get away with it. A great con artist steals your money and then convinces you it's your fault! The fact that they are paying people like Hannity, Coulter and others to do the Rushbo Limbo 'how low can you go?' proves they are masters of deceit.
So now you now the spaghetti test. Keep throwing accusations out there until something sticks. some of us know the greatest weapon against the deceivers is to uncover their charades, and from what I've seen, Obama and his staff are on top of this game.