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Obama’s America – Episode # 241 – It’s About Time Obama

Published on Sep 10 2015, at 10:32 pm
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Entertaining The Obamas at The White House.

By Arthur Piccolo

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 11, 2015:    Well it happened!

Remember three weeks ago when my publisher and I talked our way into the Obama’s summer rental mansion on Martha’s Vineyard, got invited to stay for dinner by Barack and Michelle, then the President was overwhelmed by my publisher’s voice when she sat down at the piano and sang for him …

Then two weeks ago, I reported exclusively President Obama’s nightmare as he flew back to The White House on his way to his second vacation. in Alaska. President Obama called and told me all the frightening details  of the Spirit of Martha’s Vineyard appearing to him while played golf yet again and she took him on a journey to Summer Past, Present & Future where Barack learned the awful fate that awaited him if he did not do better …

The only part of the nightmare he enjoyed was imagining persuading my publisher to stay on the Vineyard and give a free concert for all the rich folk vacating there  and how much everyone thanked the President for doing so.

Well as a result, President Obama has really invited her to The White House to sing for the Washington’s Democratic Elite “sometime soon” he said and I am praying she asks me to come with her. I sure deserve it.

If she does, I will thank President Obama for winning the Iran deal and also for yesterday’s announcement that he will FINALLY begin prosecuting White Collar Criminals after NOT doing so for the first almost 7 years of his Presidency.

WHAT TOOK SO LONG MR. PRESIDENT?

Now that I am plugged into the Washington Gossip Circuit because of my publisher’s new found fame, compliments of Obama, I am hearing he did it as a favor to Vice President Obama to help his upcoming Presidential campaign. Well I can’t fault Obama for that. Run Joe, Run!

At the same time, Obama WASTED almost 7 long years while plenty of young Black men and women went to jail while all these CRIMINALS nor only never went to jail but made a FORTUNE from these criminal deeds.

I am going to call in my favorite media partner the NY Times to tell the story even more that the NFL football season is starting tonight while I am sitting here trying to make my deadline ….

Their article is titled … “Justice Department Sets Sights on Wall Street Executives”

“Stung by years of criticism that it has coddled Wall Street criminals, the Justice Department issued new policies on Wednesday that prioritize the prosecution of individual employees — not just their companies — and put pressure on corporations to turn over evidence against their executives.”

ENCORE time already …

“Stung by years of criticism that it has coddled Wall Street criminals, the Justice Department issued new policies on Wednesday”

YOU THINK?!

NOT one company executive has gone to jail as a result of the greed driven sub-prime debacle that nearly destroyed the American economy!

Here’s more …

“The memo is a tacit acknowledgment of criticism that despite securing record fines from major corporations, the Justice Department under President Obama has punished few executives involved in the housing crisis, the financial meltdown and corporate scandals.”

And this …

“It’s only fair that the people who are responsible for committing those crimes be held accountable. The public needs to have confidence that there is one system of justice and it applies equally regardless of whether that crime occurs on a street corner or in a boardroom.”

YOU THINK!!

Don’t get too excited …

“Though limited in reach, the memo could erase some barriers to prosecuting corporate employees and inject new life into these high-profile investigations. The Justice Department often targets companies themselves and turns its eyes toward individuals only after negotiating a corporate settlement. In many cases, that means the offending employees go unpunished.”

That’s right . ..

LIMITED in reach!!! And …. “the new rules are an exercise in public messaging, substantive in some respects but symbolic in others. Because the memo lays out guidelines, not laws, its effect will be determined largely by how Justice Department officials interpret it. And several of the points in the memo merely codify policy that is already in place.”

ENCORE … “the new rules are an exercise in public messaging, substantive in some respects but symbolic in others.”

More BAD news …

“It’s a good memo, but it states what should have been the policy for years,” said Brandon L. Garrett, University of Virginia law professor and author of “Too Big to Jail: How Prosecutors Compromise With Corporations.” “And without more resources, how are prosecutors going to know whether companies are still burying information about their employees?”

ENCORE ….

“It’s a good memo, but it states what should have been the policy for years, ….. without more resources, how are prosecutors going to know whether companies are still burying information about their employees?”

And just to remind you how BAD the truth is here …

“Under Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., the Justice Department faced repeated criticism from Congress and consumer advocates that it treated corporate executives leniently. After the 2008 financial crisis, no top Wall Street executives went to prison, highlighting a disparity in how prosecutors treat corporate leaders and typical criminals. Although prosecutors did collect billions of dollars in fines from big banks like JP Morgan Chase and Citigroup, critics dismissed those cases as hollow victories.”

ENOUGH …. I have got to go watch football and yes concussions …OK I am a football addict  … I should go to rehab but ….

Listen looks like Obama’s nightmare worked that’s the good news!

As for me I am praying my publisher invites me to join her at The Whiter House. I promise to have a serious conversation with Barack for you!

I’ll get to the bottom of this and report it right here in Obama’s America!

About The Writer: Arthur Piccolo is a professional writer and commentator and often writes about Latin America for New Americas.

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