For example, he says he wants to protect against future crises, like the kind we have now. Well yeah, who wouldn't? But the devil is in the details, which the president never discusses.
Yet, he has added a master "nudger", i.e. detail man, who thinks he knows more about how people should eat, sleep, live and treat wild animals, than they do themselves. And, he is going to do everything necessary to nudge the rules and regulations in a way that he will control the outcome. It this nudger's work that we need to know about, not the President's hollow generalities.
And when the President isn't discussing in generalities the laws and regulations he wants to implement, he often simply speaks absurdities:
I've always been a strong believer in the power of the free market. I believe that jobs are best created not by government, but by businesses and entrepreneurs willing to take a risk on a good idea.
I believe that the role of government is not to disparage wealth, but to expand its reach; not to stifle markets, but to provide the ground rules and level playing field that helps to make them more vibrant and that will allow us to better tap the creative and innovative potential of our people. For we know that it is the dynamism of our people that has been the source of America's progress and prosperity.
Obama a strong believer in free markets? Not a chance. This is the man who just put a tariff on tires from China, who shoveled billions into a union crippled domestic auto industry and who wants government to control finance and health care. Free enterprise? Who is he trying to kid? He is not a believer in free enterprise, he is one very power hungry man who has identified unions as an important base. What he has planned next is a unknown, but it will not be about free enterprise. It will be more controls some how on you and me, that's the only thing Obama believes in, and don't forget it.