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Is Obama really in over his head?
Posted By Robert Ringer On 05/06/2011 @ 12:00 am In Commentary | Comments Disabled
Putting the Osama bin Laden circus on the back burner for now, I wish Republicans would stop saying that Barack Obama is not serious about the budget deficit. It’s simply not true. He’s very serious about it. In fact, he is determined to increase it to the point that it brings about a total collapse of the U.S. economy.
Destroying capitalism in the United States is a “dream” Obama got from his now-deceased father – the alcoholic polygamist and communist from Kenya who once touted the idea of a 100 percent income tax.
The conventional wisdom of the conservative media is that “Obama is in over his head.” Whenever I hear this – which is pretty much every day – I wonder what planet these guys are living on. Do they read? Have they researched his background at all? Are they not just a bit suspicious about his ongoing associations with anti-capitalist radicals?
Do they believe that the nonstop lies, the childish, nasty smear tactics and the smart-aleck lectures this make-believe president continually engages in are simply business-as-usual political theater? When I say smart aleck, I’m talking about a guy who:
… ad nauseam.
As to the infamous recovery the media also continually allude to, forget about it. It’s an illusion. We are, and have been for decades, in an invisible depression made possible by monetary inflation, easy credit and artificially high wages.
It’s time to get real and admit that Obama is not just another ultra-liberal president cut in the mold of Bill Clinton. It’s time to stop tiptoeing. It’s time to say it: We have a Marxist in the White House! Say it out loud. Say it clearly. Say it with conviction: Marxist.
The major question of our time is: Will the bad guys win and build a new America where people will be prevented from creating wealth and where freedom will be virtually nonexistent, or will the good guys prevail and rebuild an America that is based on our founding principles, but with harsh safeguards put in place to prevent collectivism, in any form, from ever again gaining a foothold?
The United States is hanging onto the edge of a financial cliff by its economic fingernails. And Obama and the progressives in Congress know that all it will take to loosen that fingernail grip is to have more and more debt piled on top of it.
Obama’s objective from Day 1 has been to punish those who are prosperous and transfer their wealth to those he deems to be the “exploited” class. As he has made it clear throughout his adult life, it’s all about “fairness” to him. And he is so close to pushing the U.S. over the financial edge and into the abyss that he can taste it. He’s come too far, too fast, to allow anyone slow him down now.
Which is why he will be the first president in U.S. history to spend 95 percent of his time during the remaining year and a half of his first term in office campaigning for his re-election. And he’s smart to do it. The fundamental transformation of America has already occurred, but Obama needs another four years to cement it permanently into place.
The reason so many people – not just conservative media types and Republicans, but conservative and independent voters as well – are living in gaga land when it comes to Obama’s true intentions is because of a phenomenon known as “normalcy bias,” a mental state that stops people from taking seriously the possibility of a crisis that is outside their normal, day-to-day experience.
Most people don’t see an Obamaclysm as a serious threat because they have never experienced an angry, anti-American president whose life’s dream is to destroy the Western way of life. Thus, they downplay it in their minds and refuse to see it as a crisis.
The normalcy bias has taken the lives of millions of people throughout history and wreaked misery on millions more – which is why it is up to each and every one of us to awaken as many people as possible from their normalcy-bias slumber before the 2012 election. Four more years of a Marxist in the White House will likely be enough to permanently cement the fundamental transformation of America into place.
Warning: Do not lose sight of the fact that if Republicans make the mistake of selecting a candidate who is nothing more than a progressive in conservative’s clothing, even if he defeats Chairman Obama, America will still continue to move toward a collectivist, authoritarian society – just at a slower pace, and thus far less noticeable to millions of anesthetized voters.
It’s important to give Obama the boot, but it’s just as important to replace him with a true conservative – or, better yet, a true libertarian-centered conservative. If Republicans are foolish enough to select as their presidential candidate another “compassionate conservative” who insists that “in government, you never get everything you want,” we’re all going to end up getting the government they deserve.
Keep this in mind when the hoopla starts over the new crop of Republicans candidates, lest a John McCain think-alike sneaks in again – in which case we’d probably be better off to just let BHO go ahead and finish off the job quickly.
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