As the character Cecily said to Miss Fairfax in a play written by Oscar Wilde entitled “The Importance of being Earnest”: “When I see a spade I call it a spade.”
In October 2008, Obama told a gathering of his acolytes:
“We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the Untied States of America. In five days you can turn the page on policies that put greed and irresponsibility on Wall Street before the hard work and sacrifice of the folks on Main Street. In five days you can choose policies that invest in our middle class and create more jobs and grow this economy so that everyone has a chance to succeed. Folks who can’t afford to pay their medical bills or send their kids to college or you not being able to afford college, or thinking about that $30 or $40 or $50,000 worth of debt that you might have to carry. People who can’t save for retirement. You know ordinary Americans can’t take a backseat to CEOs and Wall Street banks for four more years, but remember we’ve faced difficult times before; the American story has never been about things coming easy, it’s been about rising to the moment when times are tough.
“Some of you may be cynical and fed up with politics, and you have every right to be. But despite all of that I ask of you what’s been asked of Americans throughout history. If you’ll stand with me and fight by my side and cast your ballot for me, I promise you this: We will not just win Missouri, we will win this general election, and together we will change this country, and we will change the world.”
Those of us who were paying attention understood the operative words spoken were “We are five days away from fundamentally changing the United States of America. … we will change this country, and we will change the world.” In the final analysis, when you remove all of the other verbiage, the only thing that remains is that from the beginning Obama’s objective has been to “fundamentally change America” and to “change this country and the world.”
And the utilities he has used to do so are right out of Saul “the Red” Alinsky’s Communist handbook. Those of us who were paying close attention understood that America didn’t need changing and that Obama’s idea of change was to create a socialist state. We understood and warned people pursuant to exactly what Obama stood for, and we warned he was a neo-Leninist with a proclivity for radical Islam who would use skin color and class warfare to divide America.
Now, except for those who are in a terminal state of denial based on an Erebusic ideology and color of skin, there is no longer any doubt that Obama is a neo-Leninist Muslim sympathizer who is committed to transmogrifying America into something that will be unidentifiable to the America our Founding Fathers provided for vis-a-vis our Constitution.
Even those in the media have dropped the charade of pretending Obama is something other than a Leninist. It has taken since 2004, but as Sherlock Holmes famously said, “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” Blacks have used the color of Obama’s skin to herald him as “the great emancipator,” but every salient statistic categorically shows blacks are worse off under Obama than any president heretofore. I don’t make up the statistics. I only report them. Blacks can call me names and label whites who disagree with Obama’s assault on our Constitution racists, but that doesn’t change the fact that even Democrats are finally condemning him for his disregard for the Constitution.
As America comes to the end of Obama’s tyrannical reign, he is pulling the curtains back for all to see. He no longer even pretends to govern within the constraints of the Constitution. He has sanctioned Eric Holder to administer justice based on color-coded enforcement.
He was elected the president of the United States, i.e., of all Americans, but he makes it clear time and time again that while he praises Planned Parenthood for the systematic extermination of unborn black children, he openly despises whites. And he exhibits his contempt for whites at every opportunity.
Some may still try to say he isn’t openly racist, but it is time to call this spade a spade. If he weren’t a race-mongering infidel, he wouldn’t have said Trayvon Martin looked like the son he didn’t have; at the very least, he would have acknowledged that Christopher Lane, the white baseball player who was murdered in Oklahoma by three blacks, could have looked like him if he had a son as well.
If Obama didn’t value the use of blacks more than he valued all citizens, regardless of their skin color, he wouldn’t have sent an “armada” of representatives to the funeral of a black hoodlum while ignoring the funerals of white law-enforcement officers murdered by blacks.
If Obama cared about the United States, he would not have put his golf game above the beheading of American journalist James Foley, even as the Syrian coalition announced to the world that “Foley died because Obama ignored his own red lines.”
As I stated, it is time to call a spade a spade and this one is named Obama.
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