It’s Sad

It really is sad to see just how much damage is being done by Obama, Pelosi, Reid, and the rest of the Democrats who have gone along with them.

I used to believe in representative government, here in the U.S.A. I now understand just how fragile that fundamentally important idea really is.

Now we have this group of left-wing activists trying their best to fundamentally change how our system of government works – clearly against the wishes of the great majority. Obama concealed his political leanings during his campaign; the signs were there if you looked, but not very many looked.

The liberal left, and their pet mainstream media, had spent eight years in a concerted effort to indoctrinate the people of this country to hate President Bush, to the extent that many would have voted for anybody on the other side. And, let’s face it, a great many people voted for Obama specifically because of his skin color. That is an elephant in the room that nobody talks about, but that is what happened. And so Obama was elected, and only his own coterie knew in advance what he was going to attempt to do.

The reason these people do not care whether you have a job or not is because that issue is irrelevant to their several goals: the transition of the U.S.A. to a socialist form of government; be beginning of a world government; the control of the population by the elite. This last is demonstrated clearly by the passage of ObamaCare against the clear will of the constituents of the Congressmen and women. ObamaCare is also clearly intended to be a vehicle for redistributing wealth: socialism. After all, Obama was raised by socialists and marxists.

The fraudulent Global Warming meme is their vehicle for world government. It was dealt a serious blow by the ClimateGate event; the jury is still out as to whether they can still use this to further their agenda.

I don’t know how successful we will be at undoing what the liberal left is doing to us. But I do know one thing: while we still have a vote, we should all understand that an uninformed vote is a dangerous thing. We need to remind voters that they need to treat an election like a job interview rather than a popularity contest.

This last ‘popularity contest’ – Obama’s election – may yet be the end of the U.S.A. as we know it.

So in November, VOTE. But find out something about the history and beliefs of the people you vote for. We may not get another chance.


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