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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

An Enemy of the State

“My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.” — Thomas Jefferson

The week my President, the President of all Americans, called me his enemy. I just hope the Secret Service does not feel the same way. During an interview on the Hispanic Radio Station Univision, President Obama had this to say about anyone opposing his policies.

“If Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, ‘We’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us,’ if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s gonna be harder and that’s why I think it’s so important that people focus on voting on November 2.” Referring specifically to Republicans such as Senator John McCain, who are stressing border security and supporting strict immigration laws like Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration measure, Mr. Obama said, “Those aren’t the kinds of folks who represent our core American values.” Click here to hear the audio from the interview.

In another one of Obama’s campaign speeches he had this to say about Republicans and those that did not embrace his radical views; “We would have to ride in the back of the car.” I thought rhetoric like that went out with the civil rights legislation in 1968. God help and conservative who made a comment like that! Click here for video.

In another unrelated incident Joy Behar, the pillar of tolerance and intelligence, called Sharon Angle, the Republican candidate for Senator from the state of Nevada, a bitch, not once but twice. It was during a segment of ABC’s The View where Behar was commenting on a political add being run in Nevada where Harry Reid is being accused of being soft on illegal immigration. This is just another example of the left going crazy and getting away with it. Click here for the video.

We have come to accept the foul and obscene comments that flow forth from the sewer-mouth Behar. It’s the remarks from the President that are the most disturbing. To call his fellow U.S. citizens the “enemy”, is a disgraceful exhibition of hubris and arrogance. It is right out of Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals — No. 13: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it. Well Mr. Obama has certainly personalized it for me.

At no time in my living memory can I recall when such rhetoric was used against the citizens of this nation by their leader. In a recent poll over 70% of Americans supported Arizona’s immigration law. This translates to over two-thirds of the American people being considered as Obama’s enemies. Where have we come to with the political rhetoric in this nation?  This is pure Alinsky community organizer tactics, tactics not befitting the President of the United States. He is not walking the streets of Chicago trying to stir up the masses. He is supposed to present the decorum of his office if he wants to gain the respect of the citizens he wishes to govern. He is just another cheap, communist organizer who got elected on the strength of his personal magnetism, not because of his leadership abilities.

The comment regarding the “back of the car” was a slam dating back to the days of racial segregation in the south when blacks were required to ride in the back of the bus. How strange for an expressed African-American to wish for segregation once again. I would imagine even Rosa Parks would take offense at the remark. In the video clip you can see the “staged” audience of University or Minnesota applauding and laughing with glee at his remark. I would not think they would think it so humorous had they been living in Alabama in 1954. It just goes to show the level of intelligence inculcated in today’s university students.

At no time in our history have we, as a nation, be subjected to such deliberate and divisive class warfare as we have in the past two years with Obama at the helm of the ship of state. Obama’s entire climb to the top is based on class warfare, pitting one group against the other (rule #5, ridicule is man's most potent weapon). This is evident in our politics; our media and our so called entertainment industry — ridicule and divide.

Alinsky, Davis and Ayres taught Obama well. While Jimmy Carter was just a baboon and an incompetent president Obama is a calculating, clever community organizer who is driving this nation into the abyss.

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