Friday, August 19, 2011

Abraham Imam Obama

Washington Examiner At his campaign-style town hall meeting in Decorah, Iowa, President Obama compared the criticism he has received from Republicans and other political opponents to the troubles faced by President Abraham Lincoln during the civil war.  "Lincoln," the president said, "they used to talk about him almost as bad as they talk about me."

"When you listen to what the Federalists said about the Anti-Federalists, and the names that Jefferson called Hamilton and back and forth -- I mean those guys were tough," Obama said.  "Lincoln -- they used to talk about him almost as bad as they talk about me.  So democracy has never been for the faint of heart."

The same old race baiting and class warfare drumbeat...goes on...and onnnn....

First of all Comrade Obama, we live in a "REPUBLIC" not a democracy!
Doesn't this get just a little bit tiring, and VERY old after a while?
First HE is Lincoln, then MLK, then JFK, then FDR, and sometimes Ronald Reagan when it suits HIM.
HE does not have his own style of leadership---as  HE IS NO LEADER. HIS ideas are rehashed Soviet Socialist ideology out of the 30's and the 50's.

The true leadership in this regime is in the hands of foreign powers and the Soros Consortium of hedge fund managers and bankers.

Soon HE will bring out HIS "new" redistribution of wealth plan including a "new" jobs agency at the White House. The "new stimulus" plan to pay off victims groups while accomplishing nothing on the jobs creation front, increasing revenue, or on debt reduction. The Congressional Debt Commission exhibits just the same scam we have seen before with such failed efforts.

We do not need more command and control of  THE ECONOMY!
This just means more bureaucrats sucking on the big government teat and THAT means more corruption and more ways to funnel cash into the hands of Obummer cronies before the election. Speaking of which---Check out what I found in Chickago recently---Power To HIS People!

Please see my post below for a fun in the sun weekend...See ya!

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