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In a (somewhat large) nutshell

October 21, 2009 Leave a comment

Just perusing the net and stumbled across this gem:

A couple of weeks ago, I included in a post the statement that Barack Obama is anti-American.  A dear and respected friend suggested that I was exaggerating.  Obama may have a different vision of or goal for America, he said, but that’s scarcely the same as being anti-American.  I’ve been thinking that over for a while and, after a lot of mental give and take about what it means to be “anti-” anything, have now decided that Barack Obama is indeed anti-American.

Everything has a fundamental essence, a quality that makes it uniquely itself.  Take an orange, for example.  It’s not only citrus fruit, it’s an orange colored citrus fruit.  Horticulturists can alter its size, its texture, it’s sweetness, and the purity of its orange color, but it still remains an orange because that color is its definition.  Change the color, however, and suddenly, you have the un-orange, the anti-orange.  You have something completely different that no longer contains within it the essence of the original fruit.  Lose the essence and you lose the orange.

America has an essence too, and that essence is liberty.  America since its inception has been defined by liberty, both the liberty of the individual and the liberty of the nation.  Individual liberty means that Americans should be subject to minimal government constraints.  The state exists to serve the individual (commerce, transportation, security), not to control the individual.  That’s why the Bill of Rights focuses so closely on individual freedoms:  the freedom to speak, the freedom to write, the freedom to worship, the freedom to defend oneself with arms, the freedom from searches and seizures, etc.  Liberty also extends to the nation.  Both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution are replete with examples of the Founders’ absolute obsession with national sovereignty.  Just recently, we’ve been reminded of the fact that the Founders didn’t even want the appearance of impropriety and the risk of influence, since they specifically prohibited foreign emoluments for our presidents.

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Barack Obama is anti-American because he wants to change this American essence.  His domestic policy is directed at increasing government control in every area, which decreases individual liberty.  Here’s an incomplete bullet-point list of his anti-liberty goals on the home front:

Read the whole thing; it’s worth it.

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In Case You Hadn’t Noticed

October 13, 2009 Leave a comment

Nice victory you’re working on, there . . . UPDATED

September 29, 2009 Leave a comment

So, Obama’s been in office for a little over eight months.  During the campaign, he assured us that diplomacy would be the key to solving all the world’s problems.  He even went so far as to say he’d meet with the genocidal leader of Iran without any preconditions, meaning essentially that Iran does not have to give up their nuclear ambitions or plans to “wipe Israel off the map” in order to have a nice sit-down with the President of The United States.

Obama also promised to focus on the war in Afghanistan (The Good War™) while pulling troops out of Iraq (The Bad War™).

So.  He’s going to focus on Afghanistan, and obviously he’ll talk to anyone if he’s willing to talk to Ahmadinejad.  So why is it that he has met with General Stanley McChrystal only one time in the 70 days since he took command of our forces in Afghanistan?  Well, obviously he has more important things to do.  Like speaking before the U.N.  Or lobbying for the 2016 Olympics to be held in Chicago, against the wishes of 80% of that city’s population.  (More info here on what’s basically turning out to be an extravagant vacation to Denmark.)

He’s a busy man.  And very important.  Lots of just causes to fight for.  And besides, winning a war is just . . . so 1945.

Ok, so what the heck is going on?!?!

September 25, 2009 Leave a comment

How is it possible that anyone would think that this is okay?!?  This was recorded in February just a few weeks after Obama’s coronation . . . er, um . . I mean inauguration.  And the teacher had the gall to claim that the children wrote the “song” themselves.

Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama
He said all should lend a hand to make the country strong again
Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama
He said we must be fair today, equal work means equal pay.

Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama
He said take a stand, make sure everyone gets a chance
Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama
He said red, yellow, black and white, all are equal in his sight
Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama
Yeah! Barack Hussein Obama

…Hello Mr. President, We honor you today
For all your great accomplishments, we all do say hooray
Hooray, Mr. President you are No. 1
The first black American to lead this nation

Or how about this one recorded before the election?

How about instead of teaching kids bad choreography and militant loyalty to an empty suit we teach them instead, oh . . . I don’t know . . . diction maybe?

Then there’s this one?

How is it that any rational human being could see the above videos and not immediately think of this?

Or this?

I am frightened beyond measure for the future of this country if this is what is happening in our public schools.  And please, if there are any videos out there depicting this kind of worship of G.W. Bush or Reagan, post it in the comments.  I’d love to see it.  I doubt you’ll find any though.  And yes, it is WORSHIP that these kids are being taught to heap upon this charlatan.

Now, combine all of the above with this and this . . . and contrast that with this:

I have outlined a comprehensive agenda to seek the goal of a world without nuclear weapons.  In Moscow, the United States and Russia announced that we would pursue substantial reductions in our strategic warheads and launchers.  At the Conference on Disarmament, we agreed on a work plan to negotiate an end to the production of fissile materials for nuclear weapons.  And this week, my Secretary of State will become the first senior American representative to the annual Members Conference of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty.

and this:

Iran revealed the existence of a covert uranium enrichment facility to the U.N. nuclear watchdog this week after it discovered the project’s secrecy had been breached by Western intelligence agencies . . .

And we have some deadly serious problems on our hands (or should that be, “hanging over our heads”).

Batten down the hatches, folks . . . we’re in for some stormy weather.