Obama thrives on pitting the have-nots against the haves. Obama divides Americans by demonizing the haves. Obama's rhetoric proclaims that the masses have too little because the rich have too much. Can we get real for a moment? The so-called "poor" in America live pretty darn well; two TVs, cable, and two cars.
Alongside race (black hate and white guilt), Obama is exploiting the sin of covetousness to get re-elected.
Obama's lies are too numerous to list in this article.
Obama lies and lies and lies and lies. Not only does the media never confront him, but they protect and provide cover for his lies.
Is it disrespectful to the office of the presidency to call Obama a liar? Yes. But it pains me to have such a dishonest man occupying the Oval Office. I have always naively believed that it takes an extraordinary person to become president of the United States.
So what are we patriots supposed to do when our president displays such extraordinary unprecedented disdain and disrespect for the American people by looking into the camera and lying to us -- in essence, urinating on us and telling us it is raining?
Again I ask you: how do we deal with a commander-in-chief who is a shameless liar, with the majority of the media covering for him? Frankly, I do not know. All I know to do is to keep writing articles, keep recording my songs, keep touring the country -- speaking out, singing, and inspiring the troops (Tea Party patriots). And yes, keep on praying.
To all of you, keep organizing, meeting, rallying, writing books, producing videos, social-networking, and doing your part. That's the Tea Party!
I like what Ted Nugent instructed patriots to do. Ted asked every patriot to get everyone in his life to vote for Mitt Romney in November. Ted's passionate rant was a call to vote Obama out and nothing more. And yet the Secret Service is investigating Nugent.
Meanwhile, Minister Farrakhan's frightening rant, which could easily be interrupted as a threat against Obama, gets a yawn. This is the media bias and Obama administration bully tactics we are up against, folks.
Brother Ted Nugent's strategy is excellent. Every patriot must enlighten everyone in his or her sphere of influence to how vital everyone's vote for the Republican nominee is to saving America as we know it.
Before I get flamed too much, this piece opens with a line I did not quote and don't agree with. Even the author backs off from his opening statement further into the piece.
I did find this line to be an interesting and enlightening observation: "Obama is exploiting the sin of covetousness to get re-elected." I've never liked the class warfare argument from the left. But I wasn't exactly sure why it felt so wrong. Lloyd Marcus hits the nail on the head with this one observation. The Progressive approach is evil because it exploits and promotes covetousness.
As flawed as Romney is, we can't as a nation base our policies on envy of the rich and coveting their wealth. Obama and the progressives have little to offer other than promising to take more from the rich and turning that wealth over to the government, so that bureaucrats and cronies of the left, including unions, can spend it on lavish Vegas vacations, hookers and other "perks" of the ruling class.
I asked yesterday, and got no answer. Can anyone here tell me how my life would be better if Warren Buffet and his rich friends pay more money to the government?
As flawed as Mitt Romney is, I'll be one of the many Americans taking all their friends to the polls to vote for Romney in November of 2012.