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April 1, 2012

"Barack Obama was confronted with an important decision that could be made by nobody else. And He decided!"

Well… with all respect to the office of the Presidency…pffft.
You could say exactly the same thing about Obama’s predecessor, couldn’t you? Actually, you could say that about everyone who’s been elected to that office. Except maybe those two guys who died in office without serving very long…I suspect even they would be able to point to something. After all the hundreds of millions of dollars spent, and hundreds of speeches given by Him every single year out of the last three or four — I don’t really know what the Obama Doctrine is. About anything. --House of Eratosthenes

Posted by gerardvanderleun at April 1, 2012 10:42 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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The mission was to "fundamentally transform" the Republic.

To bring it down.

Bring. It. DOWN.

The speeches give the media a framework to hang their narrative. He says progressive things, they report good intentions. The media does battlespace prep against dissenters because they are invested to the hilt in being on the winning side... even if in winning, they lose all.

They decline to fill airtime by reporting the burgeoning deficits, the looming collapse of western economies, the thousands of civil service hires and political appointees solidly committed to the "long march through the institutions", the transparently criminal and evil acts behind "gunwalker" and other overtly politically/philosophically motivated conspiracies executed by Federal Agencies.

Eric Holder is a criminal, with both intent and malice aforethought, but it's his job to be such, and he's not even a standout once you start looking at what the EPA, DHS, and FCC have been quietly working on for the last three years.

"Mein Kampf" was not idle ranting. Neither were "Dreams" or "Audacity".

Bill Ayers meant every word he wrote in "Audacity", and Barry has been a willing figurehead since the project took off back in the eighties.

The real monsters always tell you what they intend to do. Nobody listens.

Posted by: TmjUtah at April 1, 2012 12:04 PM

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