Ok, so the G20 is over and Obama has sold us down the river. According to the agreements made, our American companies can be controlled by an international board in the EU. So, according to Barry, we not only aren't supposed to be a free market economy, but we also aren't supposed to be a sovereign nation either.
Every mainstream liberal screamed bloody murder at the Patriot act as being unconstitutional in its scope, but their poster-child has just thrown out the Constitution completely. His reasoning? Simply put, "We won. Get over it."
How much damage are we going to let him do? My God, he's decimating our foundations in the first 4 months. We've got 4 years of this to look forward to. I submit that we will not survive four years as a free nation. Before he took office there were warnings and grumblings over what he would do, and if anything he's moving faster than any of us thought he would on the dismantling of the U.S. of A.. And the construction of the U.S.S.R. of A.. He has taken over the banking industry, portions of the insurance industry, Automakers industry and has asked, through his mouthpiece, the tax cheat, for powers to seize any company that it deems too big to allow to fail.
On Dec. 9th of 2008 I wrote In Defense (afore hand) of Revolt and laid out what I thought was a worst case scenario on what I believed was in store for us. I was very short-sighted. What Obama is instigating is much worse; he is doing away with all of our founding principles and installing his will as the final judge of what institutions are to be allowed to thrive or wither on the vine? Further he is, for the first time since our Declaration of Independance, allowing foreign governments to have a direct oversight in our national internal affairs.
Also in that piece, I laid out a case for Revolt used by our Founders. My question is this? How far are we going to let the libs and Barry take us before we do something to stop him? What can we do to stop him? There's an interesting question. The tea bag thing didn't have any effect. The national Tea Parties aren't having an effect. (Frankly they offend me. The original tea party was an act of defiance, not merely protest. It was the opening salvo of the War of Independence, not merely a chance for talking heads to raise their ratings.) The Thousands upon thousands of letters, emails, and phone calls to Representatives and Senators are falling on deaf ears. As well as the same sent to the White House.
So. We as Americans will continue to blog, and cry, and whine to people that won't listen while they drag us further and further from our Founding Principles. Is that what the blood of Washington, Jefferson, and Madison has come to? Is that all that is left for America, to become a footnote as a one-time "superpower and leader"?
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