Friday, March 19, 2010

The raw ugliness of Obama's governing philosophy

It's doesn't get much plainer than this. From Christopher Adamo:
As the nationalized "Healthcare" debacle nears its end game, the people of America are increasingly shocked and disgusted by the raw ugliness of the Obama "governing" philosophy. Those platitudes of "hope and change" are gone, and in their place a thoroughly regretful American populace now witnesses, to its horror, the total desecration of this once triumphal constitutional republic.

At last, the stark reality of liberalism is unmasked in its undiluted form. What cannot be discussed honestly and succinctly is couched in lies and fraud, and then sold to the public as benevolence and compassion. Those in Congress who cannot be convinced, based on the merits of the effort, to participate and support it are coerced or bought off. The means of garnering "votes" in the Senate or House is irrelevant. In the end, all that matters is that the leftist agenda, of which Obamacare is a cornerstone, becomes the law of the land.
And then Mr. Adamo added:
In a saner time, decorum and respect by the government for the will of the people would have necessitated that the effort be dropped, and the socio-economic fabric of the country be allowed to remain intact. But as the nation is realizing, the current "leadership" in Washington is significantly different from anything ever contended with in the past. These people have never had the slightest intention of "deriving their governing power from the consent of the governed," as advised in the Declaration of Independence. [emphasis added]
Read more here.

Barack Obama ... the candidate that supporters swooned over during the 2008 campaign is turning out to be one of the most distrusted leaders in American history. If universal health care is passed and jammed down the throats of taxpayers, Obama's legacy will reflect that he led the huge overreaching of government into private lives. And he has just begun....

No comments: