OBAMA EXPLAINS HIS HATRED FOR THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION, AND THE BILL OF RIGHTSRead Now
Obama is once again in the public eye exposing his collectivist (communist, Marxist, socialist, progressive) views and skillfully twisting them as if they were the goals of the founding fathers. The principles upon which the United States was founded are in direct contrast with the goals of Communist Obama and his fellow comrades. Obama’s promise to fundamentally transform the United States has been revealed to mean he wants to fundamentally transform the United States into a nation that would emulate all government control that prompted the colonists to revolt.
Our nation was founded as an Individualist nation where the individual is encouraged to pursue their own happiness, even when that happiness does not conform to the dictates of “common standards.” Americans were taught to pursue their dreams, even when those dreams did not conform to the prevailing norms of the day. Our founders understood that government is one of the major obstacles to a nation being great, because the individuals who comprise government have the natural propensity to dictate to the citizen their thoughts and their ideas; such as Jimmy Carter stating that the United States would have to limit their ambitions because of the “energy shortage.”
This is from a recent speech given by Comrade Obama:
“It did not start with Donald Trump. He is a symptom, not the cause. He’s just capitalizing on resentments that politicians have been fanning for years, a fear and anger that’s rooted in our past, but it’s also born out of the enormous upheavals that have taken place in your brief lifetimes.”
During his Illinois speech, Obama explained, “Of course, there’s always been another, darker aspect to America’s story.
“Progress doesn’t just move in a straight line. There’s a reason why progress hasn’t been easy and why throughout our history every two steps forward seems to sometimes produce one step back.
“Each time we painstakingly pull ourselves closer to our founding ideals, that all of us are created equal, endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights, the ideals that say every child should have opportunity and every man and woman in this country who’s willing to work hard should be able to find a job and support a family and pursue their small piece of the American dream, ideals that say we have a collective responsibility to care for the sick and the infirm and that and we have a responsibility to conserve the amazing bounty, the natural resources of this country and of this planet for future generations — each time we’ve gotten closer to those ideals, somebody, somewhere has pushed back.
“The status quo pushes back. Sometimes the backlash comes from people who are genuinely, if wrongly, fearful of change.
“More often, it’s manufactured by the powerful and the privileged who want to keep us divided and keep us angry and keep us cynical because it helps them maintain the status quo and keep their power and keep their privilege. And you happen to be coming of age during one of those moments.
The record of Obama reelects very clearly what Obama meant when he stated he will fundamentally transform the United States.
The United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights limit the rights and powers of government while establishing that our Creator gave us what are called Natural Rights or those rights that protect individuals to be the person God created and not the person the government believes we should be. It is the understanding that we are individuals limited only by our individual abilities and desires and that allowed the United States to become the exceptional nation it became. Obama condemned the United States for rising above the conforming standards to which he adheres and denounced the United States for its economic and military leadership continually.
Obama, through executive order and regulation violated the words of the United States Constitution and the spirit of the Declaration of Independence, The United States Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, by placing government limitations on our Natural Rights, by changing and nullifying constitutional law, and by legislating through the executive branch. His actions always increased the power of government and limited the rights of the individual.
Obama served the purpose of enemies of the United States who had declared war against us. This is defined as treason by the Constitution. Obama lifted sanctions on Iran at a crucial point and enabled the Iranians to continue their pursuit of nuclear weapons, so they could destroy our allies and ourselves. Obama gave the Iranians access to billions of dollars, so they could continue funding terrorist organizations who had stated it is their goal to destroy the United States and our allies. Obama also assisted these same enemies by maintaining an open border and allowing other terrorists to enter our country through his refugee program.
Obama limited economic growth by increasing taxes and using stifling regulations on business. He now claims it is his policies that are responsible for the economic growth he declared to be a thing of the past. It is the reversal of his policies, taxes and regulations, that has ignited the economic growth he said could never be achieved again.
Obama and Holder are directly responsible for the racial hatred in the United States today. They gave legitimacy to such anti-social groups as Black Lives Matter. Obama and Holder, mostly through deceit, fostered the hatred toward law enforcement. It was Obama and Holder that insinuated that Americans, especially patriotic Americans, are racist.
Obama is a very dangerous person. Many of his supporters refuse to research his Marxist and Islamic Jihadist ties and leanings. Many of his supporters have the same Marxist and Islamic Jihadist leanings. Obama is anti-American. He advocates for the exact opposite of what was the basis for the American Revolution and our American principles, principles based on the teachings of John Locke. Obama advocates for the principles of the French Revolution, or those principles put forth by Rosseau and Hobbs.
I challenge you to research and understand my above paragraph or you can wait a few months and read my next book that will explain that paragraph.
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