Saturday, January 24, 2009

Barack Obama is Scared of Rush Limbaugh the Citizen

Barack Obama is invoking his presidential power to unleash his goons after a private citizen. Just like Senator Harry Reid, Obama is threatened by one man and one cause, Rush Limbaugh and the Conservative movement. I can sense of foreshadowing and intent of Obama and the whack job that we call the Liberal Movement. Power and control over the lives of the American people is just one faction on the things-to-do list. To suppress our freedom by making us dependent on the government is the ultimate trophy to attain.

Obama stated that Rush Limbaugh is the thorn that is unraveling the ideas and goals of the Socialist that we voted for president. The intent is clear. Obama wants to grant citizenship to the illegal aliens in America, nationalize our economy, and reinstate the Fairness Doctrine. This is how this Kenyan will govern. Obama said, "You can't just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done." What do you think Obama is going to do? Well, for a president to attack a private citizen is unfounded. Why not talk about the crooked associations of Barack Obama? Why not question this Kenyan illegitimate past? We the people have the power over the government. They serve us and not the other way around. The arrogance of this Kenyan is more of a dictator. This Kenyan never involved the Republicans in any committee meeting in drafting this $825 billion stimulus welfare check. This Kenyan wants bipartisanship only if both sides follow his idiotic doctrine.

The response by Rush Limbaugh to the Kenyan:

“There are two things going on here. One prong of the Great Unifier's plan is to isolate elected Republicans from their voters and supporters by making the argument about me and not about his plan. He is hoping that these Republicans will also publicly denounce me and thus marginalize me. And who knows? Are ideological and philosophical ties enough to keep the GOP loyal to their voters? Meanwhile, the effort to foist all blame for this mess on the private sector continues unabated when most of the blame for this current debacle can be laid at the feet of the Congress and a couple of former presidents. And there is a strategic reason for this.

To make the argument about me instead of his plan makes sense from his perspective. Obama's plan would buy votes for the Democrat Party, in the same way FDR's New Deal established majority power for 50 years of Democrat rule, and it would also simultaneously seriously damage any hope of future tax cuts. It would allow a majority of American voters to guarantee no taxes for themselves going forward. It would burden the private sector and put the public sector in permanent and firm control of the economy. Put simply, I believe his stimulus is aimed at re-establishing "eternal" power for the Democrat Party rather than stimulating the economy because anyone with a brain knows this is NOT how you stimulate the economy. If I can be made to serve as a distraction, then there is that much less time debating the merits of this TRILLION dollar debacle.

Obama was angry that Merrill Lynch used $1.2 million of TARP money to remodel an executive suite. Excuse me, but didn't Merrill have to hire a decorator and contractor? Didn't they have to buy the new furnishings? What's the difference in that and Merrill loaning that money to a decorator, contractor and goods supplier to remodel Warren Buffet's office? Either way, stimulus in the private sector occurs. Are we really at the point where the bad PR of Merrill getting a redecorated office in the process is reason to smear them? How much money will the Obamas spend redecorating the White House residence? Whose money will be spent? I have no problem with the Obamas redoing the place. It is tradition. 600 private jets flown by rich Democrats flew into the Inauguration. That's fine but the auto execs using theirs is a crime? In both instances, the people on those jets arrived in Washington wanting something from Washington, not just good will.

If I can be made to serve as a distraction, then there is that much less time debating the merits of the trillion dollar debacle.”