Thanks Mr. Obama for telling us who you are. Youve done America a great favor. This was not a gaffe. Nor was it twisting his words. Nor was this portion of speech taken out of context. He couldnt resist, he HAD to say it in front of a friendly crowd, and he enjoyed every minute of it until later. This was one of those rare moments when Obama gave us a peek into the core principles that guide his every decision. We saw one of those moments during the 2008 campaign when he told Joe the Plumber that we needed to spread the wealth around a little. We saw it again when he said that at some point, youve made enough money. We see it in his tax policies, in which he proposes to raise taxes for everyone who makes more than $200,000 a year. When a CBS reporter, in a rare moment of candor, remarked that tax revenues have always increased when taxes are cut and have always gone down when taxes go up, Obama didnt deny it, but admitted that it needed to be done as a matter of fairness. We saw it again when he said the private sector is doing fine, but public sector jobs were being lost.
The truth about Obamas past and his core beliefs has been a carefully kept secret courtesy of a corrupt media that is in bed with him. This is why the press has abandoned any sense of journalistic ethics that would question Obamas past, and marginalize those who do so as racist. But similar to a boil, in which the infection spreads subsurface for awhile but eventually begins to ooze, the American people are beginning to see through the façade of the well-turned phrase on the teleprompter. The preponderance of the evidence is in, and the truth has begun to surface despite the lefts obsession with silencing those who tell it. And the truth is that Obama, down to the marrow in his bones, is a revolutionary Marxist, as is most of the Democrat party.
Only a Marxist believes the things Obama believes, and those beliefs are chilling. He believes that all wealth belongs to the state, to be distributed as the state sees fit. In Obamas world, if you are successful, you owe it to the state, not your own efforts, and therefore the fruits of your efforts belong to the state. Obamas words were not a mistake they were his long-held radical view about how the world should work a view that he has held since his youth when he was mentored by Communists at virtually every stage of adolescence and college. Surely even he knows that those roads and bridges were built by private contractors with money confiscated from private taxpayers. That fact is irrelevant, however, if you believe, as he does, that it is right and proper to take from those who work and give to those who dont. In other words, he HAD to say what he did because admitting that an individual has a right to reap the rewards of his own labors would be a denial of everything he represents, and a condemnation of his own tax policy.
It is instructive to note that he said what he said in one of the few times he ventured out in the public arena without a pre-scripted teleprompter message. Because he wasnt told what to say, he had to adlib with words that were deep within his heart and soul. In short, not saying what he said would have betrayed who he really is. Im certain that his handlers were not happy with this development, which is why they make sure that 95% of everything he says is canned apple pie and motherhood. Similar to most Democrats, Obama dare not base his campaign on what he truly believes, and on his real vision for America, or he could never get elected. He has to run a stealth campaign using platitudes, like hope and change, to mask the agenda that he himself called fundamentally changing the United States of America. It is only in those brief extemporaneous moments that we get a real look at the man an unflattering look, and one that America finally needs to see.
I will make three observations.
First, if you view the speech without any cuts...you get the impression that this was supposed to cover four different themes, and made literally little to no sense in the way he delivered it. Might have been great sound bytes, but the whole content is one-star and just doesn’t tie together at all.
Second, if an idiot did accept this whole premise....then no candidate can win....that it would take a bunch of folks to win and run the presidency, pave roads, build bridges, and manage buffalo in Colorado. So why would you bother voting for candidate Obama?
Third, and final...if you had to pick a slip-up that really gets into the mind of a independent voter (not a Republican)....then this was a five-star moment. It will probably flip twenty-five percent of the independent and currently undecided voters over to Romney. It doesn’t change any Democrats or Republicans....but it really did bring thoughts into the mind of independents. When mid-November rolls around and President Obama is examining the five reasons why he lost...this has to be one of the reasons. One stupid speech....a million votes down the drain, and it wasn’t worth it.
"So it's not surprising then that they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion . . ."
"I think when you spread the wealth around, it's good for everybody . . ."
Are there any other quotes where Obama revealed who he really is through his words and not just his anti-American big government actions?
I deedn't do eet!
To all the Olympic athlete champions, You didn’t win that.
To the latest Superbowl victors, You didn’t win that.
To every successful business owner, You didn’t build that.
If they aren’t responsible for good outcomes Barry, but everyone and government collectively are, isn’t everyone and governemt also responsible when businesses FAIL? Or do you just want to only take credit for the good and leave the individual to take responsibility when it fails?