Skip to comments.Obama's message of divide and blame (by Bobby Jindal)
Posted on 06/16/2012 9:01:53 PM PDT by Innovative
In 2008, President Obama campaigned on a message of "Hope and Change." Thursday, speaking in Ohio, the president announced his re-election campaign message of "Divide and Blame."
The president had to give another economic speech, nearly an hour long, because he has not given us economic results. America does not need excuses; we need leadership.
President Obama cannot ask Americans if they are better off than they were four years ago, and so is trying to blame others for his record. Over half a million fewer Americans have jobs today than when he took office.
He believes that this nation was built by the government, and that more government spending is the key to our future.
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Is jindal gonna watch the WND livestream monday morning from florida court regarding what a “natural born citizen” is? He might learn sumpin’. The lamestream will finally have to cover this hearing with the American patriot sheriff Joe appearing!
I think you are underestimating Obama. Take another look at his actions, he is not naive, he is deliberately destroying the US.
Depression: reading the comments section of the article...
He’s trying to destroy America but we, all of us real Americans are stronger than he is. He’s too slick by half. “Even by victory are victors undone’’. This punk is going down in November.
It may yet not be too late. November is coming.
It seems in the last few weeks that CNN has had a lot more conservative op-eds on its site. A change in course, possibly?
Have Cubans have risked their lives in leaky boats in order to become "purchased" by a big government overlord? Have Mexican citizens endured being packed in vehicles, or risked dying in the desert in order to become indebted to an ideology and an individual who disrepects and finds a way around America's Constitutional rules for legislation to protect them once they get here?
Dividing and conquering is a tool of tyrants who want power for themselves.
Bringing individuals together around a common passion for individual liberty, a "People's" government whose Constitution strictly divides, separates, limits, and checks and balances the powers those "People" grant to their elected representatives in government is the philosophy upon which America was formed.
Thomas Jefferson, the Author of the Declaration of Independence, said that it was an expression of "the American mind" of 1776.
As American citizens, we need to rediscover the ideas and principles underlying that Declaration and Constitution, come together around them, and firmly reject anyone arrogant enough to attempt to impose upon that great edifice of liberty an ideology which separates, divides, and classifies us in order to break the "chains" (Jefferson) of that Constitution which were intended to "bind them down from mischief."