Obama Seems Incapable of Loving America

April 26, 2011 08:28

Do forty percent of Americans really hate their country, or are they just too self-absorbed, apathetic and/or obtuse to recognize the loathing Barack Obama displays for the United States of America?

By Doug Patton at Canada Free Press


Perhaps American voters have become so cynical they can’t hear what their leaders are clearly saying to them. Consider that just prior to the 2008 presidential election, Obama said, “We are just five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” What did he mean by that? How many interpretations could there be for that statement?

Were the voters so starved for leadership that they craved the attention of a community organizer who had never accomplished anything, simply because he told them that they could have things they had never earned, paid for by people they had never met? Or is it possible that Obama’s rhetoric was so meaningless that when he said “fundamental transformation,” all they heard was “hope and change.”

For the first 189 years of our nation’s existence we were not a great country? Is that what you are saying Mr. Obama? Until Franklin Roosevelt pushed through the Ponzi scheme known as Social Security in 1935 and Lyndon Johnson compounded the shell game with Medicare in 1965, we were — what? A mediocre country? An average country? Or perhaps, as your wife expressed during the campaign, we were “a downright mean country.” Is that what you really believe about the United States of America? Obviously, it is.


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