As early as 2007, his campaign speeches promised fundamental change.  The gullible masses accepted, without thought or question, that it would be positive change.  They agreed that it was time to give a man of color a place in history, a place of honor and respect.

Due, in large, to his charisma and oratorical ability the inattentive and thus low information proletariat were mesmerized into voting for that fundamental change.  They didn’t bother to question what fundamental change meant or why it was necessary.  We have, over the past six years, found out the exact meaning of that one single word.  Perhaps they still don’t get it, but their aware and thinking counterparts do.

Take a quick look at just what it did mean.  It meant that despite an ever-growing number of eligible workers, fewer of them are working.  Only 62.7% (down 3.6% from January, 2008) of them are currently employed and 37.3% are now idle entitlement recipients.  It also meant a widening separation between the incomes of the most wealthy and the most poor with little room remaining for a rapidly diminishing middle-class.  That middle-class is headed into poverty and will join others on government hand-outs.  It meant identifying separate groups of people and banding them against one another.  These are some of the fundamentals of Marxism at work.

Additionally, it meant that the Constitution; the personal and state’s rights, the checks and balances of a tri-lateral government and, especially, the restrictions it places on the Executive branch would be cast aside.  The fundamental changes about which he spoke lead only to an imperial government.  This is exactly what the founding fathers tried to avoid.


At 60 days into his first term of office, I expressed my opinion of what I thought was coming.  I think I did a pretty good job.  I doubt that Nostradamus could have predicted all of it.

Tonight, I’m sure, we’ll hear more me, me, I, I B.S.  He will take credit for things he fought against that turned out well for the American people.  He will blame others for what he did wrong.  He will tell us that, in spite of an ever-growing national debt, we need to spend more.  And, he’s going to propose taking more money from the productive few who are working hard to keep the country afloat in defiance of his Marxist policies.


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  1. Says:

    Bravo Zulu, Bob!


    Patriot who served

    “For those who have fought for it, Freedom has a flavor the defended will never know.” A veteran is someone who, at one point in his/her life wrote a blank check made payable to, ‘The United States of America’ for an amount of, ‘Up to and including my life.’ That is Honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it.’


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