Has anyone considered the fact that Obama has a historical tie-in that is just as pertinent as his comparisons to Alinsky, Hitler, Stalin, et.al? Could there possibly be a juxtaposition between Obama and Nero? After all, Nero played his fiddle while Rome burned and Obama is playing golf while the world burns. He has already lighted the fuse, now he can play golf while the destruction takes place. What we must ask ourselves is..."has he completed his mission?" It is clear that President Obama’s disastrous policies are premised not in incompetence, but in maliciousness. Our President — and he is our President — is not a stumbler and a bumbler. He is, quite likely, a believer who is carrying out orders from his handlers to the best of his ability...putting their orders to work as he receives them. Barack Obama has chosen the rest of the world over his own national interests. We have known for weeks that President Barack H. Obama plans to act administratively and without Congress to “fix” the country’s immigration system. That is a fancy way of saying that the President of the United States fancies himself a king…there is no doubt that by “fix,” Obama means to reward the very people whose first act in this country was to violate our immigration laws. Actually, Barak reminds me of a current iteration of Lizzy Borden...you know...the gal who "cut loose" from her parents. Barak's memorial song could be:Barak Obama took an axe,And gave the Constitution 40 whacks;And with that job successfully done,He gave the Bill of Rights 41.Just a thought? But what if the Constitution and Bill of Rights are not dead? What if they, like the Phoenix, can arise from their battered state and be the weapon which brings Barak and his handlers down? This is the very real conundrum. They can...in fact...be the weapon to bring them down but WHO will wield the weapon? Our politicians seem to favor acquiescence or consent by inaction...maybe even silence. It seems to me that if we cannot find people to wield the weapon, we will complete the fall, as a nation and as a people, into mediocrity at best.What we have is a machine which won't work because of faulty or damaged parts. At this point it doesn't matter if the parts are malfunctioning or not functioning at all. We must trouble-shoot the machine, identify the faulty...damaged...parts and replace them. George Mason said in a speech in the Virginia Ratifying Convention, 1788, "Those gentlemen, who will be elected senators, will fix themselves in the federal town, and become citizens of that town more than of your state." I'm alluding, of course, to getting out the VOTE!Sun Tzu said "know thine enemy". While we may appear weak, as evidenced by the damage to our nation so far, we can identify our enemies and there is strength and power in unity. We must shrug off the complacency which has weakened our resolve to uphold liberty and freedom and in one voice, say "No More!!!" "What country can preserve its liberties, if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms." --Thomas Jefferson, Letter to William Stephens Smith, 1787We have witnessed Obama's habitual deviation from the law and his inability to impress any of our allies and not a few of our enemies. His following here in the United States seems to be his only support group. In Federalist No. 47, James Madison warned that the "accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands... may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny." This is just what has happened in America over the past six years.We can, as free men and women, undo the deeds of the people...the same people who have benefitted from being citizens of the United States...that daily disparage the way of life and system of government our Founding Fathers intended for us. There is no hope from the change that arose from the Stygian depths of progressive ideation six years ago. There is only indentured bondage to a system which has no resemblance to a government "of the people, by the people and for the people". "[Rights] are not annexed to us by parchments and seals. They are created in us by the decrees of Providence, which establish the laws of our nature. They are born with us; exist with us; and cannot be taken from us by any human power, without taking our lives. In short, they are founded on the immutable maxims of reason and justice." --John Dickinson, A Warning to the Colonies (Of the Right to Freedom; and of Traitors), 1766 Jim Morris
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