Thursday, October 30, 2008

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fiar

After months of Obama telling us that he never heard those speeches of Reverend Wright's and had no idea that he was saying those things, here's what he said in an interview in 1995.



And then although he has tried to hide his Marxist influences from Alinsky to Ayers to many others listen to this admission of seeking out the Marxists professors.



And all the denial of From Each According to His Ability, To Each According to His Need, Marx's dictum, here, also in 1995, he attacks the Constitution of the United States stating that its purpose of controlling government to not infringe the rights of individuals is wrong from the get-go. It should have been essentially a Marxist document designed to redistribute the wealth, i.e., to enforce economic justice, a code word for the Marxist principle. Another code word with the same meaning is social justice.



He is in favor of ground troops and has stated his desire for an internal security force with a budget as big as the US Military. (I can no longer find his statements about this that at one time appeared on his website.) These people are to be the means of forcing "economic justice" on the country. The ACORN organizations of which there are over 100 that he uses for voter registration and to create a giant shell game to pass the blame as the various ones run into trouble for fraud, are now Obama's troops. They will be morphed and expanded into his internal security force.

(Added later the same day: Further the truth of his intent is being revealed in a few short months of campaigning. At first the rich were people earning over $300,000 per year. Then it became $250,000, $200,000 and is now $150,000 as stated within the last week by Joe Biden. A graph of these figures is a straight line, not a curve approaching an asymptote. At this rate anyone who makes anything will be considered rich and all property and assets will be confiscated. If this isn't Soviet style politics, what is?)

2 comments:

Butler T. Reynolds said...

Doesn't it just make you happy that Republicans have worked so hard all these years to expand the power of the presidency? Thanks, guys!

principlex said...

Excellent point. Now we are down to a last ditch effort to stave off totalitarianism.