Monday, September 10, 2012

Obama's Top 10 Class Warfare Attacks !

President Obama is putting his community organizing skills to work, using the iconic Socialist slogan of "FORWARD'' for his campaign, and using class warfare techniques to launch an all-out assault on America's job creators and entrepreneurs. Apparently, "Tax Billionaires" is a better rallying cry for his election campaign than "look at my record."  Here is  list, not for the faint of heart, of Obama's class warfare attacks.
  1. Attacking Capitalism:  The Obama campaign is trying to make Mitt Romney's work at Bain Capital an issue of the race, bemoaning how jobs were sometimes lost in the restructuring of a company to help it survive. But Mr Obama, that is how capitalism works and it is exactly what you did during the bailout of General Motors when unprofitable divisions were shut down in order to save the larger company. And you gave 66%  ownership to the United Auto Workers.
  2. Tax the Rich:  Even as Obama spends the nation into oblivion, he is trying to make the case that taxing the wealthy will solve the country's budget crisis. Even Nancy Pelosi broke with the president saying the Bush tax cuts should be extended. When you've lost to Pelosi, you've lost the argument.
  3. Demonize Corporations:  No president has ever gone after the corporate world as Obama has, demonizing the banks, the oil companies, pharmaceuticals and any entity that could actually create jobs. His hypocrisy holds no bounds as he greedily soaks up campaign donations from the ventures he attacks.
  4. Biden, the Hit Man:  Gaffe-machine, buffoon, Joe Biden apparently doesn't have much to do as vice president, so why not trot him out as the administration's hit man, where he can sharpen his boss's anti-wealth attacks. Recently, he ranted, "They don't get who we are!" Oh yes we do, Mr Vice President, and that's why we are on the other side.
  5. Unleash the Unions:  Big Labor provides the mentally-deficient foot soldiers for Obama's re-election bid and he returns the favour through appointments and policies beneficial to their interests. And don't forget the Service Employees International Union which deploys an army of thugs to attend left-wing rallies and are not adverse to forcibly bullying its opponents.
  6. Promote the Occupy Movement:  Obama has lent his moral support to the Occupy Wall Street movement, even as the protests turned violent and the group became infested with criminal activity. He ignored this and kept saying the movement was a reflection of a "broad-based frustration about how our financial system works." Spoken like the Alinsky-styled community organizer that he remains at heart.
  7. Spread the Wealth Around:  As candidate Obama famously told Joe-the-Plumber in 2008, he is all about wealth redistribution (spoken as a true Socialist) and since taking office his budgets have piled up trillions of dollars in deficits trying to do just that. Given a second term, this president will increase taxes every which way in order to pay for more social programs for the downtrodden, keeping an increasing number of Americans on the government dole.
  8. ObamaCare's "fairness":  The president's healthcare initiative is one big class warfare gambit as he loads up on tax increases in order to subsidize the uninsured. The problem is that it just won't work. Costs continue to rise, businesses will begin to shed their health plans, and longer waits will become normal at the doctor's office. All out of the misguided notion of "fairness."
  9. Double-Down:  Even as his amateur efforts and policies have slowed the economic recovery, created few jobs, added trillions to the national debt and put in roadblocks that curtail U.S. energy production, president Obama continues the same misguided efforts. A true Revolutionary never loses sight of the ultimate goal, with the ends justifying the means and two steps forward, one step back. Could it be that some people are right in calling him a Manchurian Candidate?  
  10. Overheated Rhetoric:  No class warfare attack could be complete without resorting to over-the-top rhetoric meant to inflame passions rather than to reach a consensus. Barack Obama has become a master of that art, blaming "millionaires and billionaires" for all the nation's woes in nearly every speech he gives. He reached his rhetorical zenith when he tried to portray President Reagan as a "wild-eyed, socialist, tax-hiking class warrior." Most people didn't like him besmirching the most popular president in the last 50 years..
The Way I See It....a curious spector was hovering over the Democratic convention last week. It was the ghost of Frank Marshall Davis, Communist Party USA member and mentor to a young Barack Obama. I have noted in a previous posting of Davis's unceasing class-based rhetoric and class warfare. Those words were echoing throughout the halls of the convention building, especially from the mouth of the man Davis influenced. I am sad to say that Davis's presence will be more profoundly felt by those who have seen the overall leftward drift of the modern Democratic Party over the years.

So many American communists seeing no chance to be elected in their own right, in the early fifties, opted to hitch their wagon to a different star, namely the most viable left leaning party in America: the Democratic Party. Sure that would be a challenge when they encountered old anti-communist Democrats, but overall, they would be patient and they would seek alliances with Democrats much closer to their collectivist thinking. A steady subversion of the Party was on. This began the long march to transform the Democratic Party from the party of Truman and JFK to the party of Nancy Pelosi, Valarie Jarrett, David Axelrod and Barack Obama. God Help America!

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