Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Change you can believe in?

There is no question that George W. Bush was and is a Globalist what that means is that in spite of the fact that Mr. Bush swore to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America at many times in his presidency president Bush was awkwardly at odds with his pledge. (see) here and here and here)

For example; Mr. Bush signed an agreement with the Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin and the President of Mexico, Vicente Fox which would have virtually erased for all practical purposes the borders between Mexico and Canada. Not the best policy for keeping America sovereign. (see post)

Mr. Bush attempted to end the uniqueness of U.S. citizenship by proposing that 20 million illegal aliens, people who have wantonly and willfully broken U.S. immigration laws be recognized as immigrants and treated as all other historical immigrants that came to this country legally. He also insisted that illegal aliens be granted immediate citizenship with all the rights and privileges that natural born and naturalized citizens enjoy. Not necessary in the best interest of the United States of America.

And finally President Bush signed the first $700Billion dollar taxpayer bailout of criminal financial institutions that set America on a course of a national Trillion dollar generational indebtedness. Not in the best interest of the American people. (see story)and here

So you elected Barack Obama for change, the only thing is we’re finding that Obama doesn’t represent the change that you where hoping for. Here in Obama weekly address we hear in his own words this pitch for Globalism the same Globalism that Bush was so fond of. (see 4:46min video)

According to President Obama, we’re all interconnected? No one nation can meet these challenges alone? America’s success is inextricability linked to the global economy? In addition to that, I found in the most shocking exposé on president Obama produced by Alex Jones Obama is an International Globalist and his involvement is much worst than President Bush’s. (see 1hr 53min video)

If Alex Jones is to be believed it appears that America has jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire by electing Barack Obama President.