Monday, January 04, 2010

The Presidency that is correcting the Fundamental Flaws of this Country

Happy New Rule

What exactly has one year of the Barry Hussein Soetoro presidency done to America? And what affect will his presidency have on the New Year or the New Decade for that matter? Well, the Soetoro administration—as promised—is on its way to correcting the fundamental flaws of this country.

Oh, you mean the last eight years of the Bush administration, right? No much bigger than that. The Barry Hussein Soetoro administration is in the process of fundamentally changing the Constitution of the United States of America and the traditions of our founding fathers.

In addition president Soetoro is in the process of redistributing people’s wealth in this country. Not to other Americans as one might think but to the global citizens of an international government yet to be fully disclosed. This, by the way, explains Soetoro’s continual playing to the “people of the world.”
I think that we can say that the Constitution reflected an enormous blind spot in this culture that is carried on until this day and the framers had that same blind spot.

And I don’t think that the two views are contradictory to say that it was a remarkable political document that paved the way for where we are now and to say that it also reflected the fundamental flaw of this country that continues until this day.
–Barack Hussein Obama (listen to 1:29min recording)

Remember the street radicals of the ‘60s whose mantra was, “Burn, baby burn!” Whose philosophical conviction was to burn or bomb everything in America down to start all over again? Well the radicals have come of age and are no longer shouting from the streets, now they now speak in modulated tunes from inside the house—the White house to be specific and the mantra has evolved from that of “Burn, baby burn” to that of “Fundamental Change!” And a more cumbersome sounding “Redistributive Change, baby. Redistributive change!”

What we are witnessing is the radical ideology of the ‘60s coming home to roost in America. Change has finally come and the “Man” and the “Establishment” has been replaced by the sons and daughters of Woodstock. Those skinny ties and black suits have been banned, man. And now if you’re down with it or even if you’re not, you’d better be pimpin’ some mad love for the Progressive ideology, ‘cause it ain’t about Christianity and Conservatism no mo’ in America. It about fundamentally changing this mutha!

That’s right! It’s about coming new. We ain’t America no mo’ baby! In the decade of 2010 it’s out with the old and in with the new. Even the past American appetite for “Sex, Drugs and Rock-n-Roll” has been upgraded to “Sex, Drugs, Tats, Piercings and Rap.”

From politics to religion, from health care to the global management of this planet, a change has already come. Most of you though that you were electing the first Black man to the presidency of the United States of America. But you were deceived into focusing on the unimportant thing. What you elected, and Barry Hussein Soetoro will be the first to tell you this himself, was a fundamental change in the traditions and the operations of America.

So no, it ain’t about America “no mo’ man” it’s about changing the fundamental flaws of this country’s constitution, its laws, and it’s social and economy structure.
Barry Hussein Soetoro promised that if he were elected president he would fundamentally change America. And he meant it!

One year in and he is burning down the house that, Adams, Jefferson, Washington, Franklin et al built and is replacing it with one that for the first time in her life, even Michele Obama can be proud of.

Yes Michele, for the first time in the life of America; Stalin, Lenin, Trotsky, Mao, Marx and Hugo Chavez can be proud of America too! And we owe it all to your husband who applied the balm of Chicago politics and Alinsky’s rules for radicals to the eyes of the America people.

Yes before Soetoro we were blinded by the blind spots of the Constitution, the Founding fathers, Christianity, Traditionalism, and Capitalism. But now we clearly see that laying aside those restrictions that so easy defined us as the land of the free and prosperous were all wrong so we now acknowledge that we should apologize to the world’s Despots and Fascists for living as free men and free women.

Ironically, the fundamental flaw that Barry Hussein Soetoro has set out to change about America is the flaw that allowed him to become president, which is the freedom to choose for ourselves. In other words, that’s freedom from an over authoritarian government telling us how to live every aspect of our lives.

To the contrary, Soetoro’s government takeovers, czarships and his redistributive agenda will not restore sight to the blind, feed the hungry nor teach men and women how to fish for themselves, in order to do these things we must relearn the lessons of the great men that designed this country. What exactly are the lessons that made this country great and what are the lessons that will make us great again if allowed to do so? Belief in the God of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, small government and belief that only a good and righteous people will fight and maintain freedoms for all people.

Unfortunately Barry Hussein Obama sees the just mentioned concepts as the fundamental flaws that he intends to fix by his presidency of hope and change.

Whether Soetoro is successful or not will be the determinant to America having a Happy New Year and a more prosperous New Decade starting in 2010.