Posts tagged: Reagan

Aug 28 2009

Fascinating Coverage of Obama’s Marxist and Anti-Capitalist Advisors And Reagan’s Warning From The Grave!

These videos from Glenn Beck are fascinating. I knew that Obama was a Marxist, because he basically said so in one of his autobiographies. I read both of them before the election. But, when you look at the radicals that he surrounds himself with, and who he employs to write various bills, and who advise groups and companies on how to get money from the government, it just blows your mind. I need some of that duct tape George Bush told me to buy; my head is about to explode!
During this clip, it is pointed out the Hugo Chavez warned Fidel Castro that after some of Obama’s actions (essentially nationalizing GM), they might end to the right of Obama!


Another part, where it is mentioned that Cass Sunstein states that we should “celebrate tax day”.

And yet more, including an interview with Rush Limbaugh where he speculates that Obama may be destroying the Democratic party, but it is too soon to say for sure. Personally, I think he is. Too many people are now saying “This is not what I voted for!” as the polls demonstrate with his rapidly falling popularity.

And, finally, a speech from 1964 where Ronald Reagan warns us about virtually every thing that Obama is foisting on the country in terms of high taxation, large government, socialism, and communism. One of the best lines in the speech (and there are many of them) is Reagan’s quoting of Senator Clarke of Pennsylvania “(Clarke) defines liberalism as meeting the material needs of the masses through the full power of centralized government”. Reagan’s response: “Well, I, for one, resent it when a representative of the people refers to you and me, the free men and women of this country, as the masses. This is a term we haven’t applied to ourselves in America. But, beyond that, the full power of centralized government! This was the very thing the founding fathers sought to minimize. They knew that governments don’t control things. The government can’t control the economy without controlling people. And they know when a government sets out to do that, it must use force and coercion to achieve it’s purpose. They also knew, those founding fathers, that outside of it’s legitimate functions, government does nothing as well, or as economically, as the private sector of the economy.” He then goes on with examples. An incredible warning from the grave.
As a personal afterthought. How much better our nation would have fared if Barry Goldwater had been elected as President of the United States, rather than Lyndon Johnson, in 1964! It can be argued that Johnson’s presidency was the socialist camel’s nose under the tent, unfortunately.

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