Barack Obama: The fault of the right.
My fellow American’s, Barack Obama is our President and it is our fault. This may come as a shock, but really it shouldn’t because after all we are the party of responsibility. This isn’t where I say it was solely Bush’s fault and Reagan was our strongest defense against an Obama presidency; no it really started with the parents of baby boomers.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was good to us. Eisenhower’s example as a general was extraordinary more to the point his leadership in the White House even more remarkable. Eisenhower knew how to handle opposition with grace and an invisible hand. It was the television that ruined us; superficiality crept in through our eye sockets and began dismantling critical thinking skills one synaptic fire at a time.
Lo and behold a handsome, very young and inexperienced statesman (familiar territory?) became our 35th President. Immediately Khrushchev began toying with JFK and he had to prove his meddle. With conviction I give him the benefit that he found the intestinal fortitude to back Nikita down but it was a comfort too close to call for our nation. With the tragedies of tragedies to unfold, we lost a President and gained the mother of all spendthrifts. Our government and its powers would continue to experience exponential growth under both party banners.
It is here where I may lose some of you. Had the nation not prospered equally for all under Eisenhower? No, it didn’t, great work was to be done that should have been the boon of Republican’s, but Lyndon Baines Johnson took the credit in the name of JFK to sign the Civil Rights Act of 1964. We have been proselytizing the bills true senatorial support for years; we might as well have bludgeoned everyone, for it still fell on deaf ears. This was the tide that turned conservatism over to the left. We didn’t fight the good fight with vigor; we began to let the other side shout us down. Parents and our grandparents turned a blind eye to leftist infiltration of the media, the university systems and ultimately our government. We lost a war of facts against emotional rhetoric.
Christians, conservatives, even moderates let the extreme Marxist loving, egalitarian decreeing leftist value system teach our children and our children’s children. We could have said no in the sixties, we could have demanded to know what the education curriculum was, one that should have taught America’s core values and not those of elitist “peer review only” ideology. On our watch we let big Labor Unions grow to unmitigated power whores. My fellow Americans we are reaping what we allowed to be sowed. God is being taken out of every government office the ACLU can pry him out of. Our elementary school children are learning how to dress a condom on a banana. The will of the people goes overturned, twice, in California, and we have an out of control U.S. border that States do not have the right to protect, no check that, are being sued for trying to protect. Our government owns banks, car companies and our healthcare. I have a question for you.
Do you want your country back? Do you want to see a return to ethical policy and moral rule? Turn off the reality shows, pick up your history books, register all of your family members and get in the game. We can take back change. Let’s take back our America.
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