"America is like a healthy body and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality, and its spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within."
--Joseph Stalin

Friday, July 27, 2012

"You didn't build that" Comment Still Vexing Obama Campaign

Will Malven

Obama's self-revelation of his hostility towards private enterprise and his belief in the collective nature of economics and how businesses are created has continued to metastasize as his indignant claims of "being taken out of context" have been proven to be more of his lies.

The Obama campaign is desperately trying to spin their way out of this mess, but they remain steadfast that Obama will continue to make "off-the-cuff" remarks at his appearances.

. . . I certainly hope so!!!

Found this at The Hill, via Drudge (title is linked).

'You didn't build that' remarks won't change Obama's strategy

By Amie Parnes - 07/27/12 05:54 AM ET
The Obama campaign has no plans to change the president's style on the stump in the wake of his "you didn't build that" remark, which Republicans have seized upon in recent days to argue the president is out of touch on the economy.

While the actions suggest Team Obama thinks the remarks have legs, they insist the controversy won’t change the president’s strategy or messaging approach as the campaign heads into the final 100 days.
“The attempts by the Romney campaign to make this into their rallying cry haven’t changed anything,” said a senior campaign official, adding that Obama “has done events without a teleprompter since then.”
If the Obama campaign sticks to its guns on this, there will be more of these very revealing slips-of-the-tongue and with them an increasing understanding, by the voting public, as to who our President really is--a foreigner in his own land.

Obama's problem (over and above his Marxist/Stalinist leanings) is a complete lack of any common experience with the American people.  He was raised in foreign lands (Indonesia and the newly declared state of Hawaii) neither of which had much in common, culturally, or politically with the United States mainland.

He was raised, beginning with his return to Hawaii to live with his maternal grandparents, in privilege and tutored in Marxism by his mentor, Frank Marshall Davis as well as his grandfather who, if he was not a communist himself, was at the very least, sympathetic to Davis' political ideology.

Once at university, he found commonality with and was embraced and carefully cultivated by the Marxist academics.

He understands little of the "American experience," or of "the black American experience.  He comprehends little of the American free-enterprise system and how it works and what he does comprehend is from the jaundiced eye of his leftist tutors. He has real difficulty relating to the American people and has little allegiance to our traditions and none to our political and cultural heritage--again he was raised outside of it all.

The whitest "white-bread" "cracker" from Liberty, Mississippi has more in common with blacks in Watts than does President Barack Hussein Obama.

The more Obama goes unscripted, the more the American people will learn of his true beliefs.  This can only accrue to the good of our nation.  The more the American voters learn of Obama, the less likely they will be to support him and his extreme left-wing radicalism.


The more "off-the-cuff" you go, the better for all who believe in our Constitution and our own nation's exceptionalism.

Long Live Our American Republic!!!!

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