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    “Barack will never allow you to go back to your lives as usual”

    “Barack will never allow you to go back to your lives as usual”

    I did get a chance, on my voyage yesterday, to listen to this part of Rush’s show (emphasis mine):

    RUSH:  I’m gonna take a stab at answering my question Obama is literally pushing people to snap, attacking the very sanity of the country.  To what end?  Aside from wanting everybody’s name on a list of some kind, why is Obama doing all of this?  I mean, all of this is so in our face.  Everything that people hold dear is under assault, deliberately making people upset.  This is not what presidents do.  Deliberately making people upset.

    Maybe this is about revenge.  You know, Obama used that word when he was on the campaign trail prior to the election.  He told his supporters in Ohio to go vote and get their revenge.  Revenge against who?  Well, obviously, the people that disagree with Obama.  But who are those people?  He clearly knows who they are, and I think the root of this, I think the answer to my question can be found in the comment that Obama made when he thought he was off the record at a fundraiser in San Francisco, when he talked about the bitter clingers.  These are people that the liberals all know.   These are the not very bright people that want life to never change.  They don’t want any progress….

    None of this should come as a surprise (audio here):

    Barack Obama will require you to work. He is going to demand that you shed your cynicism. That you put down your divisions. That you come out of your isolation, that you move out of your comfort zones. That you push yourselves to be better. And that you engage. Barack will never allow you to go back to your lives as usual, uninvolved, uninformed.

    It’s his model.  Push.  Complain about you.  Push.  Complain about you. Push.  Complain about you.

    He who values the right to privacy as a basis for aborting fetuses does not value your privacy, your right to be left alone.

    “The right to be left alone—the most comprehensive of rights, and the right most valued by a free people.”— Louis Brandeis, dissenting, OLMSTEAD v. U.S., 277 U.S. 438 (1928).


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    The essence of his “gun control” executive orders was Big Brother; they had nothing to do with guns. One more avenue to enable government to compile another set of lists on another set of citizens. They’re called dossiers. In four years neither life nor the prospect for living in either this country or much of the rest of the world will bear any resemblence to what it had been just ten short years earlier. We are well through Ronald Reagan’s “one generation” and gathering speed with each passing day.

    The world will be a much poorer place for Barack Obama ever having been a President of the United States of America. To our shame, we elected him.

    I realize why this guy irritates me so much. He’s everywhere, all the time, every day of the week. The unearned, unreasonable and unfathomable idolatry of this man is nauseating. I am so sick of him.

    Rush called him President Kardashian. He pegged that correctly. These media vampires intrude into every facet of life, especially when one doesn’t care to hear anything about them. They never go away.

    Presidents used to do a little this and that, met with foreign leaders, signed a few bills, and generally didn’t climb into the 24/7 media hype machine. They saved their time, energy and political capital for when it was necessary.

    I sort of blame Bill Clinton for this trend.

    Henry Hawkins | January 17, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    These clowns are talking about essentially deputizing doctors to query patients about gun ownership as a “health” issue, and making it illegal to give false answers and illegal for the doc not to ask. We’re hip deep in lawyers around here – doesn’t that make the doctor an agent of the state and doesn’t a patient have a 5th Amendment right against forced self-incrimination?

      Juba Doobai! in reply to Henry Hawkins. | January 18, 2013 at 11:47 am

      You are functioning as though we still have a Constitution. The first time Obama violated it with his use of executive orders to circumvent Congress, and the House did not bring articles of impeachment against him, the Constitution went out the door. We have no guaranteed rights, immunities, privileges. What we have is Obama and ad hoc law.

    Crawford | January 17, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    “Push. Complain about you. Push. Complain about you. Push. Complain about you.”

    Like any bully trying to start a fight…

    Bitterlyclinging | January 17, 2013 at 8:18 pm

    Push people to insurrection. Get them to rise up against you, delineate them, segregate them. Get all your staunchest enemies congregated together, just as Hitler gathered all the SA leaders together at the lakeside resort, sleeping peacefully in their rooms, The Night Of The Long Knives, gathered in places like the proposed Citadel in Idaho, then bring in a single B-2 with a dozen J-Dams on board.
    Within a half hour afterwards you’ll be able to declare yourself Dictator For Life Barack Obama. All of your Liberal supporters will pour joyously, ecstatically into the streets and into whatever bars are open in celebration, humping each other indiscriminantly, iregardless of gender. They will demand that the radio stations play “Happy Days Are Here Again” non stop for 24, no 36 hours continuously.
    There is one thing axiomatic about all wars. They never end the way the party that initiates the war envisions them as ending.
    Would the Japanese Pilots that eagerly climbed aboard their Zekes and Betties sitting on the carrier flight decks northwest of Pearl Harbor been as ecstatic, or the flight crews as joyous as when they waved them off or greeted them on their returns had they foreseen Hiroshima and Nagasaki, or the other 66 Japanese cities that were ultimately struck by “Hurricanes of flame?”

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