Here is another great “little” post from the bluebird. Please note, however, that we have to do more than just not trust Obama.
“It is highly unlikely that Barack Obama will ever be impeached. It is certain that he will never again be trusted. Republicans and sensible Democrats take heed: The nation may not have the stomach to remove a charlatan, but the nation knows he is a charlatan. The American people will not think twice about taking out their frustration and mounting anger on those who collaborate in his schemes.” —Andrew McCarthy, Obama’s Massive Fraud
True, but please notice our nation’s barn door is still open. Most of the stalls in that barn are empty.
Because the best defense is a good offense, the Socialist Democrat Party is still on offense. That’s why the Senate threw out the filibuster rule. While they can, the Democrats will fill the judiciary and every nook and cranny of the federal bureaucracy with their own people. Conservatives may be busy trying to run their own lives, but the busybodies think their business is to make us their slaves. They play for keeps, and to them that means keeping us under their control.
“Several times now, the president has endeavored to explain that it’s not that big a deal millions of Americans are losing their health insurance plans against their will. The people who had plans they liked didn’t understand that the plans they liked were no good – they were the actuarial equivalent of trans fats, don’t you know? The fact that the people who held them liked them, thought they were good and wanted to keep them doesn’t count for much, because the government knows best. …
“Conservatives tend to see government as a necessary evil, and therefore see policymaking with some humility. Liberals tend to see government as a necessary good, and see ordering people to do things ‘for their own good’ as a source of pride, even hubris.
“From a conservative perspective, telling people how to run their lives when not absolutely necessary is an abuse of power. For…
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