Sunday, November 06, 2011

Crickets in the Media

Why has not one word of this been spoken by the main stream media in this country?

In mid October, at the end of his bus tour our President had this to say to the firefighters and emergency workers:

"A fair shot for everybody; a fair share from everybody. That's the principle that built America."

Does that sound at all familiar? Maybe a little something like:

"From each according to his ability; to each according to his needs."

Not only is our president quoting Karl Marx, but he is advocating Marx's communist principles are what this country was built on.

I don't know what is more disturbing - that this American hating, communist clown thinks that this country was built on the basic tenets of communism. Or that he is stupid enough to think that we will all believe him when he spouts that drivel. Or that his handlers, his speech writers, his keepers are dumb enough to let him say something like that in public.

Or is it not stupidity, is it arrogance? Is it the arrogance to believe that you can do whatever you want and say whatever you want, because you know that there is nothing that can be done to stop you? Because if he is thinking that way, what does he know about the upcoming elections that we do not know?

3 comments:

ORPO1 said...

There is a serious disconnect on the part of the prez. Even factual history tends to be cast aside in favour of the marxist doctrine.

ORPO1 said...

Glad to see you back in action up there in Ridgecrest. Still trying to get a job at NAWS myself. The Air Force is OK but I would prefer to be on a Navy Installation.

Anonymous said...

I think some of you wouldn't know a communist if one walked up and shot you. You use the term communist as a pejorative for anything you don't happen to like. The comment that offends you so much is hardly communist, but like quotes from the Bible, the words of a President can be stretched and deformed like so much Pla-Doh.