Monday, August 03, 2009

Which Obama Is Believable?

Those of you that follow my comments, which I really appreciate by the way, know that there are very few politicians I actually like. Okay, there are none. Politics, by nature, is a dirty business. One cannot get elected to a national office without some questionable dealings. It is always a choice between the lesser of two evils in my mind, third-parties aside (they never win elections are by and large are a waste of time and money).

Recent videos of Obama talking about private insurance vs single-payer health insurance and his Secretary of the Treasury, Timothy Geithner, keeping middle class tax increase on the table are telling of the real Obama plan.

Which Obama do we believe? We believe his socialistic ideology. He thinks government is better than the free market. Some people prefer socialism. Pick you favorite European country. I do not. This is my reason for opposing him from when I first heard of him -- a speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention.

Obama is a socialist at his core. His hope and aspiration for change is to nationalize as many things he can -- from autos and energy to health and media. His admires Hugo Chavez -- he only wishes he could shut down all conservative talk radio like Chavez closed 34 stations that failed to comply with his rule of law.

Obama's hope and change is less freedom, higher taxes, and mediocrity for all. Take him at his word. His word is pure government control.

3 comments:

Rachel Hauck said...

What's so weird, he's already campaigning. He's talking all about himself at the '04 convention.

He sounds like he believes in the American dream, so it makes no sense to be a socialist. But he is.

What we forget is the right to pursue happiness! If you want to be happy, PURSUE it!!! Don't stand there with your hand out waiting for something to be given to you.

Rachel

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