Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Obama: A Saul Alinsky Disciple to the End

I wonder if the Obama people really listen to what he sounds like when he goes into colleges and universities with his rah-rah campaigning? Only shallow sorts will go to these staged PR efforts and cheer on cue during his populous diatribe.

He has elected to ignore the desires and demands of the American people while claiming to be doing the work of the people. The numbers don't lie. The anti-Obamacare crowd has been steady at 52-58% while pro-Obamacare crowd has been steady in the 38-44% range. Democrats favor it; Republicans oppose it along with most unaffiliated voters.

Yet Obama campaigns on. He must win as he has double-down on massive government-sponsored health care. He does not care what those he proclaims to serve prefer. His arrogance and passion for a greater governmental role in the lives of its citizens trump all opposing views.

He has absolutely no interest in other alternatives. He clearly believes that its not a lie so long as you believe it. To listen to him tell his audiences that this massive entitlement program will decrease the deficit, one wonders what he will not say or do to win.

He and his fellow Saul Alinsky disciples believe the end justifies the means. Ethics can be twisted and justified regardless. Everything must be sugar coated, draped terms like liberty, equality, common welfare, pursuit of happiness, even though the goal has nothing to do with these terms. This is the thing I dislike most about politics. The Democrats have mastered it.

Obama, like Alinsky, is a community organizer first and foremost. He sores in community political gatherings; the churches being a key hub for agitation. Alinsky's Rules for Radicals is a primer for hell raisers. It is Obama's true bible.

Republicans cannot fall victim to the Alinsky power tactic: "power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have." They need to beat them at their own game.

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