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The Obama Administration’s Plot Against America
The Philadelphia Bulletin ^ | March 28, 2010


The American people elected President Obama on the basis of his vague promises of “change,” which was assumed by the majority of voters to be something good for our nation.

Fifteen months into his term it is time for us to stop deluding ourselves with his good intentions and accept the fact we must immediately stop the madness of his agenda in order to regain control of our destiny and country.

It is time for us to accept the fact that Mr. Obama’s administration has no appreciation or respect for our country’s heritage. They reject our principles and moral values, as well as everything else that makes America the paradigm of all free and allied nations and the envy of our enemies.

It is time for us to accept the fact that while we have been fully focused on the Health-Care Bill, Mr. Obama continues working on the final assembly of his multi dimensional plot, which requires the approval of as many anti-American bills as possible before the congressional election of 2010.

We must understand that no other legislation is more important to the implementation of his plot than the Immigration Bill.

By passing the Immigration Bill, he will be able to legalize millions of illegals currently living in the U.S. The vast majority of them are not here because of their love and appreciation for America. Instead, they are here to use the country and, wherever possible, bring it to its knees. Their legalization will have the force of an electoral tsunami that will magically deliver millions of new voters into our system. This new contingent of electors will allow Mr. Obama to regain congressional seats that will be lost in the 2010 election. The most significant point is that from there on, they will be able to keep themselves in power forever.

Simply put, conservative Americans are fading away due to factors such as aging and the long term hijacking of our educational, entertainment and communication systems that prevent conservative output, while forming and producing new progressives, liberals and socialists in to the ranks of the American electorate. Time makes it unlikely for us to have enough votes to repeat the results of 2010 in the 2012 election, and a new contingent of electors delivered by the Immigration Bill will definitely make it impossible. In simple terms, conservatives will be outnumbered by millions within the next two years, thanks to these three key factors: aging, systems outputs and the Immigration Bill.

Like many other countries, America is being stroked by the new “democratic” system conceived in Marxist labs around the world. According to this new process, bloody revolutionary coups are out and have been replaced by an infiltration of the process of free “democratic” elections. This process has already been successfully implemented in many “democratic” states (such as Venezuela, Iran, Brazil, Russia, etc.) around the world.

The Immigration Bill will grant them the needed electoral majority to complete the plot to perpetuate themselves in power and, thereby, “change” our country forever.

All Mr. Obama needs to do is follow the script, be patient and accept minor annoyances, such as the recent electoral defeats in Massachusetts, Virginia, New Jersey as well as a likely congressional setback in the 2010 elections. What is really important to him is the approval of as many bills as possible between now and the November election, the most important being the Immigration Bill.

Our last resource to avoid this irreversible “change” of our way of life lies in defeating the Immigration Bill, as conceived by these anti-Americans residing both in the White House and the Congress.

If the Health-Care Bill takes over one sixth of our economy, the Immigration Bill will hijack the entire country and end our way of life.

Now that we understand the plot, we must step forward and define our strategies and tactics in order to defeat them.

Our short-term mission should be the defeat of the populist Immigration Bill by replacing it with one that effectively reflects the interest of our country’s long term well-being, and preventing Mr. Obama’s re-election.

Anything else favors Mr. Obama and is against the best interest of America.


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Rasmussen: Health Care Law: One Week Later 54% Favor Repeal of the Bill
Hotair Pundit ^ | MARCH 28, 2010 | Hotair Pundit


Even 1/4 of Democrats favor repeal

60% believe it will increase the federal budget deficit

One week after the House of Representatives passed the health care plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats, 54% of the nation's likely voters still favor repealing the new law. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 42% oppose repeal.

Repeal is favored by 84% of Republicans and 59% of unaffiliated voters. Among white Democrats, 25% favor repeal, but only one percent (1%) of black Democrats share that view.Only 17% of all voters believe the plan will achieve one of its primary goals and reduce the cost of health care. Most (55%) believe it will have the opposite affect and increase the cost of care.

Forty-nine percent (49%) believe the new law will reduce the quality of care. Sixty percent (60%) believe it will increase the federal budget deficit. Those numbers are consistent with expectations before the bill was passed.

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America’s Quiet Anger
By James P. Gannon on 3.30.10 @ 6:07AM

There is a quiet anger boiling in America.

It is the anger of millions of hard-working citizens who pay their bills, send in their income taxes, maintain their homes and repay their mortgage loans — and see their government reward those who do not.

It is the anger of small town and Middle American folks who have never been to Manhattan, who put their savings in a community bank and borrow from a local credit union, who watch Washington lawmakers and presidents of both parties hand billions in taxpayer bailouts to the reckless Wall Street titans who brought down the economy in 2008.

It is the fury of the voiceless, the powerless, the ordinary nobodies of Flyover Country who are ridiculed, preached to, satirized and insulted by the Celebrity Loudmouths of the two Left Coasts, the Jon Stewarts and Keith Olbermanns, the Paul Krugmans and their ilk.

It is the salted wound of the millions who see that ruling Democrats in Congress are not listening to them but are willfully ignoring public opinion and the verdict of recent elections in passing a huge new health care entitlement when the existing entitlements of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid are already going broke.

It is the frustrating helplessness of citizens who revere the Founding Fathers and the genius of the Constitution that they wrote, who actually believe the words of the Constitution mean what they say, not more and not less. They who watch politicians and the courts stretch and bend that Constitution — finding “rights” not enumerated, powers never granted, meanings unimagined — believe that their country is being redefined without their consent.

Most of the angry are not out marching in the streets, waving signs or shouting into bullhorns. And they are not smashing windows or phoning death threats to politicians. They are simply waking up angry in the morning, and going to bed angry at night. And their resentment is multiplied by the media’s efforts to portray them all as dangerous, crazy people, and by the effort of certain Democrats to tar them with brush of violent intent.

They are embittered, too, by the rhetoric of a triumphant president who turns on its head Winston Churchill’s heroic attitude promising defiance in defeat but magnanimity in victory. For a president of a deeply divided country, defiance in victory is not an endearing posture. It has all the persuasive charm of a Chad Ochocinco victory dance in the end zone of the opponent’s stadium.

These quietly angry people gather in their churches while their religions are called divisive and their beliefs are labeled as bigotry, and they pray for a better day. They talk among themselves in their Main Street cafes, at the Rotary club or at their kids’ softball games, seeking others who understand their frustration and will not respond with arrogant dismissal.

They are tired of being told they are too stupid to understand the country’s complex problems, too rooted in the past to find solutions, too selfish to share what they have worked for with everyone else who wants it.

They are not reaching for guns or for pitchforks. They are holding their anger within, waiting for their time, watching those in power over-reach and over-indulge.

Their wound is deep, and it will not be salved by more presidential speeches, Congressional hand-outs, or promises of wonderful things to come. They no longer believe any of that. Their quiet rage abides, waiting till it can be expressed in that silent place behind the curtain where the ballot lists the names that they have now committed to an angry memory.

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Wed, 03-31-2010 - 12:37pm

Since you seem unwilling to let this thread die, and insist on responding to yourself regularly, allow me to make one point--one saw similar poll figures after the passage of civil rights legislation, Social Security legislation, Medicare and Medicaid legislation, after the law struck down Jim Crow.

Sorry hon, you won't get much sympathy from me.

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Wed, 03-31-2010 - 12:51pm

You helped put a Marxist/Muslim into the White House who is destroying america in order to rebuild it into a Communist state using the Cower/Piven and Alinsky methods.