Who Will You Trust In November? The Government Or The People?
As an eyewitness to young Obama's Marxist-Leninist ideology, I count myself among those who think it is our duty to report the truth about young Obama, especially if it helps us understand the persistent, contemporary …
We need only look at the history of those who have shaped Obama's ideology, beginning with domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn and a host of other socialists and communists. Ayers took part in the famous “Day of …
It’s doubtful that Obama will repeat his now infamous, "If you have a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen", because of the uproar that it caused.
He might not say it again, but it’s important for you to remember that that’s exactly how he sees things.
He was an active member of the New Party (Communist) just sixteen years ago and he didn’t quit it. It got shut down by the courts.
Obama’s links to the New Party were well known before his election but the MSM was so excited by the prospect of a bi-racial President that could effectively read from a teleprompter, that they swept the information under the proverbial rug.
The words, "If you have a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen", defines his administration, and the most important question you are being asked is;
Will you put your trust in the government or in the American people?
What Obama Chose To Do
When President Obama sought to address the recession that still plagues us, he turned to a nearly trillion-dollar stimulus as his answer, and it failed.
To his friends and campaign contributors, he directed billions of dollars that ended up in companies such as Solyndra. While Solyndra is not the only one of President Obama’s failed energy projects, it is certainly the most famous. Surveying his investment at the energy firm’s headquarters, President Obama said that companies like Solyndra would always be, "the true engine of economic growth". Of course, we now know just how wrong President Obama was. Solyndra is bankrupt, the American people are out $500 million, and 1,800 workers are out of a job.
President Obama took a similar approach to health care. Very few people hold doubts that America’s health-care system is in need of reform, but rather than empowering individuals and giving power to the states and local communities to develop their own solutions, President Obama centralized power. He passed a massive federal takeover. Within the thousands of pages of Obamacare, President Obama gave the IRS and federal bureaucrats power to enforce a top-down, one-size-fits-all reform program that we now know will cost nearly $2 trillion dollars while increasing premium costs for everyone and driving up the price of health care.
Even President Obama’s approach to the ongoing national economic downturn is characterized by a government-centered approach. When asked about stubborn unemployment and slowing economic growth, President Obama infamously proclaimed that the private sector was "doing fine". In his view, it was the government that was suffering. President Obama believes that if we are to recover from the recession, we need to raise taxes and increase government revenue. He thinks that the engine of economic growth is the federal government, and, in his view, we must feed the federal monster if we are to ever see prosperity again.
It’s little wonder, then, that President Obama looks out on those who have succeeded in building their businesses and sees people who owe the federal government.
In the president’s mind, government is key to success.
Thus, if you have succeeded, it must be because the government helped you.
And if that is true, then,
You owe the government.
You should pay more taxes.
You should give back, not to charity or people in need, but to the government.
Obama’s ideology is not a recipe for economic growth, and it is not the American way!
Fortunately, we are in an election year, and we have a very clear decision to make.
Obama Or Romney?
President Obama puts his faith in government, but it’s not to the government that Mitt Romney looks when he seeks leadership and prosperity.
Mitt Romney knows that it is our people that have made America great, and he knows that if we are to return to the prosperity we seek, then we must empower our people, not our federal bureaucracy.