Obama’s Dystopian Views

23 Dec

Obama’s dystopian views

Obama’s quixotic vision for America is not held by the majority. Centralized control of welfare to health care cannot be realized under the umbrella Obama wants to put in force. Legislations now in place that allows the Federal elites to invade your checkbook, home, workplace and any place USA can only lead to detrimental effects that move us towards totalitarianism. With three years nearly completed, the president has constrained much of the financial industry, placed new inhibitions on auto manufacturers, torn down health care barriers and erected larger ones, diminished the military, destroyed NASA, taken foreign policies to new lows and sundry other defects he has introduced to make America long for GWB or even Clinton. Four years can be an eternity when the unscrupulous  inflict  authorities, mandates, edicts and instabilities upon a population that has prospered by its empowered freedoms. Constitutional dementia has been the cornerstone of Obama think, projected by teleprompter rhetoric that mesmerizes some, but the rest see through his sophistic façade.  Energy programs that are not sustainable, cost billions to produce a few kilowatts of energy, display Obama’s lack of sophistication in the economics of science. Worse, his stance on energy production within the confines of the fifty states curry favors with environmental extremists who would like to see us back in caves. Much to the chagrin of those who hide Obama’s past student records, his present actions are indicative of a man whose fund of knowledge is slim at best. Moral decline has been accelerated during this leader’s toothless tenure. Strengthening family values is not for someone with an obsession for homosexual equality, whatever that means to him. Will America end up like the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, destroyed by fire from the heavens? This view may not be so outlandish when one considers our weak foreign policy that allows extremists to develop nuclear weapons.  On this Holiday weekend the President flees to his personal utopia leaving us behind to fend for the few crumbs his administration hasn’t taken. Obama’s dystopian views echo similar political thought that has reverberated through the centuries.  This weekend think about what you have, it may not be there much longer. Mark Davis, M.D. author of Demons of Democracy. platomd@gmail.com

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