Obama’s inherent weakness: himself

13 Feb

Obama’s inherent weakness: himself

 

Obama has confused reality with surrealism in a recent presentation to students of a community college. He presented his usual stump speech denoting how the wealthy do not pay their fair share of taxes, yet he was oblivious to the obvious. The very college he was speaking in was not a gift from the state or from the indolent, but a result of the working public and those who have accrued wealth, which paved the road for such institutions to exist. The student loans, scholarships and government freebies benefitting these students emanated from a private sector workforce that sees the value of an educated society. Denigrating the wealthy by stating they do not pay enough to a government with an insatiable thirst for their funds knocks the very reason everyone in the audience was present, to eventually obtain work and the monetary rewards intrinsic that work. Capitalism in Obama’s mind is only a myth submerged somewhere in an expansive ego that has clouded his thoughts for the last three years. Capitalism generates wealth. Government generates hate, distrust and diverseness. Obama uses the latter tools to foment discontent amongst his flock hoping they will enter the fugue state he has been in since his inauguration. Obama is a victim of himself. Unable to meet the grade on his own, he was pushed forward by a society full of guilt. Unfortunately those driving this man to greatness never realized the deficiencies in the man himself. In Obama’s world merit, hard work and achievement negate his message of dependency which he has instilled in tens of millions. His goal to maintain power at any cost comes with a great price to  America, its very existence. Demagoguery worked to his advantage in the past. This time around it could cause his downfall. Mark Davis MD, author of Demons of Democracy and President of Healthnets Review Services, advisor to the media, government, industry and legal profession on health and related issues.

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