I Am Barack Obama’s Worst Nightmare

American Thinker

I  am a thinking, educated, intelligent, independent voter.

I  am fanatical in my support for the Constitution and the Declaration of  Independence.

I  believe that there is only one phrase that might be slightly more important than  “We the People of the United States …”.  That phrase would be “In the  Beginning the Lord said ‘Let there be light’…”

But  the most significant thing that makes Barack Obama view me as his worst  nightmare is simply this:  I tell the truth about him.  I don’t need  to lie.  I don’t need to “create” a narrative.  What he has done all  by himself is so appalling that any need for embellishment is  stillborn.

The  MSM and Kool-Aid addicted left-wing pundits have praised Obama for his  leadership.

I  haven’t seen any evidence of leadership.  I have seen coercion.  I  have seen bribery.  I have seen “bait-and-switch” policy  pronouncements.  But I have not seen leadership.

Leadership  is convincing people who would not normally agree with your policies, strategies, tactics or even goals that you are right, and  that the policies, strategies and tactics that you are proposing to use are  effective and cost efficient.  Doing that will persuade opponents that you  might, just might have a shot at pulling off whatever it is that you are  planning.  Saying “I won” is not leadership.  Bribing Senators to vote  for your health care plan is not leadership.  Speaking over 50 times to the  nation about your healthcare plan and still not achieving the support of a  majority of its citizens certainly does not indicate  leadership.

Obama  operates according to Chicago rules.  Oppose him and he’ll turn Eric Holder  loose on you.  He might have Ken Salazar put a boot on your neck.   Kathleen Sebelius might not give you a waiver that has been afforded your  competitors.  Janet Napolitano might raid your place of business and demand  proof that not one employee is here illegally (although she wasn’t going to  deport them anyway).  Perhaps he’d threaten to have one of Lisa Jackson’s  minions at the EPA crucify you.  He might force you to sit through a Joe  Biden speech.  (OK, maybe even Obama wouldn’t go quite that  far.)

Leadership  is Jack Kennedy saying “We will send a man to the moon by the end of the decade”  and convincing a sizable majority of the voters to support the idea  enthusiastically.  The most vivid contrast between Jack Kennedy’s moon  challenge and anything coming out of the White House recently is the fact that  Kennedy’s statement did not end with these two words out of his mouth: “or  else”.

Barack Obama’s leadership is apparently patterned  after an earlier Progressive  president.

A  president who jailed those who opposed his  ideas.

A  president that formed committees of ordinary citizens to spy and inform on their  neighbors.

A  president who didn’t merely deny women contraception, but their right to vote in  his own war on women.

A  president who was also a college professor.

A  president who also saw himself as a world shaking  figure.

Woodrow  Wilson.

Sleep  well, Mr. President.  You’ll see me in your dreams.

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6 responses to “I Am Barack Obama’s Worst Nightmare

  1. S. Elliot Rodax

    All freedom loving Americans are Barack Obama’s Worst Nightmare.

  2. That is why he hates us so much. We refuse to bow to him and get very upset at the very thought of it!

  3. Oh, I have a bow for him alright!

  4. Fruitbasket anyone?

  5. d1969, you are right…100% right.

    When I was blogging on Yahoo Buzz several years ago, I ran into my first experience with Liberals.
    At first, I thought, “well, maybe they just don’t understand”…so I would take the time to explain things to them.
    …again, and again, and AGAIN!
    I became very frustrated, so I decided I would ask in the Google Engine:
    This is what I got back.
    Yes, they are mentally ill:

    http://www.wnd.com/2008/11/56494/

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