Friday, January 29, 2010

The Progressivevik Fascism

Chairman Obama is turning into a full fledged fascist.

I'm not taking it back. I'm not going to apologize. I don't care what the dorks at Media Matters or think or ramble.

Barack Obama is attempting to turn himself into the first American dictator.

Let's look at some of the things Chairman Obama has said and done in his speech at the State of The Union address. (I'm getting the two mixed up since they're so similiar these days.)

The first incident occurred with this line: "Now, yesterday the Senate blocked a bill that would have created this commission. So I'll issue an executive order that will allow us to move foward..."[Baron Von Government was referring to the bipartisan fiscal commission] Really ? Is this how he's going to handle things ? I don't care how good or how important any program is, this just reeks of fascism. He doesn't like something Imperial Senate does, so he'll just go around them in the most unconstitutional manner. Is this the "Change" we want ? Do we want just one person making decisions for 300 million people ? Well, not for me. I look terrible in brown.

Sure Glenn Beck was all over this, but where were the rest of the media ? We just had a sitting President openly defy the Constitution and no one cared. I'm all for any attempt to rein in the monstrous spending by a bloated Uncle Sugar, but I'm not willing to set the Constitution on fire to acheive it. What if Chairman Obama rolls out of bed one morning and decides "You know what ? I'm really sick of all the criticism I receive. I'm going to issue an executive order to shut that lunatic Absolutely Nobama up and bring back the Fairness Doctrine" ?

Obama told Congress to stick it where the sun doesn't shine and the Progressiveviks all cheered. They cheered like the way the Reichstag cheered when a funny little guy with an even funnier mustache declared that ethnic Germans were being persecuted in the Sudetenland and the Reich must do something about it. Like the Reichstag all those years ago, Congress knew it was wrong but they just didn't care. Where was Joe Wilson then ? Why hasn't John Boehner or Mitch McConnell come out and scream bloody murder about this ?

The worst momment came when the Dear Leader said this: "With all due deference to seperation of powers, last week the Supreme Court reversed a century of law that I believe will open the floodgates for special interests--including foreign corporations--to spend without limit in our elections." Nevermind the fact this isn't true and the Court did no such thing, (It's still illegal for foreign buisnesses to make campaign donations.) we just witnessed a sitting President call out the Supreme Court for upholding the right to Free Speech. What madness is this ?No, the Supreme Court isn't perfect, and yes, they have made mistakes from time to time, but the Supreme Court is the backbone of our Republic. Their sole purpose is to make sure America is still America and that job is damn near impossible as is. Do we really need the President calling them out with a bunch of Progressiveviks hooting and hollering like they're on their way to a book burning ? Even Sonia Sotomayor looked disgusted by this. There's been a smattering of complaints about this little temper tantrum by the Progressiveviks, mostly on FOX, but why wasn't this on every newspaper headline ? Obama created the illusion that even the Court answers to him. It doesn't get any more dangerous than this for our beloved Republic.

All the Tea Parties and Scott Browngasims in the world aren't going to mean a thing if we let this kind of Progressivevik behavior go unchallenged. Those of us in the loyal opposition have to keep the momentum on our side because our very existence as the greatest nation on God's green (and not to mention cooling) earth depends on it.

I can see you're unconvinced. Check out this little ad the Progressiveviks from put out in USA Today that read: "Message from Massachusetts: Democrats: Fight. Don't Fold."

Who do they want to fight ? The American people ?

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