Character Mr. Obama Isn’t Our Problem
The Northern Virginia pep rally today was a replay of Obama’s campaign in 2008. He rolled up his sleeves, danced around with his teleprompter and bored us once again with his usual theatrics. He said, “It’s a debate about the character of our country — This Healthcare Reform now is a debate about the character of our country.
Mr. Obama, we are the people our government was established of the people by the people and for the people. Our character is still in very honorable and intact, Obama what don’t you understand about the word “No?” This is about you “spreading the wealth” not about the character of our Nation.
Quoting Theodore Roosevelt, Obama said, “Aggressively fighting for the right is the noblest sport the world affords,” and he urged supporters to “make your voices heard so that they can hear you on the other side of the river.” Thou hast proved that “right” has nothing to do with your sport; your sport obama is hitting below the belt and hiding behind closed doors.
Here’s another quote from Theodore Roosevelt. Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people.
Does it ring a bell or have you passed too far down the road of no return, Mr. Obama. Do you need me to decipher this and clarify it more or do you understand that your reign in the White House has been one of no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. We said “No” to the healthcare reform – No, No, No.
May God Bless Our Nation