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Emily Miller | A Community Organizer’s Vision of America

Written on:April 8, 2012
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Emily Miller | A Community Organizer’s Vision of America


President Obama has quite a magician’s skill for illusion. He launched a scathing attack on the House Republican budget crafted by Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, saying it would lead to violent crime, starving children, plane crashes, killing grandparents and cancer. All of this is to distract the public from his own plan for America in a second term, which not even a single House Democrat voted for.

To avoid the same embarrassing fate in the Senate, Majority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat, refuses to bring the budget up, despite the Senate Parliamentarian’s finding last week that the law requires it. The White House agenda lays out an alternative future for America that has never looked so bleak.

Mr. Obama has never worked at a job where the goal was to make a profit. Community organizations and government institutions drain resources earned by others. So it’s no surprise that he’s not concerned with inking the nation’s ledgers in black. The public debt was $10.6 trillion last Inauguration Day. If re-elected, Mr. Obama and his proposal would double that figure to $20 trillion by term’s end. That’s quite a legacy.

Mr. Obama got rich from a best-selling book that mirrored his campaign’s political goals. Thus, he views the success of others not as hard work, but as the same luck he enjoyed. He thinks he’s entitled to $1.9 trillion tax hikes that he can spread around as he sees fit. He’ll use the cash to fund ever-bigger government that will spend $45.4 trillion over the next 10 years.

 

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Article source: http://conservatives4palin.com/2012/04/emily-miller-a-community-organizers-vision-of-america.html

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