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The Implications of Fundamental Change


May 11, 2013
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By David Limbaugh
September 10, 2013

Do you ever get the idea that this nation is not only in decline but completely rudderless under the Obama administration? Well, it's not really rudderless; it only appears rudderless because Obama isn't pursuing the same goals as past presidents.

Let's first concede that Obama expressly admitted his goal of fundamentally changing the nation -- an alarming thought to most patriots. Let's also acknowledge that Obama's perception of pre-Obama America is largely negative. He has made that abundantly clear during the past five years, with his incessant harping on the state of the African-American community, his articulation of class warfare themes, his virtually overt war on our domestic energy industries and his harsh criticism of American health care, the insurance industry, the "wealthy" and various other targets.

By pitting Americans against each other, he produces both the distraction and the fuel to facilitate his goal of fundamental change.

Neither he nor his like-minded leftist colleagues look to America's founding with pride. They regard America's international record as unacceptably imperialistic, and they still believe we are on the wrong side of history on civil rights and other issues.


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I have read on these boards that Obama is really a centrist, if Obama is a centrist it's no wonder the TEA Party is now considered extreme right and listed as a terrorist group.
By David Limbaugh
September 10, 2013

Do you ever get the idea that this nation is not only in decline but completely rudderless under the Obama administration?

I stopped reading here.
Obama's Change: Nightmare in America

by snipe Posted January 09, 2012

What more is there to say?

This was what Obama said yesterday (Jan 6, 2012):

“Altogether more private sector jobs were created in 2011 than any year since 2005,” Mr. Obama said during a visit to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Friday. “There are a lot of people that are still hurting out there. After losing more than 8 million jobs in the recession, obviously we have a lot more work to do. But it is important for the American people to recognize that we’ve now added 3.2 million new private sector jobs over the last 22 months — nearly 2 million jobs last year alone.”

The problem is this man is a liar from the bottom of the pit of hell.

You want to see the hell that unemployment hell Obama has given us in a single graph?

No, no, you stupid liberal: that’s not a rocket ship blasting up into space; that’s your messiah’s average duration of unemployment that is blasting straight up into the stratosphere.

The average duration of unemployment when Bush left office was 19.8 weeks. That’s how long it took the average person who lost a job to find another one. Now it is 40.8 weeks. If you’re REALLY lucky.

Obama's Change: Nightmare in America - Page 6


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So 5 years after the election thousands of Americans are still filling for unemployment, where millions have given up hope of full time employment and in many cases any employment at all.
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