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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Introduction To American Socialism

We are a sovereign Christian nation with a superb Constitution.

Years ago, an orator reverently placed the Holy Bible on the lectern, saying, "This is for those who believe in God." Then he just as reverently placed on the lectern a copy of the Constitution, saying, "This is for those who respect the law." And then he pulled out a dagger and thrust it into the lectern, hissing, "And this is for the rest!"

Crooked legislators who accepted campaign donations from monster financial institutions they pressured into providing sub-prime loans to prospective voters then distracted the electorate by using the Internal Revenue Service of the Executive Branch to punish American International Group executives by using the Judicial Branch's authority to indict, prosecute and convict 73 United States citizens. So much for separation of powers. And justice.

A World Net Daily article posted on 27 November 2008 reported on a 2001 WBEZ FM radio station interview with Illinois state legislator Barack Hussein Obama. In the interview, Mr Obama said the United States has suffered from a fundamentally flawed Constitution that does not mandate or allow for redistribution of wealth. He said a "redistributive change" is needed, and cited a failure of the Warren court to "break free from the essential constraints" in the United States Constitution and launch a major distribution of wealth. He said the Supreme Court never ventured into the basic issues such as political and economic justice in society. He spoke of the Constitution as a "charter of negative liberties. [sic] Says what the states can't do to you. [sic] Says what the federal government can't do to you, but doesn't say what the federal government or state government must do on your behalf." He mentioned the "tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalition of powers through which you bring about redistributive change."

Fellow Americans, how do you like totalitarian communism so far?

Francis Baker
POMIL Research Analyst


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