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Will Romney Stop Obama from Destroying American Society?

Last week we made the case that President Barack Obama’s economic policies were fundamentally remaking American society – and not for the better.

Our assessment was further reinforced by Obama’s comments in a speech in Virginia that, “If you’ve been successful, you didn’t get there on your own,” and that, “If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that… Somebody else made that happen.”

This Marxist socioeconomic rhetoric was probably last heard in America when Eugene V. Debbs, the Socialist Party's candidate in 1920, was running for President from his prison cell.

As National Review’s Rich Lowry pointed out, “The Obama riff is a direct steal from Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic Senate candidate in Massachusetts who sent liberal hearts aflutter by throwing the same wet towel on the notion of individual success a few months ago. The Obama/Warren view is a warrant for socialization of the proceeds of success. Behind its faux sophistication is a faculty-lounge disdain for business, and all those who make more than tenured professors by excelling at it. Behind its smiley we’re-all-in-it-together façade is a frank demand: You owe us.”

And “you owe us” seems to be the new slogan of the Obama campaign, as Obama has doubled down on an anti-business, anti-success “fair share” message that is reminiscent of something from one of the more depressing chapters of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.

Mitt RomneyTaken beside the outrageous attack on Romney as a possible felon -- based on questions about the exact date of his departure from Bain Capital to head-up the Olympics -- what Obama is really communicating is that he believes success is only achieved through nefarious means, and that by definition, if you are wealthy you must be a crook.

The good news for future generations of Americans is that the “you owe us” message doesn’t seem to be working. Obama’s lead in Virginia promptly disappeared after he made the infamous “you didn’t build that” comment and the CBS/New York Times poll put Mitt Romney ahead by one point nationally as well.

The problem is that, while the Romney campaign did show some signs of life in response to Obama’s comments, we aren’t sure Governor Romney is prepared to capitalize on the opening by drawing the stark contrast necessary to get the message across that Obama’s comment is nothing short of an announcement of how he plans to destroy American society by doing away with the economic benefits of “the pursuit of happiness.”

Few have taken better advantage of the opportunities America offers than have Governor Romney and his family. Governor Romney has been running as the “biography candidate” for the past five years. 

If Governor Romney really wants to make the most of the opening Obama’s “you didn’t build that” remark provided him to counter the “you owe us” campaign Obama is running, he must do so by passionately embracing a message of freedom and American exceptionalism and showing some real emotion about the boundless opportunity America offers.

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He Can Not Show It By Acting, He Must Have America In His Heart!

I am voting for Romney, because he may not come after someone and kill them like Obama will, although I don't trust any Government with the NDAA in effect! Maybe we can buy time with Romney, but I know he is  under the thumb of Bilderberg and won't be a real president!

On top of that, this is the most troubling issue:

 

 

 

I believe that certain interests are manipulating people to align themselves with coherence of gun controls and that these interests have the ability to commit false flag Psyops to scare the people into submission! Believe me you will not be in favor of Gun control should you or members of your family ever become a victim of a government genocide! No one, will be able to help at that point in time! You must speak up now to keep ypur Second Amendment! The UN Gun Treaty Grab arrives in rwo weeks!

 

Re: Gun Control: A Fatal Mistake

 

Bradlee Dean

Infowars.com

July 20, 2012

 

As we know, Eric Holder’s “Fast and Furious” scheme has sparked outrage among the American people. The DOJ’s “Fast and Furious” operation placed guns into the hands of drug smugglers who have committed crimes through entrapment, which was directly responsible for the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Holder’s ultimate goal was to circumvent his own criminal activity by blaming gun stores in America for selling the very guns that the ATF put in the hands of smugglers. Of course, his plans were botched before he could blame the American people.

Today, news broke that the ATF Director Todd Jones recently warned employees that they will face “consequences” if they don’t “respect the chain of command,” in what Republican lawmakers are decrying as an “ominous message” meant to shut up potential whistleblowers in the wake of the “Operation Fast and Furious” scandal.

In the video above, released July 9, the acting director says, “… if you don’t find the appropriate way to raise your concerns to your leadership, there will be consequences. …”

Where America stands

Article 2 of the American Bill of Rights states:

“A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed (encroached upon)” (emphasis added).

Founding Father and first president of the United States, George Washington, said that the right to bear arms is the “peoples’ liberty’s teeth.”

The third president of the U.S., Thomas Jefferson said, “No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.”

And in The Federalist No. 46, James Madison, known as the Father of the Constitution and fourth president of the U.S., stated that the Constitution preserves “the advantage of being armed which Americans posses over the people of almost every other nation … (where) the governments are afraid to trust the people with arms.”

Benjamin Franklin brings forth the affirmation as well when he said, “Never trust a government that doesn’t trust its own citizens with guns.”

This video below explains how 56 million people have been exterminated in the 20th century through the guise of gun control:

 See the Video Clips: http://www.infowars.com/gun-control-a-fatal-mistake/

Answer

No!

Romney or O

Problem is that we Republicans have let the weasel into the hen house. Mitt Romney despises American Values and you and me as much as does Barak Obama.


Both believe in totalitarian rule, with them in absolute command.


Electing Romney will do every bit as much damage to America as will re-electing Obama. Neither man shares our values or our interests. Both are looking at the the imense spoils for them and their friends from their conquest of America.


How could we be so stupid?