LGBT Month has not shone kindly upon America’s First Gay President, Barack Hussein Obama. His Campaign’s Budget for Re-Election is emulating his overall governing style of the federal budget. The Obama Campaign will fall short of its anticipated goal of $1 Billion in fundraising. While President Obama has $110 million on hand, his campaign is spending $5.5 million dollars a month more than they raise. That’s OK because the Boss set the example, through continuing resolutions, by spending $1.2 trillion more than the Treasury collects in tax and fee revenues. However, the Campaign seems a sugar and spice distraction from the disconcerting happenings of the world around him. Italy, Spain and Greece have raised a mighty finger towards the Utopian wealth distribution dreams of the President. As such, Americans have watched their 401-K statements become drenched in the red ink of stock market losses. The Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has announced that the economy requires more printing of dollars in order to ease the fall of a weak recovery. The Fed Chairman made this decision based on the Bureau of Labor’sannouncement on the relative strength of Vice-President Joe Biden’s “Summer of Recovery“. Scott Walker won in Wisconsin and the SEIU lost in the Supreme Court. Speaking of the SCOTUS, we are moments away from observing whether Obama must schedule an Immigration Apology Tour for Alabama and Arizona. We are moments away from receiving SCOTUS’ ruling on Obama’s Signature Piece of Legislation: Obama Care. Beyond all of this, the Blues Brothers–Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder–have decided to double down on reckless by enacting executive privilege on documents requested by Congress in its investigation of a gun smuggling and money laundering project executed by the United States Department of Justice. We are literally moments away from a determination as to whether Obama’s Term as President can best be described as “The Waste, Fraud and Abuse Act of 2008″.
Today, the forces that push for gun control seem to be heavily (though not exclusively) allied with political factions that are committed to dramatic increases in taxation on the middle class. While it would be hyperbole to compare higher taxes on the middle class to the suffering and deprivation of sharecropping or slavery, the analogy of disarming those whom you wish to economically disadvantage, has a certain worrisome validity to it.
Clayton E. Cramer , The Racist Roots of Gun Control, 1993
While it would be very easy to draw from the living waters of failure and write of any of the subjects above, I believe that a major issue screams out: THE PROGRESSIVES WAR on theSECOND AMENDMENT. Before I approach the risks of losing the Second Amendment because of the molested affections of progressive drones, I must interject my strongest disdain for those willing to trade their Godly inheritance for a supper. It should be our greatest fear to elect or appoint to any office an individual that subscribes to the philosophies and talking points of the Progressive Movement. Since the beginnings of this country, there have been those that have pursued death rather than life, oppression rather than liberty and the misery of fairness rather than the pursuit of happiness. They have cloaked themselves in the lamb’s wool of noble, good intentions towards the needy, the disenfranchised and the conditionally disadvantaged. However, they wrestle with a wolf’s fur of patient, unceasing desire that allows them to adjust their passions while convincing the weakest among us to exchange their unalienable, Creator endowed rights for the economic assurances of man deigned liberties. Cramer writes,” Today, the same elitist rhetoric regards law-abiding Americans in the same way, as child-like creatures in need of guidance from the government. In the last century, while never openly admitted, one of the goals of disarming blacks was to make them more willing to accept various forms of economic oppression, including the sharecropping system, in which free blacks were reduced to an economic state not dramatically superior to the conditions of slavery.” The Progressives have had as their utter ambition an undeveloped underclass that willfully accepts monetary support from the State in lieu of any real legislative, executive or judicial influence or pursuit of political right through the protections of the US Constitution.