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February 4, 2013

Societal Takeover In Our Future

Cindy A. Rose

I finally understand what President Barack Obama meant when he said he planned on “fundamentally transforming” the United States of America. Instead of a limited government with limited powers delegating the majority of authority to the states, he wants to transform the United States into the United Departments of Social Service (foreign and domestic).


We’ll have the Departments of: Equality in Pay; Equality in Housing; Gay Rights, Global Warming; Smart Growth; Oil Abolishment; Green Energy; Women’s Health & Reproductive Services; Longevity (whose function is to set reasonable life expectancy in a modern world); Food Distribution; Food Production; Manufacturing; Profession Allocation (where your job is assigned based on the Department of Education recommendations); Redistribution of Assets & Wealth (foreign and domestic).


The Department of Education will remain the same, after all, it was the first program successfully changed to the new social governance model.


The president’s vision of the government’s transformative role has been laid out in his last four years and more clearly in his Second Inaugural Address.


“Together we resolve that a great nation must care for the vulnerable and protect its people from life’s worst hazards and misfortune. Through it all, we have never relinquished our skepticism of central authority, nor have we succumbed to the fiction that all of society’s ills can be cured through government alone.”


Any one notice he said "a great nation?" As if our nation is not and won't be great until we correct the error of our selfish ways.


Don’t read “relinquish our skepticism” incorrectly. He’s imploring you to relinquish it for the betterment of a collective society, not being thankful you have not. He’s also re-instilling government’s role in curing society’s ills.


Let go and let Barack….


Phrases like: “… preserving our individual freedoms ultimately requires collective action:” “No single person can …” and “…we are made for this moment and we will seize it, so long as we seize it together,” point to his personal belief that we are a collective society, not individuals with individual wants, goals, beliefs, dreams and fears.


His speech is like every other speech made by a progressive in the last four years. Government is about social programming, social justice, equity, and commonality. Be it in prosperity or poverty makes no difference so long as we are all equal in the eyes of Barack.


My prediction is that the next four years are going to be spent on social causes. He’s helped foist them on our education system, and now he’s going to foist them on the states.


He’ll continue his work on dividing American’s so that he has an able bodied enforcement corps ready to “motivate” and “re-educate” the non-believers.


He’ll spend all his time on being the next Civil Rights icon. He has no interest in being President of the United States. He wants to be remembered as the man who made the oceans’ recede, the planet heal and everyone love everybody.


He’s already begun the process of delegating presidential responsibilities to the likes of John Kerry and Chuck Hagel. He will install more such people capable of running their departments without his input.


I think the recent Rolling Stone article by Jeff Goodell (Obama’s Climate Challenge) tells a lot of the tale of the direction his followers wanted and want him to go:


“Among all the tests President Obama faced in his first term, his biggest failure was climate change.”


What? Na, he… they… Huh?


I’m sorry? His biggest challenge wasn’t the economy? Jobs? The $16 trillion dollar deficit? Government spending? Defeating terrorism maybe?


No wonder I get so angry. I keep thinking the federal government’s main function is to protect its citizenry from foreign threats. Well, don’t I just feel silly.


The article went on to say:


“…Obama went silent on the most crucial issue of our time.”


Let this be an awakening to concerned citizens both Republican and Democrat. Barack Obama sees the federal government as the tool and funding source to install his vision of social justice in a green era.


“We understand that outworn programs are inadequate to the needs of our time. So we must harness new ideas and technology to remake our government, revamp our tax code, reform our schools, and empower our citizens with the skills they need to work hard or learn more, reach higher.”


Sounds pretty inspiring until you understand that the outworn programs he’s talking about aren’t Social Security and Medicaid. They are laws that bind big government and prevent him from “transformative change” with the stroke of a pen.


Harnessing new ideas and technology to “remake our government?” REMAKE our government? R-e-m-a-k-e our government? Remake our government! How much more paint is necessary for you to fully see his vision?


I’ll say this until someone forces me to stop: In the Obama Administration’s Blue Print for Education Reform is language that has the federal government choosing what your children will be offered to learn, what courses they can take and what profession they are suited for. They want control of your children from ages 4 through death.


President Obama and his minion are going to spend the next four years on angering the needy, scaring the elderly, shooting bull at the young, guilting the privileged, embarrassing the doubters, misguiding educators and vilifying anyone who stands between his vision and its fruition.


Get your head out of your nether region, put down your Kool-Aid, get over your disagreement with your neighbor. You need to understand that you are in a passive, prolonged coup d’état.


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