Selling America the Lie from 2008 by John Christian Ryter
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The Obama Campaign, from its inception, has been an artful fabricator of political fairy tales and feel good fables created by Obama's international handlers to make a Kenyan who claims citizenship in three countries appear to be the savior of the United States. Obama came from the closet of nowhere to become the Democratic standard-bearer because the barons of business and banking, and the merchant princes of the global marketplace, needed a man so lacking in moral character and so emotionally unattached to the United States that he would view himself not as an American but as a citizen of the world. Such a man who have no problem selling out this nation to the one-worlders who have been trying to create world government since 1920. And if you think this country is not for sale, just remember that Bill and Hillary Clinton tried hard to sell it—one bedroom at a time.
The Obama Campaign mastered the art of marketing "one-upmanship campaign promises" that Obama has no intention of keeping. The TV commercials sound like they were written by a used car or aluminum siding salesman offering the deal of the decade. Obama's used car salesman spots compare his promised $1,000 tax deduction to McCain's $350 deduction. And, where McCain fought to keep the Bush-43 tax cuts beyond 2010 (when the Obama economy will collapse if they are repealed), .Obama promised a tax cut for 95% of the population even though the Democrats have already written over $800 billion in new spending bills and a regurgitation of the failed Hillary Clinton Health Security Act that will nationalize 1/7th of the US economy. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid plan to spring this legislation—which is already written—on the taxpayers on the first day of the 111th Congress. The start-up costs to nationalize healthcare (a program that replicates the failed Canadian system) will be over a trillion dollars. Yet, in face of this new spending, Obama, with tongue-in-cheek, assured his campaign audiences that no one making less than $250,000 needs to worry about facing a tax increase. When Joe the Plumber Wurzelbacher asked Obama in a Holland, Ohio handshake-fest how Obama's tax plan would affect him if he bought a plumbing business doing from $250-$280 thousand per year. Obama said if he only made $250 thousand Wurzelbacher would see a tax increase. Samuel J. Wurzelbacher realized that Obama's number was a pie-in-the-sky amount he simply pulled out of thin air. In a media interview Wurzelbacher said: "What worries me is that he is deciding that 250 thousand is rich right now, but what's to stop him from changing his mind? As we know, politicians change their mind at the drop of a poll. Personally, I think it will have to go lower. How else will he pay for all he wants big government to do?" And, within a week of the encounter, Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden lowered it to $200 thousand—for a household—or $165 thousand for an individual. A few days later the Obama Campaign itself was using the number $150 thousand rather than $250 thousand. And you can bet the$150,000 was the "household" income with the individual level around $80 thousand—which now taxes the low "middle income" working stiff. After all, in the minds of the far left, we are the rich guys they refer to when they promise the voters they're going to soak the rich. Believe me, its not David Rockefeller that's going to get soaked—it's you and me.
When Obama speaks to minority audiences, he talks about the redistribution of wealth, using excerpts of the speech he test-drove to the NAACP to make his point. In that speech Obama said that winning the right to sit at the lunch counter was meaningless if they couldn't afford to buy lunch. Obama, who was trailing Hillary Clinton with black voters in May and June, began to promise his black audiences they would be the beneficiaries of Obama's largess for supporting him when Obama begins to redistribute the wealth of the nation. And, they believed him. A black woman, Peggy Joseph, commented to NBC Channel 6 News that, on Oct. 30, 2008 she pulled her children out of school to hear Obama speak. She told NBC that this was the most memorable time in her life, she said because "...I won't have to worry about putting gas in my car; I won't have to worry about paying my mortgage. You know, if I help them, they're going to help me."
I hope Peggy doesn't quit her day job—or let her bills get behind. Clearly, from her excitement, she's honestly expects the redistribution of wealth to begin on Jan. 20, 2009—with the money Peggy Joseph needs to pay her bills coming almost immediately—from my hip pocket and your's. For Peggy and other minorities to believe that, its clear Obama has assured them that if they vote to elect him, he will be their Robin Hood. Sen. Barack Hussein Obama has proved the age-old adage that "you can fool some of the people sometimes but you can't fool all of the people all of the time" is wrong. You can fool all of the people all the time if they are still believe in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the tooth fairy—or that someone else owes them a living because they earn more money.