Obama Bashes Opponents In Meat-chicken Speech

In a recent speech given by president Obama at the U of Michigan, Obama didn’t encourage the next leaders of our nation, economy etc to become the great thinkers and doers of tomorrow, but he bashed opponents who disagree with his idea of large government becoming the answer to all of our problems: “But what troubles me is when I hear people say that all of government is inherently bad,” said Obama, who received an honorary doctor of laws degree. “When our government is spoken of as some menacing, threatening foreign entity, it ignores the fact that in our democracy, government is us.”

Where do I start? First off let me address the idea that someone is saying all government is bad. No one is saying that, except the anarchists who are CRAZY. If there is too little government, things WILL fall apart. That is what led to the Constitution. The Articles of Confederation were so weak that the states were doing whatever they wanted and acting like their own countries. The Constitution was made so that the federal government was just strong enough to bond the states together and that’s it. Too much government leads to tyranny. The founders put us closer to anarchy, but far enough away that we’d stick together.

Secondly, our founders DID speak of government as a NECESSARY evil. George Washington said “Government is not reason; it is not eloquence; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” They saw that we needed a government, but wanted to seriously constrain it so that our own would never enslave us as the British did. That is why a strict interpretation of the Constitution is the only true interpretation. Activist judges have lead us down the road to totalitarianism, we are almost there. The IRS has been given new powers to enforce the health care mandate, the IRS is seeking out individuals with ‘combat experience’ as well as ordering new shotguns. Why does a tax collection agency need new shotguns and 16,000+ agents, some with combat experience? But I digress.

Lastly, nitpicking a bit, we are not a democracy but a republic. Our president can now, not only be titled ‘The Worst President of Our Lifetime and Beyond’, but historically stupid as well. Bravo Mr. President, or should I say (in honor of the bashing of the ‘irresponsible’ actions of Arizona) Senor El Presidente.

9 Responses to Obama Bashes Opponents In Meat-chicken Speech

  1. Zero says:

    Your link has absolutely nothing to do with activist judges or totalitarianism. It’s shining light on a corrupt police force. The two have nothing to do with each other and I agree that those involved should have been prosecuted.

    How do you know that not more than half read the bill? You don’t. How do you know that so few haven’t read the bill? You don’t. You’re making assumptions. Considering the number of lies I’ve seen thrown around about it, I wouldn’t be surprised if people who said they haven’t read the bill, actually did and are just lying about it.

    What is wrong with someone aligned with the organization of “La Raza”, would you have a problem if he appointed someone affiliated with the NAACP? Do some research, then attempt to explain what is wrong with an organization that fights for the civil rights and liberties of Hispanic Americans in the same fashion of how the NAACP protects African Americans.

    As for Obama’s connection to ACORN:
    He was never an ACORN community organizer. He was never hired by them as any type of employee. ACORN was not a part of Project Vote.

    In his capacity as an attorney, Obama represented ACORN in a successful lawsuit alongside the U.S. Department of Justice against the state of Illinois to force state compliance with a federal voting access law. This is probably what he was referring to in the tapes you refer to.


    • I didn’t say that more than half haven’t read the bill. I said “Many is not all. Many is not even more than half. Everyone that voted for this monstrosity should have to have read the bill. Obviously they didn’t, for paraphrasing Nancy Pelosi ‘we have to pass the bill so you can find out what’s in it.’ Brilliant Princess Nancy! Let’s pass something so we can find out what goodies and treats are contained therein. ” That was a response to your claim that ‘many have read the bill.’ In fact everyone might have read a portion of the bill, but I can almost guarantee that most everyone has not read the bill in it’s entirety.

      What is wrong with someone aligned with La Raza? Here’s a link (broken because I can’t get WP to link correctly) that speaks of the origin of the term: http://www.allamericanblogger.com/2767/the-racist-origin-of-la-raza/

      Now, about the actual ORG. La Raza: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/Articles/The%20Truth%20About%20La%20Raza.html

      • Zero says:

        Propaganda! Oh goody!

        Please do some research before believing every bit of FUD you find. The word “Raza” has multiple meanings, just like various words in English, in this case “La Raza” means “The People” or “The Community”. In addition they have no connection whatsoever to the Reconquista movement, Similarly, NCLR’s critics falsely claim that the statement “Por La Raza todo, Fuera de La Raza nada,” [“For the community everything, outside the community nothing”] is the motto of this organization. Well they reject it, and it has never been their motto at all.

        They are a civil rights organization for Hispanic Americans in much the same way that the NAACP is a civil rights organization for African Americans.

        You can disagree with their arguments, but unless you can honestly tell me that you would react the same way to someone associated with the NAACP or one of the various other civil rights organizations for a specific group of people, then you can hardly have any reason to have a problem with “La Raza”. Disagree with their opinions, their arguments, but don’t disregard an entire organization based on lies and FUD.

      • They may reject the phrase, but the ideology is fitting with there goals. Former MeCHA member Antonio Villaraigosa was endorsed by La Raza as mayor of LA. The Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante who delivered the keynote speech at the 2002 La Raza Annual Convention is a former member of MeCHA. La Raza funded MeCHA as late as 2003.

        They use the mask of civil rights to push for open borders and amnesty for illegals already here. Illegal immigrants are not entitled to any rights given to American citizens because they are not American citizens. Civil rights are for Americans. They are entitled to be treated humanely, but they have no right to be here or to have a job, license, funding from the government etc. While they may do good things for poor, LEGAL immigrants, they are also pushing an agenda that is detrimental to US sovereignty and security.

        I do have a problem with NAACP. I have a problem with the Black Caucus. I have a problem with BET. Do you mean to tell me that the left would not be screaming their heads off if there was a National Association for the Advancement of White People, or a White Caucus, or White Entertainment Television? These front groups are just promoting racism through separation. Brown vs. Board of Education rightfully ruled that separate but equal was not equal. How then will colored peoples do the same thing and promote it as racial/identity pride? I contend if there was an Ivory magazine or a White Panther movement there would be heck to pay. (Rightfully so) Yet minorities do it without outcry, what happened to equal justice under the law? If you want equality, you have to promote it rather than absurd notions such as ‘the race’ or more justice for some.

  2. Zero says:

    Howdy friend.

    There’s good and bad here. I agree with the entirety of the speaking of the founders and their reasoning. I disagree with “Activist judges have lead us down the road to totalitarianism” but then again, we shall never agree in that and thus it is pointless to discuss.

    However, please fact check those 16,000+ agents and their shotguns. http://crooksandliars.com/david-neiwert/gingrich-and-nonexistent-16000-new-i It appears there’s a lot to be misinterpreted in that number. In addition, the only IRS agents licensed to carry guns are the “special agents” who are in fact sworn law enforcement officers who work on criminal cases.

    In fact the bill signed into law specifically waives any criminal penalties for individuals who refuse to obtain coverage and also refuse to pay the tax. It says (on page 131): “In the case of any failure by a taxpayer to timely pay any penalty imposed by this section, such taxpayer shall not be subject to any criminal prosecution or penalty with respect to such failure.” There’s no teeth on the tax. Thus please stop spouting these incorrect statements about thousands of armed IRS agents.

    Also, I’d love to see you explain how Obama is any worse than Bush was. But alas, that is for another time. =)

    • Greetings my misguided left leaning liberal compatriot.

      Au contraire, leftist judges have interpreted the Constitution as a ‘living document’ subject to changing whims and circumstances. This has led to the upholding of several unconstitutional gun laws and other laws that give government way more power than ever granted before. For example, everyone involved in the unlawful confiscation of guns in New Orleans post-Katrina should have been fired and possibly charged with crimes for violating the Constitution. Those same cops that took revolvers off of granny were nowhere to be found when looters were rioting in the streets. (See )

      How many times have existing laws been flouted by Obama and co. anyway? You think THEY know what’s in the bill? No one has read the &%^@ bill. (Pardon my Frenchie-frenchedness) How are you going to follow and heed the law when you don’t know what the heck the law requires.

      Lastly, in what way? Taxes, government intrusion, activist judges?

      • Zero says:

        Uhm. I’m a little confused by your response, which has very little to do with my comment. I spoke not of any gun laws, nor did I reference Katrina in anyway.

        I believe that there are many who know what’s in the bill and there are many who have read the bill. I even quoted a specific section of the bill when I showed you that there will be no criminal penalties. I recall a previous post where we went back and forth quoting passages from the bill. If you believe that I am wrong, feel free to give a source (as I did) and show me. Please also address my statement that the mythical 16,000+ IRS agents with guns is not factual at all.

        I actually cannot think of any existing law that has been flouted by Obama and his administration, perhaps you know something I do not and should tell the police so that he may be arrested?

        Feel free to pick a few you’d like to show that Obama is worse than Bush. However I’d like you to address my point about the IRS agents first, considering that is my main point and in line with your post.

      • First off, my response was to your disagreeing with activist judges taking us down the road to totalitarianism. The actions of the police in NO after Katrina is one example. Those involved should have been prosecuted.

        Many is not all. Many is not even more than half. Everyone that voted for this monstrosity should have to have read the bill. Obviously they didn’t, for paraphrasing Nancy Pelosi ‘we have to pass the bill so you can find out what’s in it.’ Brilliant Princess Nancy! Let’s pass something so we can find out what goodies and treats are contained therein.

        Now, about the armed IRS people. I will concede the point. It seems that you might have that angle covered. I apologize for any misleading claims and will further look into the subject when time is available.

        Perchance I might come up with a few, I’ll have to look into it. 😉

        Activist judges is one way Obama is worse than Bush, in picking someone aligned with the Hispanic group La Raza. In claiming he never was involved with ACORN, when the tapes show him speaking of how he worked with them. The list goes on, but at the moment time is not available for me to more thoroughly delve into the subject.

      • Zero says:

        Also, I believe this is quite a great day in that you have conceded a point to me and admitted you were wrong. 🙂 Please bring it up again if you find any evidence to the contrary. =P

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