October 30, 2013
President Obama told us he would fundamentally change America. It may be the only time he was completely honest with Americans. It really saddens me to type that last sentence; it saddens me that our President has taken the steps to fundamentally change America.
Are you aware that there are more people receiving government benefits than work full time? Where is it written in our Constitution that government has to provide to those who don't provide for themselves?
When the Administration is admonished for "spying" on our allies, he denies he knew anything about it, but others say he did.
Daniel Henninger is right when he writes that Obama's credibility is melting. But then again, when was the last time President Obama was totally honest with Americans? Back in October, 2008 when he told us he would fundamentally change America.
He has a spokesman that blames private companies when they are forced to end policies to individuals because they do not have government-mandated coverage. Where in our Constitution does it mandate that individuals have to have health insurance? I can't find it, can you? The Administration says "it is the law", there is nothing to negotiate about the law (until after I get what I want), and when it doesn't work, after a 3 years and a half billion dollars, we get a "You deserve better" from the person responsible for the failure.
Kathleen Sebelius, we do deserve better, and we will not give up until we have better. America never needed fundamental change and we certainly do not want it. We will take our country back from the fundamental changes you are making, and America will once again be the land of the free and the home of the brave. Walter E. Williams is right, on the bright side; the moral reawaking has already begun.
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