Monday, April 9, 2012

2 for 1

2 for 1
Kevin Bryant

Obama’s D.C.

Washington D.C. The capital of our nation.

Obama’s D.C. The idea of using our nation’s capital to launch an all out Divide & Conquer mission on the people of the United States.

“People of Pennsylvania clinging to their guns and religion”. “The Cambridge Police acted stupidly”. “The rich need to pay their fair share”. “If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon”.

These are just a few examples of the statements Obama has made in an attempt to divide America either by race or by class. “One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all”. These words mean nothing to President Obama.

Nations have come and gone since shortly after the dawn of man. Almost every nation that didn’t survive died because it either spent itself into financial ruin or its population was divided among racial or class lines and they destroyed themselves. Does any of this sound familiar and similar to what is happening in America today? From Ancient Rome to the Soviet Union, empires have risen and fallen. Are we next? Obama seems to be doing everything within his powers to assist in our downfall.

Over 5 trillion in new debt. Deep defense cuts to pay for new programs. Healthcare reform that negates the very constitution this nation was founded on. An economic plan that calls for more taxes but no actual cost cutting. A new cry of blame the right, blame the rich, blame the banks, blame racial bigotry (blame the crackers - since I am one, I can say that), blame the kiosk & ATMs, blame George Bush. Blame anything and everything that will support and enhance the idea of divide and conquer.

Play Time Is Over

As much as I don’t like Mitt Romney, he is a better choice than Obama to be President of the United States.

Ron Paul, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, play time is over. You all had your shot and you all lost. It’s time to drop out.

Paul, Santorum and Gingrich each pledged to support the Republican nominee. It’s beyond obvious that the nominee is going to be Romney unless some scandal breaks in the 7.5 months or for some strange reason is life is cut short before the general election.

How is wasting money on failed primary campaigns that could be better used if put towards the general election “supporting” the nominee? As I said, play time is over, the game is finished…… it’s time for each of you to take your toys and go home.


bud s said...


barb p said...

I had really hoped Santorum would take the lead...but I am afraid that won't be the case! I am not thrilled with Romney...but he really is better, on most levels than what we have! He does have
business savvy...and I can hope for the best. I really basically want Obama out of our lives...