Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Who would Ever Imagine This!?

A radio interview with
Law Professor,
Barack Hussein Obama,
in 2001
video

People who
own businesses and
create real jobs
don't vote for this type of thinking.

To gain power with this mindset,
one requires many votes from those who

                                         Don't have,
                                         Don't create and
                                         Don't contribute.


To assure that enough of these voters are available, you sue Sovereign States to prevent them from protecting their own borders from invasion from... 

likely voters 

for policies that allow free access to  
Other People's Money.



Bring your earnings Here, at Once !
      arack                              ussein          bama


Barack Hussein Obama complains that the Warren Court didn't interpret the Constitution in a such a way as to justify taking money from those that earn it to give it to those that don't. This wouldn't be so much an "interpretation" as it would be a "rewriting" of the Constitution, in as much as the primary author of the document was deliberate and emphatic about what that document delineates.  Obama's views are diametrically opposed to the precepts put forth by the Framers of the Constitution. 

To get anything else from that document is not "interpretation". It's called "hijacking". If for no other reasons of birthplace, Birth Certificate, citizenship in foreign countries, travelling where Americans were fobidden to travel, sealed records of all kinds, adopted by foreign national, thereby losing any potential American citizenship - aside from all of those possibilities - this position of denying the right to keep what you earn, alone, defines this man as 
Not-American.

As if he were present to hear Barack Hussein Obama chastise Joe The Plumber's success, seemingly in direct response, the primary author of the Constitution took this view:

“To take from one, because it is thought his own industry and that of his fathers has acquired too much, in order to spare to others, who, or whose fathers, have not exercised equal industry and skill, is to violate arbitrarily the first principle of association, the guarantee to everyone the free exercise of his industry and the fruits acquired by it.” 
Thomas Jefferson, April 6, 1816


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