Monday, September 26, 2011

Amid failure, is Obama really succeeding?

By: David Limbaugh

When Obama promised "hope and change" as a candidate, I think he had in mind a new paradigm, one of restructuring America's economic system in his image rather than triggering economic growth, though he wanted the electorate to believe that growth was his focus…

It's more apparent every day that he was not talking about improving the economic misery index when he promised hope and change. To be properly interpreted, "hope and change" must be considered along with Obama's pledge to fundamentally change America, and his allusions to "spreading the wealth around." He had in mind changing the "social contract" between America and its people.

Obama may not be deliberately destroying the U.S. economy, but he is implementing policies that are allowing the central planners to pick the winners and losers and, in the process, smothering the private sector and wrecking our fiscal future.

Read more here …

[ When are we going to learn that government intervention in almost anything will almost always have unintended negative consequences? This happens so often that one wonders if Obama’s negative consequences are truly unintended or simply more of the Cloward-Piven strategy! And Obama’s bible, Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals”, is really all about causing negative consequences! – JS ]


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