Video Describes President Obama’s Plan to Make America Fail

I was perusing through some political You Tube videos when I came across one titled, If I wanted America to fail from a group called Free Market America.  The mission of Free Market America is to defend America’s economic freedom especially when it comes to environmental extremism.  They also promote a smaller federal government and fewer taxes.

As I listened to what the narrator had to say, I couldn’t help but see everything he was describing as taking place at this very moment.  He didn’t name names or point fingers at any one person, group or political party, but it sounded so much like President Obama and his policies that I felt I had to share it with you.

They accurately describe today’s energy situation, education brainwashing in public schools, global warming hoax, made up environmental crisis, and the demonizing of our free market system.  It talks about overwhelming bureaucracy that hinders small business and individual success.  The carbon credit scheme is put in perspective.

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I believe that this video did a good job of summing up many of the blogs on that have been posted on Godfather Politics by our many contributors.  It touched on so many different topics yet melded them all into one general theme and that is the willful destruction of America and the American way of life.

If you don’t care, then follow the instructions at the very end of the video that said not to change a single thing.  However, if this video touched you at all, if you have any concern for our nation’s future and if you are afraid of the legacy that will be left for your children and grandchildren, then I strongly urge you to get off your butt and do something about it.  Find out whose running for the various offices in your area and states.  Ask them questions about the economy, energy, free market, carbon trading and then get behind and support those that want to make the changes and fight against those that want the status quo.

On America’s first centennial celebration in 1876, then Rep James A Garfield (later to become the 20th President of the United States) gave a speech commemorating the historical event.  In that speech Garfield said,

“Now, more than ever before, the people are responsible for the character of their Congress.  If that body be ignorant, reckless, and corrupt, it is because the people tolerate ignorance, recklessness, and corruption.  If it be intelligent, brave, and pure, it is because the people demand these high qualities to represent them in the national legislature… If the next centennial does not find us a great nation…it will be because those who represent the enterprise, the culture, and the morality of the nation do not aid in controlling the political forces.”

Sadly, the later, rather than the former is true concerning Garfield’s comment.  American’s have no one else to blame than themselves for the state of the nation.  We the people need to unite and vote for the men and women who value America and the American way of life.  And we need to unite and kick the flaming liberals like Obama, Reid and Pelosi out on their butts and tell them they are no longer going to make America fail.

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