The examination of Resident Obama’s bible, Rules for Radicals, has been done. I’m not going to rehash that cancer to liberty, that assault on freedom, that anti-American treatise. It has become clear, even to the casual observer, that Obama has learned Saul Alinsky’s lessons well and is implementing them with all the precision incumbent his expertise as a community organizer. As time progresses though, I get the sense that Alinsky and in turn Obama, underestimated the American people’s tolerance for falsehoods. Obama’s legacy would be better served if he had paid less attention to one act of fiction and more attention to another fable.
The White house eagerly reported that Vladimir Putin called the White house to discuss the situation in Ukraine. The propaganda machine went to work ahead of the Sunday news shows, spinning a tale that the phone indicated that Putin was in over his head and was looking to Resident Obama for the proverbial off-ramp. One problem, scant few, with the exception of NBC, believed this fiction.
America has good reason to be skeptical. Just this week Resident Obama lied about his meeting with the Pope, indicating that Pontiff’s main concern was the same As Obama’s, income inequality. It turns out the opposite was true as the Vatican confirmed that Catholics are very nervous over the loss of religious liberties in America in the era of Obama’s extremist liberal rule.
The Boy Who Cried Wolf is a cautionary tale told to the world’s youth for centuries. It rightly warns of the consequences of telling one too many lies. Sooner or later nobody believes a word you say. So when Resident Obama claims that he’s getting the better of Vladimir Putin, Americans, like many Russian officials, laugh and reach out to figuratively pat his little head. Apparently the Obama household was consumed with the study of Clowrad, Piven, Marx and Lennon when he was growing up. Our petulant president and indeed our nation, could have greatly benefitted if Obama had bothered to study Aesop’s yarns.
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