Obama: America Is Not What It Used To Be

August 8th, 2008 | by Sqotty |

Yesterday, in answer to a question posed by a 7-year old who asked Obama why he is running for President, Obama had this to say:

“America is …, uh, is no longer, uh … what it could be, what it once was. And I say to myself, I don’t want that future for my children.”

My first thought on this is that America one was a national of low taxation, limited government and a Limited Constitutional Republic: Government of, by, and for the People. Admittedly, we have drift4ed away from these elements over the last several decades. Does this mean Obama wants to push for lower taxes and limited government? That’s what one would think listening to his response. However, based on what he has said on the campaign trail, returning to the core values of this Greatest Nation is the furthest thing from his mind. He wants to do the exact opposite, following in the footsteps of Jimmy Carter by raising taxes and expanding government. Obama wants to implement the failed policies of the Carter Administration. That’s the future of America he wants for his children. Is he NUTS? (Yes!)

Of course, Rush Limbaugh had a bit to say about this as well:

It’s a 7 year old Senator. Ya tell her because you love the country. You tell her because this is the greatest place on Earth. That we’ve got challenges, but you want to help the country through it. You don’t tell a 7 year old that her country isn’t what it once was. You do not lie to 7 year olds and tell them that your country sucks. You just don’t do it Senator.

America’s no longer what it could be? What it once was? How the Hell would you know Sir? Your experience has only been in one part of America. Elite, leftist academia.

Limbaugh forgot to include that Obama was looking at America through a drug-induced purple haze.

It is becoming more and more clear that Obama is an egomaniac, much like the Clintons. For him, being president is about power and money, not about serving the American People. And that is a real problem.

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