The Traditionalist

September 21, 2009

Super Saturation By Soft-Sell Networks

Filed under: Uncategorized — The Traditionalist @ 11:57 am
The Ugly American

The Ugly American

I thought I could at least get through a weekend without hearing about another Obama moment. Not only did that not happen, but he appeared on 5 ‘soft’ networks to spout more rhetoric about his healthcare. Why is he afraid of Fox News? I’ll tell you why: he doesn’t want to be challenged in a setting he can’t control. He knows he wouldn’t be able to answer probing questions about how this program can succeed and not raise taxes on everyone.

Write every lawmaker you know and make them aware of your opposition to this and any of his programs you disagree with. The march on Washington on September 12 absolutely did send a message to our country’s leaders!!! It can’t end there, though; unless you get out and do whatever you can to defeat Obama’s socialist agenda, all the organized Tea Parties and protests don’t mean a thing. He’s already said the one in DC doesn’t represent mainstream America. More than 1.5 million people from all over the country don’t represent what the average American thinks? We had friends who drove from Texas to be there. They didn’t have to go; they could have stayed home and watched it all on TV. If everyone who did make the trip thought that way, Obama would have a leg to stand on. He doesn’t, so keep up your opposition.

If this vocal protesting doesn’t work, I’m afraid there will be forceful and violent demonstrations if his programs succeed.

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