FOX News: ” Will Obama push us over the edge?”

Of course he will – gladly. FOX News is the closest to getting it. In this article they ask the question and line up the evidence that clearly shows his intentions; his penchant for saying one thing and doing the opposite, his refusal to allow budget cuts even though Americans accept the necessity of them, and his demand to grow government at the expense of the private sector.

What can we expect of a second Obama term? Obama will continue to try to pick winners and losers. He will continue to pursue the agenda of organized labor at the expense of the unemployed, especially young people. He will continue to try to achieve through the regulatory power of the executive branch what he cannot get through Congress. He will continue to try to grow the government at the expense of the free market and of individual freedoms, especially the free exercise of religion and the right to bear arms.

Our country, in short, is in trouble. Can we pull ourselves back from the brink? Call me a cock-eyed optimist, but I believe that in America facts can change minds. And the facts are overwhelmingly lined up against Barack Obama.”

But they are still asking questions about his intent. We Americans need to be facing the reality that our economy is being systematically destroyed by President Obama and his minions. It is time to take a stand and speak the truth.

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2 Responses to FOX News: ” Will Obama push us over the edge?”

  1. James says:

    Finally! Fox gets it.
    Some people need to be hit in the side of the head with a board.

    The only way to stop “progress” is for the 47% who put this revolutionary Marxist in office to change their conventional wisdom that he is bad for them.

  2. EastBayLarry says:

    Facts can change minds….but the LIVs don’t hear the facts, they just look for the free stuff.

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