Thursday, December 3, 2009

Dean: Obama's Perpetual Campaign is By Design

My Fellow Americans,

Put one in the win column for us conservatives (well, sort of).  It really depends on how you interpret it whether you agree with my statement there.  Let's just say we were right about something: Barack Obama's presidency is basically an ongoing campaign.

But, it actually goes further than that.

The player: Howard Dean, former DNC chair.

The highlights:
  • Andrew Breitbart unearthed this video footage of former DNC chair Howard Dean speaking in Paris back in April.
  • Dean confirms many conservative pundits' hunches that Barack Obama's presidency is essentially a perpetual campaign by stating it outright.
  • It is a campaign not just to win elections for the Democratic Party, but to influence policy indefinitely into the future.
  • Dean goes on to bash capitalism and say we need a blend of capitalism and socialism in America.
I really didn't want to be right about this.  Yet, it's even crazier than I realized.  It's not that Obama doesn't know what he's doing.  It's not that he's overwhelmed by being President and uses the campaign method to rally support for his causes.

It's so much more than that.

This is by design, folks.  And that's what scares me the most (and it should scare you too).

It is scary because when you realize this isn't just about winning elections, but to also influence policy, you begin to realize the depths to which this could change our way of life.  Let's be honest with ourselves: it has already started.

They want to change the system.  Obamacare.  Cap & Tax.  Stimulus.  TARP (Bush's, I know).  They want to keep power within the Democratic Party.  And how do you do that?  By making sure the people feel they need you.  They don't even have to REALLY need you.  They just need to feel like they do.

Remember the woman in Detroit who was so excited about getting money from Obama?  "It's Obama's money!" she exclaimed.  That's one way of doing it.

A better way to ensure the long-lasting "neediness" of society is: The Cloward/Piven Strategy.  You may have heard Glenn Beck talk about the C/P Strategy before.  If you don't know what it is, read up here.

Quick info from American Thinker: The Cloward/Piven Strategy is named after Columbia University sociologists Richard Andrew Cloward and Frances Fox Piven. Their goal is to overthrow capitalism by overwhelming the government bureaucracy with entitlement demands. The created crisis provides the impetus to bring about radical political change.

The object is to: OVERTHROW CAPITALISM.  Not create a capitalism/socialism mix like Dean explained.

While it may seem that I went off on a tangent here, let me tie it all together.  This is by design.  The Obama administration and the Democrats need you to need them.  That's how they get their goals accomplished.  That's why Obama is constantly campaigning.  It all ties in with the "Change We Can Believe In" motto.  He wants to "completely transform the United States of America."

And he's doing it.  Bit by bit he's doing it.

I just can't believe in it.

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