Stunning Revelations from Obama, the Lightworker
Five astounding things The One has taught us so far.
August 28, 2010 - 12:00 am
Revelation #2: The Lightworker has revealed for all the world to see — again — that appeasement still does not work. And that awarding peace prizes preemptively, based on someone’s decision to, again, try appeasement, reveals just what fools the Nobel elitists are.
We know now that appeasement does not bring enemy nations to lay down their arms and come amiably to the negotiating table. We see clearly that, once given an inch of unilateral disarmament, imperialism just salivates over the mile. We understand that when America plays weak on the world stage, instead of quelling their desire for war and the proliferation of nuclear weapons, enemies simply become emboldened.
Thanks to the Lightworker, “cowboy diplomacy” has been redeemed with frightening clarity.
Which brings us to the most stunning revelation of all regarding Obama and his Democrat rule.
Revelation #1: Liberal Democrats don’t stop to ask the following questions before pressing forward:
1. Is it constitutional?
2. Will it work?
Yes, they really are this aloof. Democrats care nothing for the rights of individual citizens, and simply do not grasp how such rights can be respected only by a limited government.
They couldn’t care less whether a program will actually work, or if it’s simply an experiment. Heck, they don’t even read the bills they pass.
Clearly, the only question liberal Democrats ask is: “can we get away with it?” And for the past 18 months under the Lightworker’s care, the only answer — in complete disregard of public opinion — is a hearty, in-your-face: “yes, we can.”
So on behalf of all humble citizen taxpayers, allow me to extend gracious thanks to Barack Obama for shedding such brilliant light on the darkness of Democrat machinations. He has indeed done this country a mighty favor. One really can’t put a price tag on enlightenment of this magnitude. He is a Lightworker, all right, the kind that hopefully comes along only once every other century or so.