It’s that time of year, a closet Marxist has appeased unions on Labor Day, pads are cracking in stadiums nationwide, and bus-stops are bustling with rosy-cheeked children who rarely ever get to hear a Marxist talk. Lucky for them, Uncle Sam enjoys talking, especially to audiences filled with young minds.
Yes, president Obama (Marxist father, Marxist mother, Marxist mentor, etc.) loves kids! So much that, in his capacity as community-organizer-turned-president, he’s creating dependency on government, scrapping free enterprise, and consigning their future to onerous IOUs.
None of which will be mentioned when on September 14th, he will again play mentor to urge children to “hit the books” as he once hit them. True, no one knows how hard that was, or whether he made contact, but let’s not split hairs. Words, Not Deeds is the president’s motto.
What’s sad is that some Americans reject this. Why? Why do bigots, racists and gun-clinging agitators oppose Barry’s compassionate agenda? It’s gotten to the point that “solutions” are being offered. Prior to the speech, some are even gathering their children, consulting the dictionary, and looking up:
Narcissism: 1. self-love; egocentrism. 2. gratification derived from admiration of one’s own physical or mental attributes, being a normal condition at the infantile level of personality development.
Whatever happened to ear-plugs? Symbolism seems, to me, more effective. Ear-plugs are mushy, spineless, and cheap, attributes frequently ascribed to fallen “gods.”
Greg Halvorson is an island of conservative clarity in the liberal armpit of Portlandia, Oregon. The host of Live with Greg Halvorson, he regularly drives liberals berserk at The Conservative Hammer Facebook page. His Twitter handle is @GHalv.
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