Do Americans really want a dictatorship of hard-leftwing extremists obeying the orders of a Nazi collaborator and close comrade of the frighteningly powerful global socialist axis?
Well, that's what they have now.
Barely 100 days in office, the U.S. president and his Democratic Party have firm control over the White House and Congress and the ability to push through ambitious plans.
Now, with the coming retirement of a Supreme Court justice clearing the way for him to appoint a successor, Obama already is assured a legacy at the top of all three branches of government -- executive, legislative and judicial.
On the corporate front, the federal government's pumping of billions of dollars in bailout money into banks and auto companies has given Obama the power to force an overhaul in those industries, a remarkable intervention in capitalist industries by the state.
Time to worry.
Because they control everything now.
History repeats itself.
The Extreme Left absurdly said they had a "dictatorship" under Bush. Oh, come on! Bush didn't enjoy the Presidency PLUS a stranglehold on Congress and one-seat-away-from- supermajority hold on the Senate (pending recount and possible "victory" by the Ultra-Left-Wing-Extremist-Psycho Al Franken). Nor did Bush face the possibility of appointing whomever he wanted, opposition-proof, to the Supreme Court so as to absolutely complete his own puppetmasters' hold on the reins of power. Hell, even if he had had all that, he still didn't control the Big Media, which was then and still is controlled by the Extreme Left, who ensured Obama's victory and will ensure that enough of the People will be brainwashed as the German People were brainwashed into submission and acquiescence by the Nazi propaganda machine.
Yes, you better worry. If you can't see why, then you're massively ignorant of reality.
Via Drudge Report
Update: Obama "Dangerous" For Canada, Bring Back Bush
via Bourque Newswatch
We’ve been blacklisted as copyright pirates, blasted as a northern terrorist haven, been forced to squander billions on a matching Chrysler car company bailout and endure rising protectionism through sneaky "Buy American" policies and environmental safeguards.
Add that to the moronic musings of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, who says Canada is soft on undesireables and thus rates a border with a Mexico-level of intense security, and you’d have cause to get nervous that Canuck-bashing is becoming an American sport.
Thrown in Recovery Act buying restrictions that have Canadian business interests bracing for export challenges, new softwood lumber duties and costly food labeling disputes and, well, it’s only a matter of time before the same Parliament Hill that attracted thousands of rapturous Obamaniacs in February will be filled with protesters carrying signs pleading the unthinkable: Bring Back Dubya.