A lot of things have been revealed recently about the so-called GOP plan “to burn down your house” by President Barack Obama. His message extends to the knee-bent masses of welfare entitlement and venomous tranquility associated with the ‘freeloader class’ known as the poverty-stricken ring of our society. His constant and determined efforts to forward his flawed healthcare system, commonly known as “Obamacare,” are further thrusting our once-great nation into the throes of mediocrity that empower relatively flourishing countries such as Germany and China to rise above the highest world standards set in a time that now seems eons ago.

Obama is hijacking the reins of our country’s governance and sending the wagon toward a den of wolves. At his side, like a cat to its misguided and misinformed James Bond villain, Harry Reid spouts off propaganda to the public that is probably good enough to be worth studying by government officials in Putin’s circle over in Russia. He is just so talented at repeating the same old message again and again in different statements and answers to questions.

He is obviously a purveyor of the classic political pseudo-mind game of repeating something enough times until it becomes accepted as the truth by the general public – a strategy that is sadly working with a public who is too unwilling to learn the true facts behind our government shutdown.

These true facts have been presented publicly in forms such as Jon Stewart’s interview with Katherine Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, essentially the chief spokesperson for the act. In the interview, he stated his mutual understanding of the basic and honest gripe held by Republicans: the Obama administration refuses to allow regular citizens to opt out of the policy without penalty for one more year just like big business can do, and that is reason alone to see why trying to enact this bill in its current form is a suicide move. Big business has an army of lobbylists ready to defend their interests at the drop of a hat, a luxury that cannot be afforded by the average citizen.

It becomes clear at this point that a partial strategic motivation for moving this bill forward is to implement it before anyone can seriously voice their concerns over its provisions (e.g. then-Speaker Pelosi’s reasoning that the bill needed to be passed in order to find out what was in it). This typical liberal ploy is seen far too often in the Senate and House of Representatives and can simply no longer be tolerated by the American people. They are suffering enough at the hands of the debilitating crisis that is taking place in our great nation.

It is sad to see the Republican Party at record low approval ratings, but it does provide some comfort that Obama is also being critically scrutinized as well.

President Obama is furiously suffering the American people through a mad crusade of his mad political ideologies.

I hold out hope that the people will come around and allow their voices to be heard over their vehement opposition to a flawed, heavily government-regulated, healthcare system.

As Rand once famously said (no not that Rand):

We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force. – Ayn Rand

 

John Plucenik | Penn State University | @JPlucenik