Monday, August 29, 2011

28-AUG-11 Edition: Barack Obama: Administrator ~ By Henry Lamb

Barack Obama has demonstrated his impatience with the legislative process. He has demonstrated his contempt for the U.S. Constitution. He has displayed his willingness to ignore enforcement of immigration and marijuana laws with which he disagrees, while using the rule-making process to create and enforce his policies without congressional involvement.

Col. Edward House's vision of the future, in
"Philip Dru: Administrator"
(A Story of Tomorrow)
When Obama talks, the most common words heard in every speech, regardless of the subject are: "I" and "my." His behavior in office makes him appear to be unaware and unconcerned about anything and everything other than his prestige, his comfort, his fortune and his future. He looks very much like the Administrator Philip Dru envisioned when "… there were no legislative bodies sitting, and the function of law making was confined to one individual, the Administrator himself."
I am hoping that you will be so bored with hearing about Hurricane Irene in the last several days that you will surf the web and stumble across this post.

I am hoping that you will understand the meaning of the cartoon I included above, and how it correlates precisely with this column.

I am hoping that you realize that it is bad enough that our government has become God to a large portion of our population, but now, so has our President.

I am hoping that you decide that we've had enough of the way that our current President disregards the Constitution of the United States, and that you know it isn't just about a way to "get things done."

I am hoping that you will never allow any President to morph "leadership" into "dictatorship."

I am hoping that when you read Henry Lamb's column today, you will pay attention to the solid evidence of the similarities that Henry provides to show Obama's true intention to become "our administrator."

I am hoping that when you watch the following video, you will share my grave concern that our freedom is in dire jeopardy. Ponder on this!

Video provided by DPS72 on on Sep 21, 2009

Well, actually, I'm hoping that you are fully aware that it's a lot more than just "hoping." I'm just prayin'...

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Barack Obama: Administrator

By Henry Lamb

August 26, 2011 ~ 2:37 pm Eastern

© 2011

Edward Mandell House wrote a terrible novel titled "Philip Dru: Administrator." The book is a vision of how House believed government should operate. As Woodrow Wilson's "alter-ego," he did everything he could to bring about his vision during Wilson's presidency, including the design and creation of the League of Nations. House could not have known that some 70 years after his death, Barack Hussein Obama would be in the White House displaying many of the same beliefs and implementing many of the same ideas attributed to Philip Dru.

Philip Dru believed that "Our Constitution and our laws served us well for the first hundred years of our existence, but under the conditions of today they are not only obsolete, but even grotesque" (p. 222).

Obama believes that the Constitution is an "imperfect" document that is "flawed."

Philip Dru believed that "Government … was to have representation upon the boards of [every] corporation. ... Labor was to have one representative upon the boards of [every] corporation and to share a certain percentage of the earnings above their wages" (p. 183).

The Washington Post reported in April 2009: "The Obama administration will play a key role in reshaping General Motors' board of directors over the next six months, potentially giving it even greater control in the management of the storied American manufacturer." Slate reported in June, 2009 that: "The United Auto Workers control about 65 percent of Chrysler and 17.5 percent of General Motors."

Philip Dru believed that: "The strong will help the weak, the rich will share with the poor, and it will not be called charity, but it will be known as justice" (p. 42).

Barack Obama believes that neither the Constitution nor the Supreme Court go far enough to say what the government must do on behalf of its citizens to redistribute the wealth of those who have it, in order to achieve social justice.


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