Back in the ‘Nam of the bad old days, you could obtain grass powerful enough to paralyze a zombie (or a Democrat, same thing) by the sandbag full or already rolled & packaged in cartons of what innocently appeared to be American cigarettes. For 500 or so piastres (about 5 bucks, U.S.), you could stock up on enough of the “dinky-dow” weed to send the better part of a company of G.I.’s off on a jaunt to the land of the Purple Haze. Maybe this was all well and good during those quiet times when Mr. Charles had no designs on you; but an expanded consciousness is really no place to be when the incoming starts.
Whether or not Barack Obama is still a subscriber to High Times magazine, I submit that a Marxist pot-head is someone whose cannabis-stained finger you do not want on the country’s nuclear trigger:
[…] Obama would be historic as the first president ever to have his autobiography ghostwritten by someone who, according to an FBI informant, openly discussed the necessity of killing the ten percent of the U.S. population who could not be re-educated after the revolution.
…Historians of the future will be hard-pressed to explain how the most successful nation on Earth, with the most destructive weapons at its command, and with a political system that invests everything in the prudence and self-restraint of its leaders, could have elected as its president a man who is impervious to shame in talking about his long-term drug use, and who appears on comedy shows to make jokes about having been a better pot-smoker than another president.
While they’re at it, those scholars might take a crack at explaining how such a nation could have elected a president who has been described by a Ph.D. who knew him in his historic university days as a committed Marxist-Leninist; a president who explained his historic choice to work as a community organizer in Chicago as a search for “what the possibilities were for progressive politics in the black community”; a president whose academic records have remained historically sealed; a president who, as a state senator, publicly criticized the U.S. Constitution as ignoring “issues of redistribution of wealth, and … economic justice,” bemoaned the Warren Court’s lack of radicalism, and criticized the civil rights movement for neglecting “the activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalitions of power through which to bring about redistributive change”; and a president who has historically strolled blithely through all of these revelations without serious media questioning in the country that entrenched freedom of the press in the first entry of its Bill of Rights…
The prospect of Obama’s re-election is giving lots of people nightmares …
“My own prognosis, based upon that already told to me, and that which my own lifetime of experience would indicate, suggests if Barack Obama is to win re-election in 2012, certain economic doom for every man, woman, and child in America will soon follow…China has in place a plan for this event, and has taken measures to help ensure its reality…They are more than willing to undertake their own short term pain and even widespread chaos if necessary, so long as they emerge the dominant economic power of the world in the aftermath…The only question then remaining is if this is being done without President Obama’s knowledge and understanding, or if he is in fact a willing agent of this global economic transformation that will leave the United States subservient to other nations and or some form of global governance. My more recently formed understanding leads me to the inevitable fact of the latter…” — Wall Street Insider via the Ulsterman Report
… and with good reason:
Funny how liberals try to tar conservatives, Tea Partiers and others who believe in the tenets of America’s founding as some sort of nascent fascists.
Because if you go down the official totalitarian checklist, it’s the progressive movement that is ticking off the requisite agenda items, one by one.
So-called progressives like Obama and his gang of radicals are dangerous people. They believe in using the police power of the State to enforce conformity to their ideology. Ultimately what they believe in is fear. And there’s nothing progressive about that.