Barack Obama and his of left-wing in-patients remind me more and more of the schizophrenic who appeared in my office one day with his head wrapped in a chain — an appropriate metaphor, by the way, for today’s Progressives — though unlike the Progs, Elmer proved to be a relatively harmless gent. He sat down to complete an application form, but soon discovered that three pages was not enough to contain the totality of his current thought, so when he came to the end of the booklet, he just continued on until he’d filled the entire table top with his indecipherable scribbles. He was a fairly intelligent guy, you see, but like Obama and his minions, was unable to distinguish where the fantasy world he inhabited inside his skull ended and the real one began. Elmer was definitely unstable but he was determinedly guileless, which is where he differed from the apparently stable but always treacherous Obama administration, a regime whose latest nefarious scheme is nothing more than a thinly disguised attempt to further institutionalize socialism in America by presenting it as a healthcare issue (Emphases mine):
The Obama Administration has identified the latest front in its tireless war against America’s systemic injustice: asthma. A new report, succinctly titled the “Coordinated Federal Action Plan to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Asthma Disparities,” issued jointly on May 31st by the EPA, HHS, and HUD, argues, in effect, that freedom has led to an unfair distribution of healthy lungs, and therefore steps must be taken to achieve respiratory justice…
The federal government under Barack Obama et al aims to control the air you breathe, the water you drink, the food you eat, the amount of income you may keep, and the type of medical care you will receive. Yet these socialist tyrants have the nerve to continue to call themselves “Democrats.” At least in public.
When most people talk about President Obama’s influence on America, they mention reforming health care, repealing “don’t ask, don’t tell” or ending the war in Iraq.
But a nearly unknown executive order could have a greater impact on the future of America than all of those things combined, potentially giving the federal government power to control every project in the country.
The obscure memorandum of understanding, based on a long-forgotten executive order signed by President Clinton in 1994, marries the issues of environmentalism and social justice. The federal government can use the laws from one to control the other.