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Is Obama Committing Political Suicide?


While President Obama has been especially adroit at destroying the values and Religious underpinnings of Americans, and tearing down individual freedom’s funding apparatus, Capitalism, I never thought I would see him turn his purposely harmful tactics unto his own election campaign.

Are we watching a political suicide in the making?

Can anyone believe the smartest President of modern times, the Harvard professor, is really trying to get re-elected?

After Friday’s speech where he said the “private sector is fine,” and then had to address and walk back that statement? – I have to wonder about his real intentions.

I want to address the unnoticed head shot Obama inflicted upon himself, with no prodding or goading from anyone!

Correct me if I’m wrong (and I’m sure you will!), but didn’t our esteemed President just wait until 48 hours after the failed Wisconsin recall election to take a side, and didn’t he picked the losing side? The side that lost by 7 points, IN WISCONSIN!

The Wisconsin race will surely lead to a smaller government. The people in liberal Wisconsin, a government union bastion, voted to free working Americans from government unions and overspending. Other states are already emulating Wisconsin, salivating at the thought of cutting the throat of the government monster racing to enslave us as a European-style socialist (collapsed) state.

Yet Barack Obama claims what he needs to do is expand government, to get more state and city workers, (leading to more union workers). The “private sector is fine.”

Walker’s policies in Wisconsin have been devastating to the government unions, as the government no longer forcibly takes their dues, and now the workers have to pay them themselves…or not. The workers are fleeing the unions in droves.

The nation has seen both sides in the Wisconsin fight, over and over, for the past year. We know what each side represented, and we have to think the President might have noticed also.

Maybe he’ll be happy retiring after one term, playing golf and breaking the next President’s “shoes” occasionally, a la Bill Clinton.

Why in the world would he go, and why wouldn’t any of his advisers stop him from going,  “all-in” on a team that just got trounced badly on their home court?

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