Except for the date, 1984, George Orwell had it right.
Replete with doublespeak, innuendos, and outright falsehoods, the Inauguration speech given by Barack Hussein Obama to launch his second term was a verbal déjà vu of the 2009 $787 billion stimulus package…a wish list for “progressives.”
The full blown Orwellian hypocrisy was on clear display before Obama even opened his mouth.
Beginning with an invocation where the United States was describes as “One nation…indivisible…with liberty and justice for all.” What happened to “under God” in that invocation? When does one give an invocation at a presidential inauguration where the words of the American Pledge of Allegiance are intentionally edited to omit the word “under God”, and why?
That this glaring omission would be immediately followed by a magnificent rendition of The Battle Hymn of the Republic was truly ironic.
Then the Oval Office occupant, who happens to be the most politicized, divisive, partisan human in Washington DC, who has openly launched multi-pronged assaults upon the U.S. Constitution, publically committed perjury by taking the oath of office.
Then, the utter hypocrisy in his inaugural address was spoken before a gathering roughly one third the size of the 2009 inaugural crowd.
Obama preached that: “Together, we discovered that a free market only thrives when there are rules to ensure competition and fair play.”
Who decides what fair play is? Who decides what rules will ensure competition?
The American free market Capitalist system and free people making decisions that are in their best interests ensure competition and define fair play, not government interference.
He continued: “For we, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do very well and a growing many barely make it. We believe that America’s prosperity must rest upon the broad shoulders of a rising middle class. We know that America thrives when every person can find independence and pride in their work; when the wages of honest labor liberate families from the brink of hardship.”
A people, freed from the shackles of needless government involvement, built America into the most inventive, prosperous, generous and powerful nation in world history. No matter how long or how often the Marxist mantra of equality is repeated, those recitations do not change that a people free to pursue their happiness within a free market Capitalist system have a better chance of achieving prosperity than do unionized government sector clerks working for a federal ministry.
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