Sunday, January 31, 2010

Buyer’s Remorse

You may have heard that some people are now experiencing buyer’s remorse from voting for Barack Obama. Perhaps they voted for Obama because he said he would benefit them, instead of voting for someone who would uphold and defend The Constitution, which benefits everyone. Although neither major presidential candidate in 2008 had solid constitutional bona fides, Barack Obama definitely held the short end of that stick.

It is hard to believe that Obama voters could not discern that he is a liberal, a socialist, a “progressive” – whatever you want to call it. And obviously radical to boot. All they had to do was listen to him. He used all the “progressive” memes and code words. So the problem is that the majority of voters must not know – or don’t care – that Obama’s principles are fundamentally at odds with the founding principles embodied in The Constitution.

The Constitution is the specification for the US Government. It is the contract between We the People and the US Government. Any regime that distorts or disregards The Constitution is untrustworthy and dangerous. How can Barack Obama – or any other “progressive” – even take the oath of office, and swear to God and to We the People, to uphold and defend the Constitution, if he rejects The Constitution and the principles it represents? Such a person is lying to God and everybody on inauguration day! The fact that there isn't national outrage speaks volumes about us.

As long as we remain constitutionally illiterate, as long as political parties continue to nominate, and as long as we continue to elect anti-constitutional politicans to public office, then buyer’s remorse will be a given.


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