According to Webster: “ex·cess,” The state of exceeding what is normal or sufficient.
On July 13, 2012 in Roanoke, Virginia while campaigning and scheming for a second term in the Oval Office, Barack Obama (did) with “confidence and aplomb” provided by his speech writers (pull his head out of his ass) and uttered the now infamous following words;
“You didn’t build that” is a phrase from an election campaign speech delivered by President Barack Obama on July 13, 2012, in Roanoke, Virginia. The phrase, and/or, (statement) was publicized by his political opponents and has been described as a meme. The president’s remark was made in the context of his belief that wealthy citizens should pay higher taxes.
As I have appointed myself as the executor of telling it like it is, – Barack Obama has no issue with the rich getting richer. Barack Obama is (in fact), a multimillionaire and although it is true that he is on public record as advocating that the rich should pay more taxes – the rich are not alone in Obama’s quest to collect more taxes – Obama wants more taxes from everyone – especially the middle class – because the middle class and drives the wagon.
Barack Obama is credited as being a published author – he is not.
During his campaign for president in 2008, Barack Obama credit himself with being a professor at the University of Chicago – he was not.
Barack Obama credits himself with being a Christian (in the public eye), Christians (do not) throw one another under buses for personal gain – Barack Obama is not a Christian.
Barack Obama contends that he is an American – I stood beside Americans who “fought and died” for American in Vietnam – Barack Obama bows before men who believe Americans are infidels – Barack Obama is not an American.
There are a lot of wealthy, successful Americans who agree with me – because they want to give something back. They know they didn’t – look, if you’ve been successful, you didn’t get there on your own…
If Barack Obama actually subscribed to this bull shit – the “first thing” he would’ve done after taking the oath of office, would have been to shut down the U.S. patent office and immediately start returning the fees paid by individuals to register their products, and/or, their inventions.
If there are no individuals in America, then it would stand to reason that it would be foolish to provide protection of an individual in America – if we are indeed a collective – why is there a fence around the White House – and why can’t I use Air Force One this weekend to vacation in Hawaii?
If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. There was a great teacher somewhere in your life. Somebody helped to create this (unbelievable) American system that we have that allowed you to thrive.
Barack Obama during his 2008 campaign did indeed claim to be constitutional law professor at Chicago University.
Question: How can a man claimed to be a constitutional law professor, (in any venue), and “not understand” that the U.S. Constitution is not (unbelievable)?
(In my humble opinion), if an individual doesn’t understand the English language and doesn’t have (at least a basic) knowledge of the U.S. Constitution, – that individual should not occupy the office of president of the United States.
Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business – you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.
Question: As an individual who has paid taxes of one kind or another – my entire life, – why am I not a registered owner on every deed and business license in America? – Where is my cut of the profits?
In August 2011, while contemplating a run for the U.S. Senate, former White House financial reform adviser Elizabeth Warren gave a fiery defense of (progressive economic theory) at an event in Andover, Massachusetts.
According to Webster:“the·o·ry,” Systematically organized knowledge (applicable) in “a wide variety” of circumstances. …
According to Webster: “ap·pli·ca·ble,” (in context) That can be applied.
According to Webster: “as·sump·tion,” The act of taking for granted.
..accepted principles, and rules of procedure devised to analyze, predict, or otherwise explain the nature or behavior of a specified set of phenomena.
According to Webster:“phe·nom·e·na,” (in context) That which appears real to the mind, regardless of whether its underlying existence is proved or its nature understood.
On September 21, a video of Warren making the case for progressive economics received attention on the Internet and became a (viral video).
In the video, Warren aggressively rebuts the argument that asking the rich to pay more taxes is “class warfare”, by pointing out that no one grew rich in America without depending on government services paid for by the rest of society.
“I hear all this, you know, ‘Well, this is class warfare, this is whatever.’ No. There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own – nobody.
You built a factory out there? Good for you. But I want to be clear. You moved your goods to market on the roads the rest of us paid for.
You hired workers the rest of us paid to educate. You were safe in your factory because of police-forces and fire-forces that the rest of us paid for.
You didn’t have to worry that (marauding bands) would come and seize everything at your factory, …
According to Webster:“ma·raud·ing,”To raid or pillage for plunder.
According to Webster: “band,” (in context)1. A group of people. 2. A group of animals. 3. Music. A group of players who perform as an ensemble.
Question: Who is Elizabeth Warren?
(Elizabeth Warren – (D) Mass.).
In January 2012, Elizabeth Warren was named a “Top-20 U.S. Progressive” according to…
..a magazine based in the United Kingdom. Other members on the list include Paul Krugman, Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky, and Rachel Maddow.
Question: How many of you good folks reading this morning have forgotten that America created a document called the Declaration of Independence – immediately after which, we “America,” severed our ties with Great Britain?
Elizabeth Warren opposes continuing the war in Afghanistan and supports withdrawing U.S. troops home before the 2014 deadline.
(For myself), I oppose war anywhere and everywhere, albeit I do not advocate that America dismissed its defense.
Elizabeth Warren is pro-choice and opposes any Supreme Court nominees who oppose abortion.
(For myself), I oppose killing America’s children to increase the profits of the money lenders, – why would I condone killing America’s children in the womb?
Elizabeth Warren supports defense spending cuts. She has suggested reducing the size of the standing army to reduce the deficit.
(For myself), I oppose cutting defense spending, – a wiser solution would be to keep our jobs in America, – and reduce America’s deficit by broadening the tax base.
Elizabeth Warren supports the passage of the dream act and comprehensive immigration reform.
(For myself), I would suggest offering Mexico statehood, at which point the citizens of Mexico would become citizens of America – (tax paying citizens), subject to (the Constitution), which would immediately eliminate the need for a fence or a policing agency, and/or, the border patrol.
Elizabeth Warren supports the affordable care act and opposes repealing it.
(For myself), I would suggest relocating all insurance lobbyists and pharmaceutical lobbyists to Pitcairn Island for eternity and let doctors and hospitals work it out in a free market.
Elizabeth Warren has expressed support for medical marijuana. She is against legalization for recreational use.
(For myself), I would suggest that the voting citizens of this nation make a decision – legalize marijuana the same as alcohol – with the limits and restrictions – and taxes – or enforce the law across the board.
Gays and lesbians;
Elizabeth Warren supports same-sex marriage.
(For myself), I would suggest that sense procreation is the linear path to life – that mankind take his direction from the golden rule – treat others as you would have others treat you.
Elizabeth Warren claims to have created much of the intellectual foundation for the Occupy Movement.
(For myself), I believe that people should occupy themselves with being responsible for themselves and for those they choose to be responsible for – government is a service – not a requirement.
Editorial: Elizabeth Warren seems to be quite the dedicated progressive liberal – working aggressively to promote and enact the desolation of America’s inalienable rights in the pursuit of personal gain.
..and hire someone to protect against this – because of the work the rest of us did. Now look, you built a factory and it turned into something terrific, or a great idea.
Keep a big hunk of it. But part of the (underlying) “social contract” is, you take a hunk of that and pay forward for the next kid who comes along.
You gotta love folks that expound (theory), (supposition), (speculation), (conjecture), and (hypothesis).
Albeit in the real world…
..and since our “teleprompter reading” commander-in-chief or his crew hasn’t ever actually had an original thought or original idea of their own, what would be more appropriate than to plagiarize Elizabeth’s babble for his “Roanoke” stopover?
If any of the foregoing Bullshit had any validity, everyone in America would be a multi-millionaire.
Government for the last 101 years has been nothing more than a puppet on the end of the string dangled by the money lenders, and/or, the Rothschilds and the Bank of England.
Question: If “you” are (poor, destitute or homeless), is the government (in any part) responsible for your achievement?
Last question: Why doesn’t the government acknowledge and address homelessness in America?
To be continued…
Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow