Barack Obama’s Two Americas


Entitlement will replace effort as the key to upward mobility in American society if Barack Obama gets his way. He seeks a lowest common denominator society in which the government besieges the successful and productive to foster equality through mediocrity.
He and his party speak of two Americas, and their grip on power is based on using the votes of one to sap the productivity of the other. America is not divided by the differences in our outcomes, it is divided by the differences in our efforts. It is a false philosophy to say one man’s success comes about unavoidably as the result of another man’s victimization.
What Obama offered was not a solution, but a separatism. He fomented division and strife, pitted one set of Americans against another for his own political benefit. That’s what socialists offer. Marxist class warfare wrapped up with a bow.
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About Jim G.

I truely believe that what should matter most in life is how you see yourself, not how someone else tries to convince you to see yourself. *****Life is not about "finding yourself"*****its about creating yourself.!!!!! I write and post things here because I like to think I am contributing some things of value to my world. Some times a little humor, some times things with a more serious tone, but hopefully always in good taste. If what I post occasionally bites a politician in the ass, all the better :>)
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4 Responses to Barack Obama’s Two Americas

  1. imyaitl says:

    My reading of this -” America is not divided by the differences in our outcomes, it is divided by the differences in our efforts. It is a false philosophy to say one man’s success comes about unavoidably as the result of another man’s victimization.” – I disliked your use of the word ‘UNAVOIDABLY ‘ in that it enabled you to minimise any ‘successful person’s’ victimisation of another in terms of its contribution to their ‘success’ . Used unnecessarily since few would make so bold as to suggest that any individual’s ‘success’ was based wholly on their having disadvantaged or victimised others. Surely however – one mans loss is often another mans gain – I don’t subscribe to the ‘philosophy’ that hard work solely begets ‘success’ , simply that it is a key ingredient. Possibly a victim has worked just as hard but been inequitably treated (victimised) providing for at least the partial ‘success’ of another and thus deserves a degree of humanitarian consideration.

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    • Jim G. says:

      What a load of esoteric bovine fecal matter. Don’t even try to waste any more of my time. I’ve had more intelligent conversations with a rock.

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  2. imyaitl says:

    Good to see that your TRAVEL THRU LIFE allows you to be happy with victimisation.

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