Thursday, April 15, 2010

Obama - Super Power Whether We Like It Or Not

Socialist President Obama again revealed his feelings about the United States when he gave his concluding speech at his Nuclear Conference. The President said for "Better or Worse" the United States is a super power that gets dragged into every conflict. For "Better or Worse"? The United States has been the greatest power for good in the history of mankind. We have spent blood and treasure to bring freedom to hundreds of millions of people throughout the world. The only way to see our super power status is for "Better"; but this President who bows to foreign leaders and apoligizes for the United States overseas, clearly does not believe in American "exceptionalism".

Obama obviously does not see the United States as the beacon of liberty that we are; but instead as a negative force in world history. And, while our country is not perfect, if Obama was correct in his opinions, why on earth would people from around the world seek both legal and illegal entry into the United States. If we opened our doors to all, millions of people from around the world would come to the United States because the United States provides liberty and opportunities like no other nation in the world. My Italian grandfather came to America as a poor immigrant in 1909. He never really learned to speak English though he understood English; but he always spoke of America as Bel America (Beautiful America) because he knew that with his fourth grade education he was afforded opportunities and success in business, through very hard work, that he never would have had in Italy.

My grandfather would never have said as did Michelle Obama upon the election of her husband that she is "finally proud of America". My Grandfather was proud of America from the day he came to our country to the day he died. My Grandfather like so many Americans lived the American dream. The notion that Obama would say that America is a Super Power for "Better or Worse" is an outrageous anti-American comment.

We need to take back our country in 2010 and 2012 by electing Conservatives who support free market capitalism, limited government, a balanced budget, lower taxes and less regulations, term limits, real energy independence and health care reform, the right to bear arms, the sanctity of life and family values. Most important, we must elect Conservatives who support the Constitution as written by our Founding Fathers, not as contrived by our current Socialist anti-American President, former Presidents, Congresses or the Courts. We must sweep these Socialists out of office in 2010 and 2012 to take back our country. We can do it. We must do it in support of American exceptionalism.

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