Understanding Obama Strategy

  1. Photo Ops with/of dead children in the US or abroad
  2. Immediately propose a divisive and destructive “solution
  3. Show pictures of dead children again
  4. Announce that anyone who disagrees with Obama’s divisive and destructive solution – is evil
  5. Repeat steps three and four as many times as possible.

**Most important rule. Never, ever accept any input from people with differing points of view about actual constructive solutions.

Because with Obama, it is all about imposing his will, rather than solving problems.
#RaisedWithoutAFather

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6 Responses to Understanding Obama Strategy

  1. EW3 says:

    “Never, ever accept any input from people with differing points of view”

    We’ve been relegated to the back of the bus.

  2. Pathway says:

    6. Blame Bush
    7.Blame Republicans

  3. Andy Oz says:

    Tyrantology 101
    Fellow Alumni – LBJ, Tojo, Hitler, Pol Pot, Ciscescue.

  4. Ivan says:

    #RaisedWithoutAFather
    Fathers disappear from households across America
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/dec/25/fathers-disappear-from-households-across-america/?page=all
    Fifteen million U.S. children, or 1 in 3, live without a father, and nearly 5 million live without a mother. In 1960, just 11 percent of American children lived in homes without fathers.
    In case anyone was wondering why the country is going to hell in a hand-basket….

  5. bkivey says:

    “Most important rule. Never, ever accept any input from people with differing points of view about actual constructive solutions.”

    Like, you know, health care. There were a number of low-cost, easily implementable solutions posed for the worst of the healthcare problems in this country (selling insurance across state lines, portability, tort limits), but all were ignored in favor of big-government, big-expenditure solutions. Not unexpected, though. Empowering the individual weakens the bureaucracy.

    • Ivan says:

      Here is a math problem for you: Assume that the legislation establishing government control of medical care is passed and that it “brings down the cost of medical care.” You pay $500 a year less for your medical care, but the new costs put on employers is passed on to consumers, so that you pay $300 a year more for groceries and $200 a year more for gasoline, while the new mandates put on insurance companies raise your premiums by $300 a year, how much money have you saved?”
      Thomas Sowell

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